Evaluating Students in the Age of COVID-19

Wed, Oct 7, 2020  2:00pm - 4:00pm

Evaluating Students in the Age of COVID-19


Join Dr. Nate Jones, in the discussion of how to evaluate students in the age of COVID-19. This presentation focuses on potential adjustments to individual standardized assessments with students, primarily for special education services. The presentation begins with a discussion of the decision to test or not during this time, then outlines recommendations for PPE and sanitization practices and discusses the impacts on test administration. The presentation ends with a discussion of the impacts of COVID-19 on individual student functioning, and written and verbal communication strategies for educators. 

Learning Objectives:

1. Identify at least 3 key factors to consider when determining if it is appropriate to complete in-person assessments of an individual student during this pandemic.

2. Identity at least 3 areas of potential adjustments to standardized administration

3. Explain the impacts of adjustments to standardized administration on the validity and reliability of assessment results 

4. Describe at least 5 strategies for communicating these adjustments and their impact to school teams, families, and students

Facilitator: Dr. Nate Jones,  NCSP, BCBA, School Psychology Consultant, SERESC

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Cancellation Clause: Attendees can cancel their registration and receive a refund up to 5 business days before the scheduled training/conference. There will be a $50 administration fee. Attendees canceling within 24 hours, on or after the scheduled training/conference, will not receive a refund.

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Conference will be hosted virtually. Attendees will receive these materials after registration is completed. 

If registering online please email or mail filled out registration form to Denise Lavoie.
A Team of 5 People: $300.00
Per Person: $150.00
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