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Screening Skills

This class teaches educators how to administer, score and interpret all levels of the Slingerland® Screening Procedures. The various levels may be presented separately or in combination. When presented separately, these classes require ten hours of class time each. When two or more are presented, allow eight hours per class.

Content includes:
• The Slingerland® Screening Procedures First Grade through High School
• How to use the Slingerland® Screenings for referral or remediation
• How paraprofessionals can assist in the screening and scoring process
• How these screenings can reveal important information about a student’s learning pattern
• How to identify strengths and weaknesses in language learning for every child in your classroom How these strengths and weaknesses impact reading, handwriting, spelling, and written and oral expression
• How to compare auditory, visual and kinesthetic-motor performance

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