Day 1: May 1, 2019
Day 2: May 8, 2019

Both dates will run 8:30am-3:30pm

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CESA #1 
N25 W23131 Paul Road
Suite 100
Pewaukee, WI 53072

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Kristy Schroeder 
CESA #1 
262-787-9500 x9539 

Bilingual Evaluations for
Monolingual Evaluators 

This two-day session will build on the Identifying a Language Difference vs. Disorder training. The session will focus on preparing monolingual English speakers to conduct thorough, reliable, and non-biased evaluations of bilingual students. 

Day 1 Objectives:

  • Review red flags for language disorders in the EL population and how to document the need for a bilingual evaluation.
  • Identify appropriate formal and informal assessment measures for bilingual students.
  • Recognize how to work most efficiently with interpreters. 
  • Preview how to write bilingual vs. monolingual evaluation reports.

Day 2 Objectives:
  • Reflect on what you have implemented from the previous trainings.
  • Differentiate how you write bilingual vs. monolingual evaluation reports. 
  • Functionally apply what you have learned so far.
  • Address district or individual needs, questions, and case studies. 

Audience:  Speech language pathologists, school psychologists, special education diagnosticians, EL Staff, and directors of pupil services or special education. Teams are encouraged to attend! 

Presenter:  Courtney Seidel, MS, CCC-SLP - Associate Clinic Professor at the University of WI-Madison in the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders

- CESA #1 Title III Consortium Members*: no cost for all participants
- All other participants: $250/person (includes both dates)

*If you are uncertain if your district is a CESA #1 Title III Consortium member, please confirm with Kristy Schroeder prior to registering. Districts that are not will be billed in full regardless of fee option selected.  

Participants must have attended the "Identifying a Language Difference vs. Disorder in EL Students" training prior to attending this workshop. 

You may also wish to familiarize yourself with our Guest Wireless Internet Access at CESA #1 and our Guest Wireless FAQ's.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): CESA #1 will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities attending our workshops or events. If you require accommodations, please contact the workshop coordinator for that event.