Remotely Administering the WJ-IV: Helpful Hints
Standardized testing and COVID-19 have raised a lot of questions lately. What does this mean for us as NILD educational therapists and the administration of the WJ-IV?
Good news! During this pandemic, Riverside Insights has been working diligently to safeguard the integrity and security of their tests. Considerations regarding compliance with legal and ethical standards from governing professional organizations such as the American Psychological Association (APA) and the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) have been at the forefront of their decision making. In this webinar, Bridget Hughes, NILD Program Coordinator, will share important guidelines and resources provided by Riverside Insights for our NILD educational practitioners, along with a Question and Answer time at the end.
About Your Instructor:
Bridget Hughes, MEd, PCET, NILD Program Coordinator
A 35-year veteran and specialist in the field of learning differences, Mrs. Bridget R. Hughes currently serves as the Program Coordinator for NILD. She has been an NILD instructor since 1997 and is the former Director of the NILD Center for Academic Success at Houston’s First Baptist Academy. She also serves as Board Vice President for Elim Christian School in Houston where differences are celebrated. Bridget holds a B.S. in Elementary Education from Texas A & M; a M.Ed. in Special Education from Prairie View A&M University; Texas and ACSI Teaching Certifications; and is an NILD Professionally Certified Therapist as well as an IDA Structured Literacy Dyslexia Specialist. In 2012, Bridget received the NILD “Grace Mutzabaugh Award” for providing excellence in service and leadership in the NILD organization, and for inspiring and helping other NILD educational therapists.
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