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Collaborative Assessment and Intervention:  A Practitioner’s Guide

  • Wednesday, March 29, 2017
  • 4:30 PM
  • Villa Mannino's Restaurant, 73 Rt 130, Bordentown, NJ


  • Registration and payment directly to NJALC

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New Jersey School Psychologists are invited to attend a workshop presented by the Association of Learning Consultants. 


This workshop will focus on collaborative assessment and intervention between School Psychologists, Learning Disability Teacher- Consultants, Speech and Language Pathologists, School Social Workers, and other specialized instructional support personnel, throughout each tier of the service delivery continuum. Although behavior and social emotional factors clearly impact learning, the primary focus of this presentation will be on academics and learning.

 This session will help participants: 1) understand the distinction between genuine collaboration and shared participation; 2) increase understanding of the relationship between cognitive processes and roles in learning and academic success within an applied setting; 3) develop a model for collaborative data collection, informal assessment, and intervention planning; and 4) develop a model for collaborative comprehensive evaluation planning, interpretation, and communication of results.

Emphasis will be on the practical application of skills to practice and NJTSS.

Date: Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Time: 4:30 P.M. – 7 P.M. 

Dinner Included

Place: Villa Mannino’s Restaurant

73 Rt. 130, Bordentown, NJ 08620

(Please try to carpool due to limited parking available.)

Registration and payment must be made by Wednesday March 22!

You may register and pay online or register with NJALC and submit payment to NJALC via mailed check. Please see attached File for registration and additional information .  Event March 2017.docx

Registration includes full buffet dinner, workshop, and access to all resources and materials.

Space is limited so please register asap.

School psychologists and LDT-Cs from the same district are encouraged to attend together!

There will be particular emphasis on a model for a collaborative PSW (Pattern of Strengths and Weaknesses) Cross-Battery Assessment when a comprehensive evaluation is required at Tier 3 of NJTSS.

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