This webinar is presented by the Learning Disabilities Association of America and sponsored by Huntington Learning Center.

During this webinar a parent and teacher duo discuss:

  • What is progress monitoring
  • How do educators monitor progress for students with IEPs in a typical educational environment
  • Challenges in progress monitoring in a remote environment - teacher and parent perspectives
  • What parents and teachers can do to effectively monitor progress in a remote learning environment

About LDA:

Founded in 1964, The Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA) provides support to people with learning disabilities, their parents, educators and other professionals, using cutting edge information, practical solutions, and a comprehensive network of resources. Thirty affiliates nationwide make LDA the leading resource for information on learning disabilities. LDA’s mission is to create opportunities for success for all individuals affected by learning disabilities through support, education, and advocacy.
Kaci Smith

Kaci holds a bachelor’s degree in Special Education and has 26 years of experience instructing students with disabilities in a wide range of settings and across multiple content areas. She currently teaches in the Springdale Public School District where she empowers teachers to utilize technology to equal the playing field in the classroom for students who not only have learning disabilities but also are English Language Learners. Kaci is the past president and current secretary of LDA of Arkansas and strives to strengthen Advocacy and Public Policy within her state. Kaci is a mom of three, one of whom has learning disabilities and autism. She values the importance of advocacy and works with other parents to bridge the path from school to adult transition.

Marissa Vuocolo

Marissa is a wife and a mom of two wonderful kids. She enjoys helping out at her children's school, home decorating and baking. She works part time as an aesthetician at Joseph Anthony’s Salon and Spa in Glen Mills, PA. In 3rd grade, Marissa discovered that she was dyslexic, which she states helped mold her into the person she is today. Just last year her 10-year-old daughter was identified as dyslexic as well. Going through not only her journey, but now her daughter's journey, has inspired Marissa to share her story and knowledge with others to help them in any way she can.

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