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RECORDED Webinars

Pearson is dedicated to helping you and your colleagues stay abreast of best practices and current research as well as maintain a high level of expertise in serving your clients and students. These webinar events are recorded presentations delivered via the Internet that you watch and listen to on your computer. They are free-of-charge to participants and vary in length.

To obtain more information on a webinar, please contact us at 1-866-335-8418 or via e-mail at: work.shops@pearson.com.

On-demand webinars available in English

The following on-demand webinars are presented in English (in alphabetical order by title). The schedule for on-demand webinars available in French is below the following schedule.

On-demand Webinars (English)
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  Q-interactive On-Boarding Webinar Series
This webinar series was created for new Q-interactive users. Once you have purchased a Q-interactive Annual License, we recommend you take advantage of this webinar series. There are two sessions. The first session is less than 40 minutes and the second session is 60 minutes. These sessions walk you through how to use Q-interactive. Both sessions are recorded, offering you the flexibility to view each session at your convenience.
 
00:40:00 Session 1: Proper iPad Settings & Q-interactive Central Workflow
Presented by: Jeremy Clarke
In this 40-minute session, we will review basic iPad settings that should be made for the best Q-interactive experience. Also, this session will review workflow functions in Q-interactive Central, including how to set up clients, assign/create batteries, and create assessments. Time is built into this session for you to make the settings and gain some practice using the system.
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00:60:00 Session 2: Assessing Clients with Q-interactive and Archiving and Exporting Assessment Batteries
Presented by: Jeremy Clarke
In this 60-minute webinar we will review the common tools used in an assessment such as the timer, notes, contextual events, how to turn audio capture off, how to flag and resolve scores, and how to review scores and transfer assessments back to Central. Then, the primary focus will be on how to access and review scores in Central, and export and archive data when needed.
This session is not designed to provide an in-depth tutorial on all of the unique aspects of individual subtests/measures, but rather to orient you to many of the common tools and processes that you will need to know to efficiently use Q-interactive to assess your clients. Information concerning specific measures/subtests is provided in the available support videos and other scheduled webinars.
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01:04:59 A Case Study: Why is Kaylee Struggling to Master Grade-Level Objectives?
Presented by: Gloria Maccow
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00:33:07 ACS: Enhance the clinical utility of the WAIS–IV and WMS–IV
Presented by: Michael Charron
Introduction to the Advanced Clinical Solutions, a tool which provides additional scores and subtests for the WAIS–IV and WIAT–III to augment their clinical utility.
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01:03:35 AD/HD, (C)APD, or Listening Comprehension?
Presented by: Dr. Donna Geffner
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02:03:05 Administration, Scoring, and Basic Interpretation of the WAIS®–IV
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, Ph.D.
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01:57:51 Administration, Scoring, and Basic Interpretation of the WMS®–IV
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, Ph.D.
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00:46:27 An introduction to the new Wechsler Individual Achievement Test®—Third Edition: Canadian
Presented by: Dr. Paul Szego
This session will introduce you to the new WIAT®–IIICDN. Suitable for use in various educational and clinical settings, including schools, clinics, private practices, and residential treatment facilities, the new WIAT®–IIICDN thoroughly assesses key areas of achievement and targets interventions with result-specific goal statements. This latest edition is designed to improve the diagnostic power and sensitivity of subtests, and provide maximally informative scores, skills analysis, and meaningful comparisons between achievement and ability.
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00:59:05 An Overview of Concussion Vital Signs: An Online Neurocognitive Test
Presented by: Peter Entwistle, Ph.D.
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00:59:00 Analyzing Cognitive Strengths and Needs with the WPPSI-IV (Intermediate)
Presented by: Amy Dilworth Gabel, Ph.D.
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00:54:50 Answering Tough Questions in CELF®–4 Diagnosis and Interpretation
Presented by: Elisabeth H. Wiig, Ph.D.
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00:36:41 Assessing adaptive behaviour and independent living skills in your clients using the Vineland–II Adaptive Behavior Scales – Second Edition (Vineland™–II), Texas Functional Living Scales (TFLS), and Independent Living Scales™ (ILS™)
Presented by: Jennifer Gauthier
This session provides an overview of different measures that are available today to assess personal skills needed for daily/independent living. Focusing on the Vineland™–II, the ILS™, and the new TFLS, it outlines key features and clinical utilities and discusses how these practical tools can help you identify individuals who are in need of an increased level of care, such as individuals with dementia, autism, intellectual disabilities, TBI, and certain psychiatric diagnoses.
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00:52:49 Assessing Handwriting Skills in Children & Adolescents
Presented by: Lesley Notari
Learn how to evaluate major components of effective handwriting, address manuscript and D'Nealian print, assess handwriting speed, and to use movement patterns to teach cursive writing.
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01:02:04 Assessment of Suboptimal Effort
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, Ph.D. & Dr.Anne-Marie Kimbell
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00:12:25 Auditory Skills Assessment (ASA) Intro: An Introduction to the new Auditory Skills Assessment
Presented by: Amy Gabel, Ph.D.
This introductory session will take less than 15 minutes to review. At the conclusion, you will learn what the ASA is, why you might want to use it with children 3-6 to 6-11, when it will be released, and how to obtain additional information on the ASA or any other Pearson speech measure.
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00:36:47 BASC™–2
Presented by: Jennifer Gauthier
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00:44:51 Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler development®—Third Edition (Bayley®–III): Introduction to the tool and its clinical utility
Presented by: Michael Charron
For over 20 years, professionals working with infants and toddlers have relied on the proven Bayley® Scales. The third edition includes a family of assessment tools, including the 15- to 25-minute screener and the comprehensive diagnostic measure of development, paired with software applications to facilitate administration flexibility as well as scoring. This interactive session provides you with a comprehensive overview of the Bayley®–III instruments and insights into their clinical utility.
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00:36:33 Bayley®–III Screening Test
Presented by: Amy Gabel, Ph.D.
Learn about the test that helps you screen for developmental delays and then conduct in-depth assessment, if needed.
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00:15:55 Beery-Buktenica Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration, 6th Edition (BEERY™ VMI 6)
Presented by: Lesley Notari
Learn about the philosophy and rationale, features, overview (including 2 supplemental tests), and the overview of additional teaching materials available of the BEERY™ VMI.
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00:19:47 Behavior and Emotional Screening System (BESS): Part of the BASC™–2 family
Presented by: Larry Hanken
Learn about using the quick classroom screener for behavioral and emotional issues.
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00:24:00 Behavior Assessment System for Children—Second Edition: Overview Presentation
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, Ph.D.
The BASC-2 is a multi-method, multi-dimensional system designed to help professionals understand the behaviors and emotions of children, adolescents, and young adults. In approximately 20 minutes, Gloria Maccow, Ph.D. will describe the components of the BASC-2 - Teacher Rating Scales (TRS), Parent Rating Scales (PRS), Self-Report of Personality (SRP), Student Observation System (SOS), and Structured developmental History (SDH).
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00:58:00 Behaviour Interventions at Tiers 2 and 3
Presented by: Kimberly J. Vannest, PhD
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01:21:56 Best Practices in the Evaluation of Autism Spectrum Disorders (Ages 0 – 3) 
Presented by: Amy Gabel, Ph.D.
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00:33:38 Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency™—Second Edition (BOT™–2)
Presented by: Lesley Notari
Learn about the philosophy and rationale, features, administration, scores and interpretation, ASSIST™ scoring software of the BOT–2.
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00:55:15 Build a Foundation for Treatment in the First Weeks of School
Presented by: Sarah James MA, CCC-SLP
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00:42:08 Capturing Behavioural and Mental Health Challenges in Educational Settings
Presented by: Dr. Paul Szego
Academic success is frequently hindered by overlapping – but unrelated – behavioural difficulties and mental health challenges. In many of these cases, simply assessing academic performance will not tell you why a student is suffering in a given area. In this hour-long webinar, we will discuss a number of assessments that are intended to capture behaviours that are positive (e.g., resilency) and negative (e.g., distractibility), and relate them to classroom settings.
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00:57:00 The Basics of CBM: Tools for Measuring Skill and RTI
Presented by: Mark Shinn, Ph.D.
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00:07:14 CELF-5 Essential Assessment: Written Language
Presented by: Dr. Adam Scheller, PhD
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00:09:43 CELF-5 Overview: What's new and what's different?
Presented by: Dr. Adam Scheller, PhD
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00:05:50 CELF-5 Pragmatics
Presented by: Dr. Adam Scheller, PhD
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01:30:00 Conducting Geriatric Evaluations: Using Data from the WAIS®–IV, WMS®–IV, and ACS
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, Ph.D.
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01:31:10 Conducting TBI Evaluations: Using Data from the WAIS®–IV, WMS®–IV, and ACS
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, Ph.D.
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01:03:22 Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM): Suited for Seamless Contributions to SLD Identification
Presented by: Mark Shinn, PhD
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00:29:07 DAS–II for Beginners
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, Ph.D.
This overview presentation describes the purpose and uses of the DAS–II, general theoretical background, and information concerning general procedures for administration, scoring, and interpretation.
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00:59:05 Derogatis Checklist Series: SCL–90–R®, BSI®, and BSI® 18
Presented by: Leonard Derogatis, Ph.D.
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00:59:14 DIAL™–4 Overview
Presented by: Amy Gabel, Ph.D.
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00:43:40 Different Students, Different Struggles, Differentiated Instruction: Who's learning, who's struggling, and what to do about it?
Presented by: Dr. Paul Szego
In any given class, there will be students who are doing just fine, students who are having some troubles with some area(s), and students that are struggling throughout. In this hour-long webinar, we will discuss ways of quickly and accurately identifying which students belong in which group, and ways of addressing these different levels of needs across different academic areas.
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00:36:47 Effective screening of students' academic abilities and progress: An introduction to the Wechsler Fundamentals: Academic Skills—Canadian (WF:ASCDN)
Presented by: Dr. Paul Szego
This session introduces the new WF:ASCDN, a quick and efficient measure of assessing reading abilities, spelling abilities, and numerical operations skills. Based on Canadian norms, it can be used as a school-wide screener to identify students at risk of academic failure, or in a clinical context to guide intervention strategies and further diagnostic options based on test results. The instrument can also be used as a second alternative measure of achievement, or as a measure of progress.
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00:04:38 EVT-2 (Expressive Vocabulary Test, Second Edition)
Presented by: Tina Eichstadt
Learn about this measure of expressive vocabulary and word retreival.
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00:57:00 Executive Functioning In the Process of Learning: Assessment Results and Intervention Tactics
Presented by: Adam Scheller, PhD
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01:26:00 Frontal Dysfunction Following Traumatic Brain Injury: A Case of a Modern Day Phineas Gage
Presented by: Dr. Dean Delis
This webinar will provide an introduction to the assessment of frontal-lobe deficits following traumatic brain injury. During the 1.5 hour webinar, Dr. Delis will provide a brief history of theories of frontal-lobe functions and the methods that psychologists have used to assess these functions. Using a case approach that is reminiscent of Phineas Gage, Dr. Delis will demonstrate how data from several assessment instruments can be used to characterize cognitive deficits that commonly occur following traumatic brain injury.
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00:58:00 General Outcome Measurement & Mastery Monitoring-Why frequent progress monitoring matters
Presented by: Mark Shinn, PhD
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00:58:00 General Outcome Measurement & the Common Core State Standards
Presented by: Mark Shinn, PhD
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00:04:30 Getting Started with Q-Global Training Series
Presented by: Jeremy Clarke
MODULE 1: Gaining access to Q-global
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00:09:29 Getting Started with Q-Global Training Series
Presented by: Jeremy Clarke
MODULE 2: Signing in and setting up your account
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00:05:50 Getting Started with Q-Global Training Series
Presented by: Jeremy Clarke
MODULE 3: Managing sub-accounts
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00:06:30 Getting Started with Q-Global Training Series
Presented by: Jeremy Clarke
MODULE 4: How to generate reports
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00:58:51 Goal Setting in a Multi-Tiered Model
Presented by: Mark Shinn, PhD
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01:01:11 Goldman-Fristoe 2: Research, Administration, and Interpretation
Presented by: Ronald Goldman, Ph.D.
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00:34:47 Identifying Full-Day Kindergarten Readiness and Early Indicators of Learning
Presented by:
Dr. Paul Szego
With more and more schools moving to Full Day Kindergarten, the need to ascertain who is ready for the classroom is becoming increasingly important. In this hour-long webinar, we will discuss a number of ways that you can quickly and effectively identify challenges with learning, communication, and classroom behaviours.
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00:59:05 Improving School Climate and Student Behavior Through Positive Behavior Supports
Presented by: Mark Shinn, PhD
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01:02:18 Introduction to Positive Psychology and the Quality of Life Inventory (September 20, 2012)
Presented by: Michael B. Frisch
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00:52:53 Introduction to Positive Psychology and the Quality of Life Inventory (April 12, 2012)
Presented by: Michael B. Frisch
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00:19:32 KeyMath: The Formula for Success
Presented by: Dr. Paul Szego
Learn how to use the KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment to quickly and accurately identify the causes of a child's mathematical challenges, and follow up with the KeyMath 3 Essential Resources to monitor their progress using the included lesson plans.
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00:21:11 KeyMath™ 3 Diagnostic Assessment
Presented by: Larry Hanken
Learn about the individually administered measure of essential mathematical concepts and skills.
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01:03:51 MMPI-2-RF: Basic Overview Webinar
Presented by: Yossef S. Ben-Porath, PhD
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00:51:40 MMPI-2-RF: Forensic Practice Briefing
Presented by: Yossef S. Ben-Porath, PhD
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00:59:00 MMPI-2-RF: Medical Practice Briefing Webinar
Presented by: Yossef S. Ben-Porath, PhD
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00:59:05 MMPI-2-RF: Public Safety
Presented by: Yossef S. Ben-Porath, PhD
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01:01:00 Using the MMPI-2-RF in Forensic Assessments
Presented by: Yossef S. Ben-Porath, PhD
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00:40:24 Motor and movement assessment using the Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler development®—Third Edition, Movement Assessment Battery for Children—Second Edition, and Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency—Second Edition
Presented by: Jennifer Gauthier
The development of healthy movement and motor skills is critical for individuals of all ages to live a successful life. Disorders in speed, fluency, quality, or ease of fine and gross motor and movement skills can significantly impair the experience of daily living activities. This session provides you with insights into today's key assessment tools that can help you identify the nature of such disorders and develop efficient intervention and treatment strategies.
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01:00:00 Neuropsychology of Emotional Disorders (Session One)
Presented by: Steven G. Feifer, D.Ed., NCSP, ABSNP
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01:00:00 Neuropsychology of Emotional Disorders (Session Two)
Presented by: Steven G. Feifer, D.Ed., NCSP, ABSNP
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00:59:05 Neuropsychology of Mathematics: Diagnosis and Intervention
Presented by: Steven G Feifer DEd, NCSP, ABSNP
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00:59:00 Neuropsychology of Written Language Disorders: Diagnosis and Intervention
Presented by: Steven G. Feifer DEd, NCSP, ABSNP
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00:44:40 NNAT2 Data Interpretation: Part Three
Presented by: Misty Sprague
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01:30:47 Overview of Advanced Clinical Solutions for WAIS–IV® and WMS–IV®
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, Ph.D.
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01:31:52 Overview of DAS®–II
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, Ph.D.
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01:01:54 Overview of the WMS®–IV: Flexible Approach
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, Ph.D.
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00:35:11 Overview of Woodcock Reading Mastery Test—Third Edition
Presented by: Misty Sprague M.A., Ed.S., NCSP
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01:31:38 PAL–II Advanced: Tiered Assessment and Intervention
Presented by: Amy Gabel, Ph.D.
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59:48 NEW! PLS-5: Administration, Scoring, and Interpretation
Presented by: Amy Gabel, Ph.D.
This webinar will provide current PLS-5 information as well as answers to clinicians’ frequently asked questions about administration, scoring, and interpretation.
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00:03:35 PPVT-4 (Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test, Fourth Edition)
Presented by: Tina Eichstadt
Learn about this measure of receptive vocabulary for Standard American English.
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00:59:00 Progress Monitoring
Presented by: Kimberly Vannest PhD
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00:57:00 The Art and Science of Progress Monitoring: Setting Behavior Goals and Measuring Progress
Presented by: Kimberly Vannest, PhD
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01:00:55 QOLI® Webinar: Introduction to Positive Psychology and the Quality of Life Inventory
Presented by: Michael B. Frisch, Ph.D.
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00:49:18 Reliably assessing receptive and expressive vocabulary and word retrieval skills in individuals of all ages: Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test—Fourth Edition (PPVT™–4) and Expressive Vocabulary Test—Second Edition (EVT–2)
Presented by: Michael Charron
Knowledge of basic concepts is critical to an individual's language and cognitive development. The PPVT™–4 is the gold-standard in assessing receptive vocabulary, assisting professionals effectively in their role of fostering growth in language and literacy skills. The EVT–2, to be used in conjunction with the PPVT™–4, measures expressive vocabulary and word retrieval. Designed for the assessment of individuals of all ages, the two tests are well suited for screening, diagnosis, and progress measurement. During this session, you will gain insights into the characteristics of the two instruments and how they are used together.
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00:57:00 The Role of Attention and Executive Functioning in the Process of Learning
Presented by: Adam Scheller PhD
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01:30:00 The Role of Executive Functions in Learning to Write and Written Expression
Presented by: George McCloskey, PhD
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00:33:46 Rookwood Driving Battery
Presented by: Lesley Notari
Learn about the philosophy and rationale, features, administration and scoring, overall score interpretation, and the standardization and validation of the Rookwood Driving Battery.
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00:23:25 SCAN–3
Presented by: Nancy Castilleja
The SCAN–3 is soon to be released! Learn more about the revision in this brief overview. Samples of tasks included!
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01:00:00 SCL–90–R®, BSI® and BSI® 18 Webinar
Presented by: Leonard Derogatis, Ph.D.
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01:02:21 SCL-90-R and BSI Tests: The Derogatis Checklist Series
Presented by: Dr. Leonard R. Derogatis
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01:26:00 Social Skills in Early Childhood 
Presented by: Stephen N. Elliott, Ph.D.
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01:00:32 Social Skills: Enabling Learning, Growing Friends 
Presented by: Stephen N. Elliott, Ph.D.
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00:57:00 Tier Two Behavior Interventions: Which Solution Where?
Presented by: Kimberly Vannest, PhD
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00:59:00 Tier Two Interventions: Which Solution Where?
Presented by: Kimberly Vannest, PhD
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00:57:00 Understanding Developmental Strengths and Needs Using the WPPSI-IV (Introductory)
Presented by: Adam Scheller, Ph.D.
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01:03:37 Understanding Developmental Strengths and Needs Using the WPPSI–IV
Presented by: Amy Gabel, Ph.D.
This presentation is intended for those practitioners who routinely assess young children between the ages of 2:6 and 7:7 for the provision of special services. Particular emphasis will be placed on the changes from the WPPSI–III to the WPPSI–IV, including new subtests and index scores. The session will help participants understand how the theoretical underpinnings and content of the measure help clinicians to understand children's needs, and how to use the information in program eligibility decisions and in developing intervention recommendations based upon a complete analysis of data.
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01:03:37 Understanding Developmental Strengths and Needs
Presented by: Amy Gabel, Ph.D.
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01:00:00 Understanding Why Students Are Struggling to Learn: Analyzing DAS-II Test Results Within a CHC Framework (Session 1)
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, PhD
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01:01:00 Understanding Why Students Are Struggling to Learn: Analyzing DAS-II Test Results Within a CHC Framework (Session 2)
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, PhD
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00:58:00 Universal Screening for Behavior
Presented by: Kimberly Vannest PhD
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00:59:00 Universal Screening for Behavior: How Do I Get Started?
Presented by: Kimberly Vannest PhD
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00:21:10 Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales—Second Edition (Vineland–II)
Presented by: Larry Hanken
Learn about the leading instrument for measuring personal and social skills.
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01:27:21 Using WAIS®–IV, WMS®–IV, and ACS in Forensic Evaluations (Custody & Capital Punishment)
Presented by: Amy Gabel, Ph.D.
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01:33:29 Using WAIS-IV, WMS-IV, and ACS for Evalutation of TBI
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, Ph.D.
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00:13:55 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale®—Fourth Edition (WAIS–IV): Overview
Presented by: Larry Hanken
This session provides you with essential information regarding the features of the WAIS–IV. You will learn about some of the key differences between the WAIS–III and WAIS–IV, including examples of new subtests. This session is designed for clinicians that have not yet purchased the WAIS–IV, or those who have purchased and want to gain an overview prior to reading the manuals or attending a webinar.
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00:25:51 Wechsler Memory Scale—Fourth Edition (WMS®–IV): An Introduction
Presented by: Amy Gabel, Ph.D.
This session provides you with essential information regarding the features of the WMS–IV.
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00:51:27 What is the Important Vocabulary to Teach in Preschool?
Presented by: Kathleen T Williams, Ph.D., NCSP
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00:57:00 Why Some Students Struggle with Reading: A Look at Reading-Related Processes
Presented by: Karen Apgar, MA CAGS/NCSP, Gloria Maccow, PhD and Justin Potts, MS NCSP
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00:59:00 Why Students Struggle to Learn: An Overview of Cognitive Factors
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, PhD
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00:12:55 WIAT®–III: An Introduction
Presented by: Larry Hanken
This session provides you with essential information regarding the features of the WIAT–III .
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02:00:04 WIAT–III: Administration & Scoring
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, Ph.D.
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01:32:48 WIAT–III: Interpreting Reading Comprehension
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, Ph.D.
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01:28:04 WIAT–III: Overview
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, Ph.D.
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00:58:42 WIAT–III: Q&A
Presented by: Amy Gabel, Ph.D.
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01:24:43 WIAT–III: Scoring the Essay Composition
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, Ph.D.
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01:27:35 WIAT–III: Scoring the Sentence Composition
Presented by: Gloria Maccow, Ph.D.
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01:30:36 WISC®–IV Interpretation & WISC®–IV Integration
Presented by: Amy Gabel, Ph.D.
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00:59:41 Work Sampling System: An Overview
Presented by: Samuel J. Meisels
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On-demand webinars available in French

The following on-demand webinars are presented in French. The schedule for on-demand webinars available in English is above the following schedule.

On-demand Webinars (French)
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00:59:18 Présentation du Test de rendement individuel de Wechsler—Deuxième édition—Version pour francophones du Canada (WIAT–IICDN-F) : Évaluez les compétences académiques nécessaires à la réussite scolaire.
Presented by: Virginie Cailleux
Présentation du WIAT–IICDN-F, incluant une description des utilités cliniques, de l'administration et la notation, et du contenu des composantes et des sous-tests.
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01:28:18 Présentation exhaustive de l'Évaluation clinique des notions langagières fondamentales—Version pour francophones du Canada (CELFCDN-F) : Identifiez et diagnostiquez les problèmes du langage rapidement et précisément
Presented by: Pierre Choquette
Présentation exhaustive du CELFCDN-F, incluant une description du modèle du processus à quatre niveaux, des sous-tests, de l'administration, et de la performance clinique.
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00:45:54 Système d'évaluation du comportement de l'enfant—Deuxième édition—Version pour francophones du Canada (BASC–2CDN-F)
Presented by: Virginie Cailleux
Lors du séminaire en ligne, nous présenterons les différentes caractéristiques du BASC–2 telles que l'utilité clinique et le contenu, la description des échelles cliniques et adaptatives, les grandes lignes de l'administration, la présentation du logiciel de correction et de ses caractéristiques, ainsi que les études de validité cliniques.
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