Active Learning Newsletter, February 2017
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Functional Scheme Assessment

People often wonder which assessment tool to use when implementing an Active Learning approach.  Dr. Lilli Nielsen created the Functional Scheme: Functional Skills Assessment Learning Reassessment to meet the needs of children and adults with multiple special needs who are functioning at a developmental level under 48 months.  The purpose of the tool is to create the best possible basis for developing an appropriate learning program for the individual.

Learn more about this tool by watching a video presented by Patty Obrzut. Read our tips on completing the Functional Scheme.  You can also watch a series of 5 webinars recorded during our Active Learning Study Group last year.

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March 30, 2017
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March 31, 2017
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Active Learning Conf
with Patty Obrzut
Frisco, TX
June 12-13, 2017
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Watch our newest video!  Patty Obrzut  discusses The Five Phases of Educational Treatment developed by Dr. Lilli Nielsen.
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