Behavior Rating Scales are Not Enough
A Series of 2 FREE 3 Hour Live Virtual Trainings
Mental health concerns for our students continue to rise. For students who have experienced interruptions in their in- person learning opportunities, educators have noticed an increase in behavioral and social-emotional concerns.
When evaluating students for special education, it is important to complete comprehensive assessments to help ensure that the student needs can be identified and addressed. Behavior rating scales can provide a great deal of information to the school psychologist; however, they typically do not tell the
This training will focus on methods for assessors to gather information beyond T-scores on rating scales and provide ways to analyze information across data sources to determine the “what” and the “why” behind social, emotional, and behavioral concerns so the team can determine how they can best support the student.