Presentation Will Help School Districts Address Backlog of Psychoeducational Assessments

Clinical experts, joined by a district leader, will provide information about the remote administration of psychoeducational assessment to support students

For school districts trying to address their backlog of evaluations, PresenceLearning, the leading provider of live online special education related services for K-12 schools, is hosting, “Remote Evaluations: Learn How PresenceLearning Can Help You Get Caught Up” on Tuesday, February 23, 2021 at 2 pm ET/11 am PT.

PresenceLearning clinical experts Stephanie Taylor, Ed.S, NCSP, clinical director of psychoeducational service and Bonnie Contreras, Ed.S, NCSP, clinical liaison, will be joined by Matt Zilm, director of special education at Ogle County Educational Cooperative in Illinois, to discuss how to leverage remote evaluations to get students into the services they need. Topics will include:

  • How remote psychoeducational assessment works in both the home and school setting
  • How Ogle County Educational Cooperative district has successfully used PresenceLearning to stay on top of their evaluations
  • Supporting research including equivalency studies
  • PresenceLearning’s platform and library of assessments

Join this session to learn how to incorporate remote evaluation into your service delivery model. “PresenceLearning has been able to provide consistency for my school district to support our PsychEd program to ensure students are assessed and receive the services they need,” said Matt Zilm, director of special education at Ogle County Educational Cooperative.

To attend the upcoming presentation, register here.

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