Free CE Webinar:
CCSS & Severe Communication Disorders

Course Description: The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) sets forth a clear and consistent framework to prepare all students to be college and career ready, including students with significant cognitive and communication disabilities. This session describes the advancements in the CCSS that will challenge educators and specialists to consider how to move beyond functional and developmental goals to programs that truly advance educational outcomes for these students. For speech-language pathologists in schools, the CCSS provides an opportunity to work collaboratively with fellow educators to ensure that students with disabilities access these standards.  This session will identify key components of the CCSS and focus on the many opportunities for SLPs to meet the challenges through language development, communicative competence and universal access.

Presenter: Barbara J. Moore - EdD, CCC-SLP

Learning Outcomes:
  • Select key components of the CCSS
  • Compare alternate assessments
  • Evaluate the role of the SLPs in the implementation of CCSS
Financial Disclosure:
Barbara Moore receives an honorarium from PresenceLearning.
Non-Financial Disclosure:
Barbara Moore has no non-financial disclosures.

This webinar is offered for 0.2 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area).

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  1. 5:00-5:20 PM* CCSS and Students with Severe Cognitive Disabilities
  2. 5:20-5:40 PM Alternate Achievement Standards
  3. 5:40-6:00 PM Alternate Achievement Assessment 
  4. 6:00-6:20 PM Impact on Service Delivery on Goals & Instruction
  5. 6:20-6:40 PM Assistive Technology and Service Delivery
  6. 6:40-7:00 PM Questions
  7. *All times Pacific time

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