Sponsored by the Association of Specialists in Assessment of Intellectual Functioning (ASAIF)

www.asaif.net

Assessment of Children Cognitive Foundations and Applications

 

 

Presenter: Jerome M. Sattler, Ph.D.

Date: Wednesday, April 10 2019

Time: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Registration: 8:30 a.m.

Location: Nackey S. Loeb School of Communication

749 East Industrial Park Drive Manchester, New Hampshire 03109(603) 627 - 0005

 

Cost: $200 for members and $225 for nonmembers - Early Bird $180 (by 3/16/19)- this includes beverages, lunch, and each attendee will receive a copy of Dr. Sattler's book: Assessment of Children: Cognitive Foundations and Applications, sixth edition.

 

Certificates will be given for 5 clock hours or 5 NASP-approved CPD credits.

 

Overview:

This workshop will cover Assessment of Children: Cognitive Foundations and Applications (Sixth Edition). It will focus on (a) tests that assess intelligence, achievement, and language, (b) issues related to the construct of intelligence, (c) how to be an effective evaluator, (d) how to write a meaningful psychological or psychoeducational report, and (e) major issues associated with federal laws dealing with children with special needs and with testifying as an expert witness in due process hearings and in civil litigation.

 

 

About Dr. Sattler:

Jerome M. Sattler is a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology of the American Board of Professional Psychology and a Diplomate of the American Board of Professional Neuropsychology. Currently, he is Professor Emeritus and an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at San Diego State University. In 1998 he received the Senior Scientist Award from the Division of School Psychology of the American Psychological Association. In 2003, he received an honorary Doctor of Sciences degree from Central Missouri State University. In 2005, he received the Gold Medal Award for Life Achievement in the Application of Psychology from the American Psychological Foundation. In 2006, he received the Distinguished Contribution to Psychology Award from the San Diego Psychological Association and a Distinguished Visiting Professor Award from the Colorado School of Professional Psychology. In 2014, he received a Lifetime Achievement Award from Azusa Pacific University. In 2015, he received The 1949 Award from the Clinical Psychology Program at the University of Kansas (1949 is the year the program at KU received approval from the American Psychological Association) given to distinguished alumni for outstanding contributions to clinical psychology. In 2018, he received the Commemorative Medallion–“Semper Discentes et Adservientes” (“Always learning and serving”)–awarded by the College of Psychology, Nova Southeastern University.

 

His books include Assessment of Children: Cognitive Foundations and Applications (Sixth Edition),Foundations of Behavioral, Social, and Clinical Assessment of Children (Sixth Edition), Assessment of Children, Cognitive Applications (Fifth Edition), Assessment of Children: WISC–V AND WPPSI–IV (with Ron Dumont and Diane L. Coalson), Assessment with the WAIS–IV (with Joseph J. Ryan), and Clinical and Forensic Interviewing of Children and Families. He has published over 100 articles in the fields of school and clinical psychology and is a co-author of the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale: Fourth Edition. The first five editions of Assessment of Childrenhave been translated into Spanish. In 2007, a Spanish translation and a Chinese translation (brief edition) ofAssessment of Children, Behavioral, Social, and Clinical Foundation (Fifth Edition) were published.

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

There will be no confirmation letter. Only those who cannot be accommodated will be contacted.
For further information, dietary needs, and accommodations for participants with disabilities, please email:

jill@hartmannlearning.com

 

 

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  1. Participants will learn about how to be an effective evaluator

  2. Participants will learn about several tests of intelligence, tests of achievement, and tests of language

    development and intelligence theory

  3. Participants will learn how to write a meaningful psychological or psychoeducational report

  4. Participants will learn about major issues associated with federal laws dealing with children with special needs

  5. Participants will learn about testifying as an expert witness in due process hearings and in civil litigation

 

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