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Becoming an Effective Advocate Part II: Writing and Math Assessments

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Add to Calendar 15-11-2011 15-11-2011 15 Becoming an Effective Advocate Part II: Writing and Math Assessments Learn what it means to be a good advocate for children with special needs as Susan Sharp, Ph.D., Educational Director of Ben Bronz Academy, discusses the essential components of writing and math assessments for identification, instructional planning, and progress monitoring. Other topics include interpreting the data collected on a child’s performance and how to determine if meaningful progress has been made and much more. Parents, caregivers, and professionals are welcome. To register, call (203) 838-5010 or e-mail cacld@optonline.net. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2014neweventinfo.cfm?id=97113 Connecticut Association for Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities (CACLD) true DD/MM/YYYY
November 15, 2011
10:15am-1pm
Connecticut Association for Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities (CACLD)
East Norwalk
Adult
$40

Description: Learn what it means to be a good advocate for children with special needs as Susan Sharp, Ph.D., Educational Director of Ben Bronz Academy, discusses the essential components of writing and math assessments for identification, instructional planning, and progress monitoring. Other topics include interpreting the data collected on a child’s performance and how to determine if meaningful progress has been made and much more. Parents, caregivers, and professionals are welcome. To register, call (203) 838-5010 or e-mail cacld@optonline.net.

Address: 25 Van Zant Street, 2nd Floor
East Norwalk, CT 06855
Phone: 203-838-5010
Website: www.cacld.org

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