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Evaluation
Introduction to the Core-Selective Evaluation Process (C-SEP) for Dyslexia Evaluators, Diagnosticians and LSSPs Webinar



ESC-20 provides resources, training and technical assistance for evaluators. Quarterly contact group meetings for LSSP’s and Educational Diagnosticians are also provided.
 


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An overview of C-SEP will be presented to include the key components: 3 P’s and the C-SEP framework. The collection, organization, and analysis of multiple sources of data will be discussed and demonstrated.  Strategies for pattern seeking techniques and score interpretation will be reviewed. Resources that can be used in the implementation of C-SEP will be provided.

This approach to specific learning disability (SLD) identification is a third-method pattern of strengths and weakness (PSW) approach rooted in contemporary CHC theory and features the application of professional judgment, integrated data analysis techniques, and the use of statistical support to help guide decisions.


In response to the improvements in test design and the ongoing quest to identify students with specific learning disabilities (SLD) in the most efficient and accurate manner, it’s time for evaluators to alter their way of conducting evaluations.  This session will discuss the history of SLD evaluation and explore an efficient model for planning and assessing for SLD.  The Core-Selective Evaluation Process (C-SEP) was conceptualized and recently introduced into the field.

This approach to SLD identification is a third-method pattern of strengths and weakness (PSW) approach rooted in contemporary CHC theory and features the application of professional judgment, integrated data analysis techniques, and the use of statistical support to help guide decisions. The organizational framework of C-SEP is a set of sound educational practices logically interwoven to provide the most comprehensive, statistically sound, and legally defensible assessment of SLD. This presentation will further describe the organizational framework of C-SEP, distinguish C-SEP from other methods, and provide an illustration of this model using a case study.

In response to the improvements in test design and the ongoing quest to identify students with specific learning disabilities (SLD) in the most efficient and accurate manner, it’s time for evaluators to alter their way of conducting evaluations.  This session will discuss the history of SLD evaluation and explore an efficient model for planning and assessing for SLD.  The Core-Selective Evaluation Process (C-SEP) was conceptualized and recently introduced into the field.

This approach to SLD identification is a third-method pattern of strengths and weakness (PSW) approach rooted in contemporary CHC theory and features the application of professional judgment, integrated data analysis techniques, and the use of statistical support to help guide decisions. The organizational framework of C-SEP is a set of sound educational practices logically interwoven to provide the most comprehensive, statistically sound, and legally defensible assessment of SLD. This presentation will further describe the organizational framework of C-SEP, distinguish C-SEP from other methods, and provide an illustration of this model using a case study.




Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Session ID:
75140
Credits Available:
(3) CPE - TEA Provider #015950
Seats Available:
68
Fee:
$25.00
Contact Person:
Amanda Real
Instructor(s):
Sarah Holman
Tammy Stephens
Date Time Location
3/30/2021 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Other, Region 20 ESC District - Zoom Meeting2
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