In This Issue ...
March 15, 2016
Before educators can design an effective remedial program for your child, they must understand the exact nature of your child's weaknesses.
- are used to identify learning problems
- are essential to measure progress and learning
- include a plan to address your child's problems
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you will learn what the law requires for evaluations, the benefits of a comprehensive evaluation, and how to find an appropriate independent evaluator.
We hope you will forward this issue to friends, families, or colleagues.
Assessments Will Answer These Questions....
- What is the problem?
- Why is the difficulty occurring?
Knowing "why" sets the stage for specific recommendations for effective intervention, accommodations, and educational programming for your child.
Learn What to Expect from an Evaluation.
Using Tests to Uncover Learning Problems
Assessment 101 is a series of three articles about developmental assessments by clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist Dr. Aida Khan.
Get an overview of developmental assessments, read about the most common types of assessments, find out how to choose an evaluator.