Understanding Assessments for Students with Hearing Loss

Would you like to better understand the vocabulary used to explain assessments and how to interpret those assessments? Join this training and learn how to write appropriate present level of academic achievement and functional performance statements as well as how to write appropriate IEP goals and objectives. Two modules cover information on norm referenced and criterion referenced assessments. Four modules review eight assessments that can be used with deaf and hard of hearing students with case studies for each assessment.

 

(Approximately 105 Minutes)

 

Target audience:  Administrators and professionals who work with children with hearing loss.

Participants will be able to:

1) Understand and interpret the vocabulary used to explain assessments

2) Write appropriate present level of academic achievement and functional performance statements

3) Write appropriate IEP goals and objectives

 

 

Presented by Mary Shadox, M.Ed.

Mary Shaddox has worked in the field of deaf education for 28 years. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Education of the Deaf from Texas Woman’s University in 1991. She has taught pre-k, elementary, middle school and high school age students. Mary received her Master of Education in Special Education from Texas Tech University in 2015 and is now a certified educational diagnostician. Mary’s interest in assessment began when her second son was born prematurely and diagnosed with Auditory Neuropathy at the age of 9 weeks. He was later diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome, OCD and ADHD.

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