Batería IV Woodcock-Muñoz: Pruebas de aprovechamiento (Professional Development)
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
LocationAll Belong Center for Inclusive Education
Batería IV Woodcock-Muñoz: Pruebas de aprovechamiento
Date/Time: Wednesday, November 17, 2021, noon – 3 pm EST (lunch provided)
Audience: Spanish Immersion teachers and support staff that will administer the Woodcock- Muñoz; Workshop will be conducted in English with relevant Spanish incorporated
Facilitators: Betsy Winkle and Jenny Marsh (GRCS ESS Immersion Teacher) Jenny Marsh began working as a Spanish Immersion kindergarten teacher at Grand Rapids Christian Elementary School in 2010 where she quickly developed a passion for supporting immersion students who struggle. In 2014, Jenny completed her master’s degree in learning disabilities at Calvin University (formerly Calvin College). In 2015, she continued to teach in the 1st grade immersion classroom part time, while also creating a Spanish support program for immersion students as the Spanish Immersion Support Services Coordinator. She continues to support students and families in her coordinating role. Jenny’s favorite part about her role is creating space for all types of learners to thrive in the immersion program!
Format: In Person
As the number of member schools with Spanish Immersion programs continues to increase, so has the need for accurate assessment of students’ academic progress in their language of instruction: Spanish! To better meet the need for accurate and timely individual achievement assessment of Spanish Immersion students, we are excited to offer this overview and training of the Bateria IV Woodcock-Muñoz: Pruebas de aprovechamiento.
If you have a Spanish Immersion program at your school, please join us for this half-day workshop that aims to provide an overview of the Bateria IV Woodcock-Muñoz: Pruebas de aprovechamiento, including the different subtests and areas of assessment, an introduction to practical and best practice administration guidelines, and a discussion of the various test scores it provides and what those scores can tell us about student learning. The goal is for participants to leave the training with the knowledge and skills needed to administer and understand the Batería IV Woodcock-Muñoz: Pruebas de aprovechamiento.
We strongly encourage member schools with Spanish Immersion programs that have or intend to refer Spanish Immersion students for evaluation to send a Spanish-speaking staff member. Having achievement information in the student’s language of instruction will enhance our understanding of the academic achievement for Spanish Immersion students.
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