There is no real “one size fits all” for effective intervention for students with learning disabilities and similar difficulties. It can be hard to figure out just how tests can help plan appropriate intervention or select the appropriate resources to address the needs of individual students – but it CAN be done. Dr. Dawn Flanagan shares with LDA of Michigan How to Quickly and Easily Find and Tailor Interventions and Resources for Students with Learning Difficulties Based on Assessment Results.
This event is FREE to LDA of MI members and $20 for non-members. Learn more about membership here.
Learn at your convenience! You will be able to view Dr. Flanagan’s presentation and access handouts from 7 pm on October 26 until 7 pm on October 31.
This learning experience is presented by LDA of Michigan for #LD Month 2020.
About Dr. Flanagan
Dr. Flanagan is the Chair of the Professional Advisory Board of Learning Disabilities Association of America and a Professor of Psychology at St. John’s University in Queens, NY. She is also an Affiliate Clinical Professor at Yale Child Study Center, Yale University School of Medicine in New Haven, CT. She teaches graduate level courses on psychoeducational assessment for intervention and diagnosis and treatment of specific learning disabilities (SLD). She serves as an expert witness, SLD consultant, and test/measurement consultant and trainer for organizations both nationally and internationally. She is a widely published author as well as a co-developer of the Cross-Battery Assessment approach and its corresponding software system (X-BASS). Her most recent books include Contemporary Intellectual Assessment: Theories, Tests, and Issues – 4th edition; Essentials of Specific Learning Disability Identification – 2nd edition; Essentials of WISC-V Assessment; Clinical Use and Interpretation of the WJ IV: Scientist-Practitioner Perspectives and Essentials of Planning, Selecting, and Tailoring Interventions for Unique Learners. Dr. Flanagan’s recent awards include APA’s Contributions to Practice Award – an inaugural award for exceptional contributions to the field of school psychology through innovations in practice; and a Lifetime Achievement Award given at the 13th annual national School Neuropsychology conference.
Learning Disabilities Association of America’s 2017 Conference
Jennifer Harkins, Program Co-Chair
Loreena Parks, Program Co-Chair
*Details coming soon!
On September 30, a collaborative of library service agencies are sponsoring Reading Redefined: Deep reading, learning, and the impact of digitization, a one-day symposium to discuss the ways that reading is changing as our environment and interactions become ever more digital. They are excited to have Maryanne Wolf and Natalie Phillips as plenary speakers.
This event is open to attendees outside of the Library Collective. Thank you to our friends at Michigan Reading Association for bringing this event to our attention.
Registration: $50 (includes lunch)