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VariationComparison Procedures Webinar Description-1

Register Below: Overview of Variation and Comparison Procedures

Tuesday, June 18th
9 AM PT | 11 AM CT | 12 PM ET

About the Session:

Join Dr. Grant, and doctoral student Nicole Cronin, as they provide an overview of the WJ IV's variation and comparison procedures including an explanation of the procedures, how they can be conducted, and an interpretation of the unique scores they provide.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand what the variation and comparison procedures are
  • Conduct variation and comparison procedures using Riverside Score
  • Understand how to interpret the unique scores generated by the variation and comparison procedures   

Instructor Credentials:

Geremy Grant Ph.D. NCSP - Geremy Grant is an Assistant Professor of School Psychology and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. He has a Doctorate in School Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University. Geremy has spent the last several years training in both educational and clinical settings. He has a passion for social justice and desires to bridge racial, ethnic, and cultural gaps in education to ensure equitable outcomes for all students. Outside of work, Geremy spends time with his wife, and his pet parrot. He also enjoys playing guitar, singing, and video games.
Nicole Cronin - Nicole Cronin is currently a doctoral student in School Psychology at Alfred University. She recently graduated from SUNY Fredonia with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.

Additional Information:

All attendees will receive a Certificate of Attendance and Recording following the presentation.  All qualifying attendees will receive 1 APA and NASP approved CE Unit. This session is free of cost.

Riverside Insights is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Riverside Insights maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

There's more to talk about!

Join us for the other two webinars in this three-part series.


Part 2: Selecting Appropriate Variation and Comparison Procedures Based on Referrals

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Part 3: Analyzing Variation and Comparison Procedures to Inform Instructional Interventions and Recommendations

- Click Here