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Wed, May 12 | Online webinar via Zoom

IMPACT OF WHAT WE LOST: Helping Students Post Pandemic

TOPICS COVERED 1. To be a learner, achievement must be measured 2. How can parents interpret student progress measurement? 3. What is an "expected" level of progress for general education students as compared to a student with an identified disability? 4. What is an appropriate response when pro
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IMPACT OF WHAT WE LOST:  Helping Students Post Pandemic

Time & Location

May 12, 6:00 PM CDT
Online webinar via Zoom

About the Event

Speaker:

Pepi M. Silverman, M.S.Ed., Ph.D. (ABD)  Director: Bridge Educational Advocacy  Educational Advocate, Consultant, and Inclusion Specialist  Learning Behavior Specialist and Administrator

www.beadvocacy.com

pepi@beadvocacy.com

Tel: 847-903-7778

TOPICS COVERED

1.  To be a learner, achievement must be measured 2.  How can parents interpret student progress measurement? 3.  What is an "expected" level of progress for general education students as compared to a student with an identified disability? 4.  What is an appropriate response when progress has not been achieved? 5.  What is compensatory education? 6.  What is regression and recoupment? 7.  What is the difference between qualitative versus quantitative measurement? 8.  The importance of a plan 9.  How to plan for the future? 10. The power of data, now and into the future.

Sponsored by

Bridge2Horizon Wellness Resource and Bridge Education Advocacy

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