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Connecting the Dots in Evaluations: Free Webinar with Dr. Michael Hart
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Michael Hart webinar --- This free on demand one-hour webinar is ideal for specialists who work with students with learning differences-- and will also be of great interest to parents. In his live session on January 21, Dr. Michael Hart shared how and why psychoeducational evaluations should be a key cornerstone to creating a plan for remediation. Now you can enjoy the webinar on your own time. Insights and key take-aways from this informative session include:
  • How language processing and cognitive processing testing are critical to effective planning.
  • It’s not just about test scores. . . it’s about describing the child as a whole person.
  • Descriptive evaluations allow us to ask clear, behaviorally-based questions about a child’s strengths and weaknesses.
  • Examples of common questions around interpreting the test scores and common patterns. ----

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Michael HartAbout our presenter: Early in his career as a psychologist, Dr. Michael Hart developed an expertise in neuroscience and learning problems, especially dyslexia. After 25 years of practice, Michael continues to provide consultations, online professional development courses for educators as well as informational webinars for parents of children with dyslexia and other learning differences. logo1 - CopyAbout this webinar series: Learning Ally is proud to partner with leading experts in the learning disabilities and assistive technology fields. On a regular basis, we sponsor free webinars for students, their parents and educators - providing a wealth of practical information on resources and accommodations for individuals who learn differently.


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