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Advocate Academy
Understanding the Woodcock-Johnson III

Conducted September 6 and 13, 2006

Presenter: Nancy Mather, Ph.D.

Nancy Mather, Ph.D. Nancy Mather, Ph.D. (more...)
Professor, College of Education
Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation & School Psychology, University of Arizona

Co-author, Woodcock-Johnson

Webinar Archives and Materials

NOTE: The Woodcock-Johnson IV was released in 2016. Therefore, these materials may be outdated.

Webinar Archives:

Part I: Overview, Administration, and Scoring of the WJIII. This is the archive of Part I conducted September 6, 2006. The archive is 1 hr., 23 minutes in length. You can start, stop, pause, fast forward or rewind the recording using the controls on the ReadyTalk player.

Part II: Interpretation of the WJIII and discussion of Strategies for Advocates. This is the archive of Part II conducted September 13, 2006. The archive is 1 hr., 30 minutes in length. You can start, stop, pause, fast forward or rewind the recording using the controls on the ReadyTalk player.

Note: Viewing these archives requires ADOBE FLASH to be activated.

Webinar PowerPoint Presentation Handouts:

Part I: This is the Handout for Part I presented September 6, 2006. (PDF, 19 pgs)

Part II: This is the Handout for Part II presented September 13, 2006. (PDF, 17 pgs)

Woodcock-Johnson III: Reports, recommendations, and strategies (Section I) (Mather & Jaffe, 2002) This is Section I of a comprehensive guide to the Woodcock-Johnson III. (PDF, 79 pgs, 370 KB)

Strategies for Advocates: This chart offers strategies that advocates might use in discussing the interpretation and use of WJIII results. Also available in PDF (2 pgs).

 

 
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