Dr. Cate Crowley walks us through an appropriate evaluation of a culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) preschooler, previously misdiagnosed. She takes us from the parent interview, to interacting with the child, writing the evaluation and even formulating appropriate IEP goals.
WaLi is a 12 year old English Language Learner in the process of acquiring academic language in English but experiencing language loss in Mandarin as a result of his linguistic environment.
This is a model evaluation of Ines: a sequential Spanish/English bilingual 10-year old girl demonstrating typically developing language skills.
This model evaluation is of a simultaneous bilingual English/ Hebrew boy with typically developing language skills experiencing some language loss in Hebrew due to lack of exposure and practice.
Cate Crowley and several recent graduates of the Teachers College Columbia University speech-language pathology program created and presented this poster at the ASHA convention in Chicago, 2013.
Two recent graduates of the Teachers College Columbia University speech-language pathology program, supervised by Cate Crowley, created and presented this poster at the ASHA convention in Chicago, 2013.
This module presents the last three of the nine critical questions.
This module discusses the necessary data and information that must be in every evaluation so that the administrator can feel comfortable giving the child an IEP or not.
This module sets the standard for a competent evaluation. Cate presents how to incorporate examples from the evaluation and parent interview into holograms in order to produce a quality evaluation.
This module analyzes examples of linguistic structure present in Andrea’s narrative about Cinderella.