Functional Scheme Assessment 

During 2015-16 TSBVI Outreach staff are hosting a series of webinars focusing on Dr. Lilli Nielsen's Functional Scheme assessment tool. These webinars are hosted by Kate Hurst and Matt Schultz and include special presenters from Penrickton Center for the Blind in Michigan.  There are 5 total webinars: September, December, January, March, and May.

Active Learning Study Group - September 2015

Original webcast date: 09/15/2015
Description: The Active Learning Study Group for 2015-2016 will focus on Dr. Nielsen's "The Functional Scheme: Function Skills Assessment." this assessment is used with learners between birth and 48 months to determine their developmental levels and changes in levels. In our September webinar covers plans for participation, the sequence of study, planning a process for completing the assessment and determining the involvement of various educational team members. Participants need to choose one student to focus on and complete part of the assessment, as a requirement for participation. Other dates for this series include December 1, 2015, January 21, 2016, March 29, 2016, and May 24, 2016.

 Screenshot of ALSG 9-2015

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Active Learning Study Group - December 2015

Original webcast date: 12/01/2015
Description: Scoring the Social & Emotional Perception assessment of the Functional Scheme. The Active Learning Study Group for 2015-2016 will focus on Dr. Nielsen's "The Functional Scheme: Function Skills Assessment." This assessment is used with learners between birth and 48 months to determine their developmental levels and changes in levels. Participants will need to choose one student they wish to focus on to complete at least part of the assessment as a requirement for participation in the study group.  Other dates for this series include December 1, 2015, January 21, 2016, March 29, 2016, and May 24, 2016.

 alsg 12 2015

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Active Learning Study Group - January 2016

Original webcast date: 01/21/2016
Description: The Active Learning Study Group for 2015-16 will focus on Dr. Nielsen's "The Functional Scheme: Function Skills Assessment." This assessment is used with learners between birth and 48 months to determine their developmental levels and changes in levels. In our January webinar we will review several sections of the assessment and look at video examples of a student to see how these sections were scored. Participants will be asked to complete at these parts of the assessment before the March study group.

 alsg 1 2016

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Active Learning Study Group - March 2016

Original webcast date: 3/29/2016
Description: The Active Learning Study Group for 2015-16 will focus on Dr. Nielsen's "The Functional Scheme: Function Skills Assessment." This assessment is used with learners between birth and 48 months to determine their developmental levels and changes in levels. In our March webinar we will review several sections of the assessment and look at video examples of a student to see how these sections were scored. Participants will be asked to complete at these parts of the assessment before the May study group.

 alsg 3 2016

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Active Learning Study Group - May 2016

Original webcast date: 05/24/2016
Description: The Active Learning Study Group for 2015-16 will focus on Dr. Nielsen's "The Functional Scheme: Function Skills Assessment." This assessment is used with learners between birth and 48 months to determine their developmental levels and changes in levels. In our May webinar we will review several sections of the assessment and look at video examples of a student to see how these sections were scored.

 

 alsg 5 2016

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Downloads: Transcript (txt) Audio (mp3) Handout (pdf)