I’ve seen this a million times. A student’s evaluation report shows average scores – maybe with a few relative weaknesses- but the student’s performance in school is mediocre or worse. Missing assignments, disciplinary actions, and bad grades demonstrate that the student isn’t meeting his or her apparent potential in school. Confidence wanes as the student becomes frustrated. Why does this happen? April Rehrig, advocate and licensed school psychologist, walks us through the reason this happens. More importantly, April spends lots of time helping us navigate what to do about it! How can we better assess students to make sure we understand how their disability will affect their school performance? What tests should you request, and more!!! you won’t want to miss this super important episode!
MEET OUR GUEST:
April Rehrig: April is a cross-trained special education advocate who teaches real-world positive communication strategies for assessment and IEP development. She has over 20 years of experience as a school psychologist, teacher, and parent in the public (delete dash) school setting. April shares her methodology with parents, providers, and disability organizations as a Licensed Educational Psychologist, Master IEP Coach, and Board Certified Education Advocate.
2022 SEA Conference Waitlist: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/61c0899814ec6db2d2b534b7
2022 SEA Conference VIP Access: https://ashleybarlowco.podia.com/2022-sea-conference-vip/buy
Free Masterclass: https://7simplesolutions.ashleybarlowco.com/
Never miss out on a new episode by joining my mailing list here: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5f43ff3f99f8080026e08ed7
Calling all parents, teachers, school staff, self advocates, disability organization staff, doctors...
Parents of child in special education are exhausted. Teachers and school staff...
How’s this all going to work? This is the great part. You don’t need to worry about how the content...
Calling all parents, teachers, school staff, self advocates, disability organization staff, doctors, therapists, coaches, tutors, grandparents, babysitters, community organization staff, volunteers, … Calling anyone that supports a student with a disability!!!
Parents of a child in special education are exhausted. Teachers and school staff are about the busiest professionals in the workforce. Nobody has time for in-person trainings, and thanks to COVID-19, few can safely access in-person trainings right now!
How’s this all going to work? This is the great part. You don’t need to worry about how the content will arrive, especially if you join my mailing list (link in bio), like me on Facebook and Youtube, follow me on Instagram, and subscribe to the podcast.