1. Understanding how tests are developed and the measurement and stats-related aspects to consider:
a. An overview of the different types of testing (Level A, B, C) and how/when each is used most effectively.
b. An overview of standardized testing from a statistical perspective.
c. What all the numbers really mean (e.g., percentiles, standard scores, t-scores, z-scores, age-equivalents, grade-equivalents, etc.).
2. An overview of standardized testing from a functional perspective (including practice opportunities).
a. Deciding who should be assessed.
b. How to establish rapport with client/student.
c. Understanding the importance of reliable and valid scoring.
d. ‘Testing limits’ – What this means and how to do so.
3. An overview of standardized testing from an interpretive perspective (including samples and practical examples)
a. How to effectively interpret and utilize the results from Level B assessments.
b. What we are trying to answer/solve with this assessment.
c. How to effectively and considerately communicate the results from Level B assessments to parents, teachers, and children.
Jared Froese is a Registered Psychologist based out of Red Deer, Alberta who has been providing wide-ranging supports to schools for the last 15 years. In addition to the work Jared completes within the schools he directly contracts with, he is also a member of the diagnostic team with the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Network in Central Alberta that completes multi-disciplinary assessments with both children and adults. As well, Jared has extensive experience working with individuals impacted directly or indirectly by domestic violence. Finally, Jared, whose parents are two now-retired schoolteachers, loves providing educational opportunities for those in a variety of settings, on a variety of topics, as he is a strong believer that when we understand the needs of a child, we are able to far more effectively provide the types of environmental supports and opportunities that allow for optimal growth and development. This relates to specific issues related to cognitive and/or academic development, as well as the manner in which we as parents and/or teachers have an opportunity to promote the determination and grit that all children benefit from in all areas of their life
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|Registration Deadline:||April 08, 2019|
Session will run from: 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM