November 6-8, 2019 * Gillette, Wyoming

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Student Learning Assessment [clear filter]
Wednesday, November 6

3:30pm MST

Neuropsychological Processing/MTSS Integrated Model of Identification for Specific Learning Disabilities
Attendees will be introduced to a model that integrates neuropsychological data along with MTSS data to identify strengths and weaknesses as they relate or learner profiles, academic interventions and disability identification.

Upon completion of this session attendees will be able to:
1. Understand the connection between underlying neuropsychological processes and academic achievement;
2. Understand when to refer students for psychoeducational evaluation based on MTSS data;
3. Align evaluation data with academic interventions.


Tyler Henry

School Psychologist, Park County School #6
Tyler Henry, Ed.S., ABSNP earned his M.S. in School Psychology at University of Montana in 2000 and earned his diplomate in School Neuropsychology in 2006.  He has been practicing school psychology in Park County School District #6 since 1999.

Daniel Cossaboon

School/Neuropsychologist, Park County School District #6
Daniel Cossaboon earned his Doctorate of Psychology with a specialization in School Psychology and Neuropsychology in 2006 from Widener University in Chester, Pennsylvania.  He has experience in private practice and has been practicing school psychology in Park County School District... Read More →

Wednesday November 6, 2019 3:30pm - 4:15pm MST
Boars Tusk
Thursday, November 7

9:00am MST

Standards-Based Assessments Using Canvas
Attendees will learn tips and tricks related to assessment of Outcomes in Canvas. The session will focus on the mechanics of Canvas Outcomes, how to add Outcomes to Rubrics for assessment using the Canvas SpeedGrader for Assignments or Discussions, and the use of both Classic Quizzes and Quizzes.Next to formatively assess outcomes. Examples of how to use the Canvas Teacher App for assessment of student activity will also be demonstrated. Finally, once student data has been generated we will explore the Learning Mastery Gradebook to show how this data can help drive student achievement and mastery.

After this session, attendees will be able to:
1) Prepare outcomes for assessment of Assignments, Discussions, Quizzes (including Quizzes.Next) using Rubrics and Question/Item Banks
2) Assess Outcomes via Rubrics using both the web-based and mobile platforms.
3) View student outcome results in the Learning Mastery Gradebook.


David Stokowski

David’s entire 20-year career has been in academia--either seeking to create new knowledge as a research scientist, or in direct education of students and teachers. His educational background has been focused in the sciences with a B.S. in Chemistry from the Colorado School of Mines... Read More →

Thursday November 7, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am MST
Fossil Butte