- Assessment of Student Skills, Challenges, Needs
- Early Childhood: Infants, Toddlers, Preschool
- Hearing Loss – Identification, Impact and Next Steps
- IDEA Law Summary Information
- Language and Speech Development Issues
- Legal Issues in Serving Children with Hearing Loss
- Listening (Auditory Skills) Development
- Planning to Meet Student Needs
- Self-Advocacy Skills for Students with Hearing Loss
- Self-Concept: How the Child with Hearing Loss Sees Himself
- Social Skills
- Speech Perception & Learning
Progress Monitoring, What’s the Point?
The systematic process of collecting data on an IEP goal is used to assess a student’s performance academically, behaviorally, and functionally, is called progress monitoring. Progress monitoring helps teachers and IEP teams determine if a student’s individualized education planning i...
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- 7 Ways to Gather Great Information for Early Intervention to Preschool
- ACCESS Check
- Adverse Educational Impact with Good Grades?
- Assessing Language Skills of ASL Communicators
- Assessment Must Go On! Tailored Identification of Access & Educational Needs
- Communication Development Monitoring – Infants and Toddlers
- Determining Annual Yearly Progress
- Evaluation Considerations
- Evaluation Considerations – Low Average ≠ ‘Okay’
- Identifying Student’s Functional Issues in the Classroom
- Learning Progress Equal to Peers?
- Listening Inventory For Education – Revised (LIFE-R)
- One Cost of Being the Lone ‘DHH Kid’ & the Need to Assess Social/Emotional Issues
- Our Top Assessments to Use with Students who are DHH
- Progress Monitoring – Gains Equal to Peers?
- Progress Monitoring, What’s the Point?
- Tailored Assessment for Students with Hearing Loss: Identifying Needs to Support Eligibility for Specialized Instruction
- Tests – Informal Assessments for Parents, Students, Teachers
- The Necessity of Classroom Observation
- The Road from Referral to Eligibility isn’t Easy
- What is Appropriate School Progress?