Name of CE/CPD Module:
Identification of Specific Learning Disabilities Using a Cognitive Hypothesis Model
Dr. Hale is the co-author of the concordance-discordance model for the identification of specific learning disabilities. He will review the federal US law, regulations, and court rulings that relate to SLD identification. He will review his Cognitive Hypothesis Testing (CHT) Model and how to use the concordance-discordant model.
CE/CPD Goals and Objectives:
This CE/CPD Module is designed to help you:
• Identify the US Federal laws, rules, and court decisions that guide the practice of SLD identification.
• Identify the major parts of the CHT Model
• Provide a few examples of what is meant by conducting a demand analysis on a common assessment measure.
• Explain how the concordance-discordant model for the identification of SLD works.
Number of CE/CPD Credits: 4
Cost for Individuals: $120.00
Cost for Groups of 5+: $108.00
About the Presenter:
Dr. James Bradford Hale, Ph.D.
|James B. Hale is an Associate Professor in the Clinical Psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology) Program. He has extensive teaching and clinical experience in universities, inpatient/outpatient settings, and public schools. He has pursued multiple lines of research, including studies that differentiate reading and math disability subtypes, challenge assumptions about the validity of global IQ interpretation, examine language and psychosocial functions associated with right hemisphere learning disabilities, and explore neuropsychological aspects of ADHD and medication response. Dr. Hale is an active researcher, practitioner, presenter, and author, including his co-authorship of the critically-acclaimed, bestselling book, School Neuropsychology: A Practitioner's Handbook.|
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