July 29, 2001
Workshop. Authentic and descriptive language assessment.
ASHA Annual Conference for Speech-Language
Pathologists: Schools 2001, Boston, MA.
July 30/31, 2001
Invited Workshop. Using Performance-based language
assessment: A Summer Institute. (with W. Secord)
Connecticut Department of Education, Middletown,
September 13-15, 2001 Keynote Speaker. Lessons
from Qualitative research:
Twelve principles applied to aphasia. British
Aphasiology Society, Biennial International
Conference, Exeter, UK.
Workshop. The Clinical Profiling System. (with
Simmons-Mackie) British Aphasiology Society,
Biennial International Conference, Exeter, UK.
November 15-18,2001 Four presentations.
Hearing Association, New Orleans, LA
January 22-25, 2002
Designing IEPs for Culturally Diverse
Students. and Empowerment in an Academic context.
25th Annual Conference for Teachers of Linguistically
and Culturally Diverse Students, Oakbrook, IL.
February 15, 2002
Invited Workshop. Performance Assessment in Language/
Communicative Therapy and Curriculum Implementation.
Southwest Ohio Speech and Hearing Association,
March 1, 2002
Invited Video Presentation. Finding alternatives:
Assessing the culturally and linguistically diverse child
in the schools. (with Li-Rong Cheng and Elizabeth Pena)
American Speech-Language Hearing Association,
March 5, 2002
Invited Workshop. School Transitions of the Culturally
Linguistically Diverse Student. The George Washington
University, Washington, DC
March 25-28, 2002
Keynote Speaker. Establishing authenticity in language
assessment and intervention: The need for strategic
collaboration. New Zealand Speech-Language
Therapists' Biennial Conference, Wellington, New
Workshop. Addressing the needs of culturally and
linguistically diverse students. New Zealand
Speech-Language Therapists' Biennial Conference,
Wellington, New Zealand.
April 12, 2002
Invited Workshop. Constructing Appropriate IEPs.
The Inez Miller Memorial Conference on
Communicative Sciences and Disorders, University
of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma