You know how to administer a diagnostic assessment of reading in person—how do you do this remotely?
Learn how to conduct a remote diagnostic reading interview, including assessments of Word Reading, Oral Vocabulary, and Oral Reading Fluency.
This recorded webinar is only available to practitioners who have completed the STAR training or Diagnostic Assessments of Reading. If you need to learn how to conduct these diagnostic assessments rather than broaden your knowledge to a remote setting, please register for Diagnostic Assessments of Reading.
- Completers of "Diagnostic Assessments of Reading" PD with Dr. Strucker
- STAR-trained practitioners
This professional development activity/course is designed for:
Diagnostic assessments of reading are essential to inform instruction and for appropriate class placement.
This workshop will cover how to conduct a remote diagnostic reading interview, including the background questionnaire and assessments of Word Reading, Oral Vocabulary, and Oral Reading Fluency. These remote assessment procedures and materials have been developed to match ABE learners’ varying amounts of technological access and familiarity, from learners with only cell phones to those with tablets or laptops and access to high speed internet.
Between September 15 and October 15, watch the recorded webinar and complete a brief knowledge check to solidify your learning and to receive 1 PD hour.
Note: This recording cannot be accessed from the SABES website. Once you have registered and your completion of the prerequisite is verified, you will receive an email with instructions on how to access this recorded session.
- Evaluate which remote assessment strategy is appropriate for each learner
- Conduct remote assessments by various modes including cell phone only, Zoom, or any other virtual platform
Upon completion of this professional development activity/course, you will be able to:
Completion of the SABES course, Diagnostic Assessments of Reading, or completion of STAR training