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PaTTAN CVI Course, Topic 2 - Multiple Methods of Assessment

Identification, Assessment And Intervention For Children With CVI Including Those With Deaf-Blindness

This programme of webinars progresses from foundational information about children who have CVI, through assessment methods and interventions.

The series is split into four topics, each with two one hour long webinars:

Topic 2: Multiple Methods of Assessment

The two webinars below provide a deep dive into assessment concerns for children who have CVI, including those with deaf-blindness, looking at alternative methods and perspectives with an emphasis on use of multiple methods for assessment.

Webinar: CVI: Multiple Methods of Assessment: Goals and Strategies
This webinar will discuss the goals of educational assessment along with the application of educational assessment methods to achieve those goals for children who have CVI. Ways to formulate education strategies that address assessment outcomes within daily routines for young children and the expanded core curriculum (ECC) for students of school-age will also be presented.

Pennsylvania Training & Technical Assistance Network (PaTTAN)Presented by: Amanda Lueck, Ph.D & Elizabeth Hartmann, Ph.D.Video Link: https://www.youtu.be/TTu6fzICqsE

Webinar: CVI: Multiple Methods of Assessment: Selection and Coordination
Various methods are required to assess children who have CVI. Systematic ways to select and coordinate these methods will be presented. One example will be within a learning media assessment.

Pennsylvania Training & Technical Assistance Network (PaTTAN)Presented by: Amanda Lueck, Ph.D & Elizabeth Hartmann, Ph.D.Video Link: https://www.youtu.be/Xs4wW3B_tfk

Click here to view all the webinars on PaTTAN's YouTube channel.

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