Live Webinar 'The Why, What, and How of the Special Education Evaluation Process' - April 25

Pathfinder Services of ND is providing a series of webinars for parents and educators that focus on the special education process implemented in North Dakota schools. Please join us for the second in our webinar series, "The Why, What, and How of the Special Education Evaluation Process".

This interactive webinar will provide participants with answers to questions such as:

  • Why is a special education evaluation completed?
  • What are the key components of an accurate, individualized, and comprehensive special education evaluation?
  • How are the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) evaluation requirements embedded within the North Dakota special education evaluation process?

This webinar, presented by Pathfinder Services of ND, will take place on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 from 3:30 - 4:30 pm.

How to Attend

To attend this webinar, please register at:  Once we process your registration, we will provide you an email with the information needed to access the webinar.

The webinar will use the Adobe Connect system and can be accessed either through a standard web browser or via the Adobe Connect app on mobile devices, which is a free download.

iOS Download | Android Download 

For best results, download the Adobe Connect app in advance of the webinar. To log-in, you will need to visit the log-in page provided in your confirmation email using your mobile device's web browser and enter the username and password you created when you registered. Once confirmed, it should open the app and send you to the proper room.

About this Webinar Series

The first webinar, "The Top 10 Basic Steps in the Special Education Process" provided participants with an overview of the process from referral to review of the Individualized Education Program, IEP. That webinar can be found here

Information used in the development of this webinar originates from the ND Department of Public Instruction, Office of Special Education, guidance document, "Guidelines: Evaluation Process" and information from the Center for Parent Information and Resources (CPIR).