The Art of Informal Assessment: Webinar Only
**This webinar DOES NOT include access to a downloadable version of the newly updated SCHOODLES School Fine Motor Assessment (4th ed.) valued at $85, which is referred to in this course. Access to SCHOODLES is recommended to get the most out of this webinar. If you want to purchase the webinar and the assessment together, CLICK HERE. PLEASE NOTE: The assessment is not included in the Summer CEU Extravaganza.**
For school-based occupational therapists, connecting assessment results, educational need, and intervention can be a challenge. This 2-hour webinar is appropriate for occupational therapists or those needing a brush-up on school-based assessment. Using SCHOODLES School Fine Motor Assessment, we’ll focus on how to systematically conduct the essential non-standardized portion of an occupational therapy evaluation and gain applicable meaning from observations. Participants learn how to clearly identify, analyze, and describe fine motor areas of need related to school performance. We also review how to pull educationally appropriate goals from our findings.
- Define the term “educational need” as it refers to school-based Occupational Therapy and assessment.
- Understand the importance of including a thorough, systematic observation in addition to standardized tests in occupational therapy evaluations.
- List at least four supporting skills needed to produce functional fine motor outcomes in the classroom.
- List at least three observations that can be made during modified manual muscle testing.
- Understand the steps needed to connect classroom performance, assessment results, and educationally relevant goals.
Target Audience: beginner- to intermediate-level occupational therapists and others
Learning Assessment: Objective post-test
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
This course is approved for 0.2 AOTA CEU or two contact hours under this Classification Code: Category 2, OT Therapy Process: Evaluation.
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