Screening & Assessment webinar series
Free webinars on screening & assessment tools
Your choice of assessment matters more than ever
Get an inside look at trusted screening and assessment tools from Brookes with free webinars led by experts. You’ll learn the basics of each tool, see how it works, and get your questions answered by the tool developers and master trainers.
For professionals supporting children from birth–6. Learn how to identify current skills, develop appropriate goals, choose interventions, and measure progress.
Presented by: Kevin Warg
Original broadcast: April 2, 2013
For programs serving young children birth–5½. Learn how to effectively use ASQ, the #1 developmental screening tool, with children and families from different cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
Presented by: Jane Squires and Elizabeth Twombly
Original broadcast: May 8, 2013
For professionals supporting children birth–5 with disabilities. Learn how to identify skills in 5 developmental domains, involve the family in the process, and develop educational objectives and an intervention plan.
Presented by: Susan Attermeier
Original broadcast: May 2, 2013
For early childhood programs and schools serving students in Grades K–3. Learn how to use the best-selling ELLCO to assess literacy practices and supports and improve the quality of your program.
Presented by: Louisa Anastasopoulos
Original broadcast: March 26, 2013
The Inclusive Classroom Profile (ICP), authored by Dr. Elena Soukakou, is a structured observation rating scale designed to assess the quality of classroom practices that support the developmental needs of children 2½ – 5 years of age with disabilities in early childhood settings. The webinar provides a general overview of the ICP, including basic information on administration and scoring.
Presented by: Dr. Elena Soukakou
Original broadcast: 2016
For professionals serving families of children from birth–3. Learn how to identify the family’s needs, monitor improvements, and demonstrate your program’s effectiveness.
Presented by: Linda Wollesen
Original broadcast: April 9, 2013
For educators supporting students in Grades K–1. Learn how to screen for a key indicator of future math success and identify students at risk for later math struggles.
Presented by: Nancy Jordan
Original broadcast: April 30, 2013
For professionals supporting parents of young children 1–3. Learn how to assess parent-child interactions, identify important parenting behaviors, develop interventions to help parents build skills, and track your program’s outcomes.
Presented: by Lori Roggman
Original broadcast: April 24, 2013
For early childhood programs. Learn how to assess and improve your program-wide PBIS system through a review of documents, classroom observations, and interviews.
Presented by: Elizabeth Steed and Tina Pomerleau
Original broadcast: April 11, 2013
Learn how your program can use SEAM to reliably assess social-emotional development in infants, toddlers, and preschoolers at risk for delays or challenges, and monitor development over time.
Presented by: Jane Squires and Misti Waddell
Original broadcast: April 15, 2014
For programs serving children from birth–6. Learn how to use the popular Transdisciplinary Play-Based System to assess children in natural settings and choose customized interventions.
Presented by: Toni Linder
Original broadcast: April 4, 2013
Discover how to use TPOT to measure how well teachers are applying Pyramid Model practices to support children’s social competence and prevent challenging behaviors.
Presented by: Mary Louise Hemmeter, Lise Fox, and Patricia Snyder
Original broadcast: February 27, 2014