|Facilitator:||Dr. Dave Carter|
|Date:||March 09, 2022|
|Time:||9:00 am to 3:30 pm MDT|
Special Needs Teachers and School Team Members
About this Learning Opportunity
Once you have administered the Level B Assessment, how do you analyze the results and use them to develop learning plans responsive to the learning needs of the individual student?
Dr. Dave Carter will offer this one-day session in response to requests from jurisdictions in our region for information about how to best utilize the student data gathered from Level B Assessments.
Please bring samples of student assessment data. Dr. Carter will facilitate examination and analysis of your data and support you in developing a learning plan.
This learning opportunity is being subsidized through funding from Alberta Education.
About the Facilitator
Dr. Dave Carter has been an educator for more than 40 years, having worked as a grade 6 and 7 teacher, Learning Assistance Teacher (K-7), a school psychologist for grades K – 12, and a Director of Instruction for Student Services in both the Central Okanagan and Surrey, B. C. school districts. Dave “semi-retired” in 2005 but has been active in other ways. He has taught graduate courses for SFU, TWU, UBC and others and supervised both Masters and Doctoral student research. He has acted as an “expert witness” in several B.C. Supreme Court cases involving special education. He has done volunteer work overseas in both Nigeria and Haiti and was among the early responders after the Haiti earthquake.
He and his wife Sharon have four children, all (very grown-up) and three granddaughters.
Prior to COVID he and Sharon travelled extensively, enjoy sailing and walking their Boxer dog “Cuba”.