Project Description

Time: 50 Minutes

Audience: Parents (Intermediate to Advanced), Specialists (All Levels), Educators (All Levels)

Level: Beginner to Intermediate

As parents, educators and specialists, understanding how to interpret test scores is a crucial component to being able to advocate for kids, to make informed decisions and ultimately create an effective roadmap for remediation.

By understanding how to interpret test scores, you put yourself in the drivers seat to help your dyslexic child or student.

In this course, you will learn:

  • What components of language processing are usually tested and why
  • What is measured by the Clinical Evaluation of Language Functioning (CELF-5) and how we interpret the scores
  • Examples of the difference between expressive language, receptive language and pragmatics
  • How you can use these interpretations to lead to remediation for your child or student

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