Assessing Dyslexia in a School Setting
Nov 15, 2022
Paul will walk attendees through what common assessments traditionally found in Idaho schools can be used to screen and evaluate students for dyslexia
Idaho Falls school district has agreed to host Paul Black, Nationally Certified School Psychologist. Join us for an in-person training or via zoom.
Paul will be in Idaho Falls at:
955 Garfield St.
Idaho Falls, ID 83401
Or join via zoom. Link provided, click the Register tab.
House Bill 731 formally recognized dyslexia as a learning disability and mandates that all Idaho schools screen students for this #1 learning difference. Currently, there is no single test that confirms a diagnosis of dyslexia. Rather, a series of reading tests and observations from parents and teachers are considered. In this presentation, Paul will walk attendees through what common assessments traditionally found in Idaho schools can be used to screen and evaluate students for dyslexia.
Paul Black, Ed.S., NCSP holds advanced degrees in Human Exceptionality and School Psychology. He has practiced as a Nationally Certified School Psychologist for the past 18 years and is currently working as an Education and Literacy Specialist for Reading Horizons. Paul has extensive experience in psychology, literacy, and technology; and understands how to accurately identify, remediate, and monitor student needs so parents and school-based teams are empowered to make meaningful improvements in students’ lives.