IECA's educational Webinar Series will focus on the issues affectingIndependent Educational Consultants and allied admission professionals. IECA's monthly webinars will provide professional development covering admission issues in college, secondary school, and therapeutic placements, as well as learning disabilities and broad adolescent issues including depression, anxiety, and more.
Our webinars are designed to meet the needs of Independent Educational Consultants and we believe many school-based counselors will find the topics equally compelling, as well as admission representatives, school administrators, and program and private therapists. The presenters are chosen for their expertise and experience as online instructors. Webinars will be offered live on the second Tuesday of each month at 12:00 noon EST, 9:00 a.m. PST. All sessions will last one hour, including a question and answer segment with the presenter. In addition, IECA will archive all webinars, which will then be available for one year. Those who register for the live broadcast, or for an archived segment, will be able to view the presentation up to three times over the course of the year. For more details, check our webinar FAQs.
Participants must pre-register for each webinar, in advance.
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Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, pricing for these sessions is well below the standard fees. IECA Professional, Associate, Student and Retired/Emeritus Members: FREE
Non-IECA Independent Educational Consultants: $24 per webinar
School, college & program admission representatives: $24 per webinar
Allied Professionals, parents, others: $24 per webinar
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Add an edge to your educational consulting practice with the most up-to-date information about SAT/ACT changes! Your students and their families will continue to rely on your experience and expertise when it comes to the significant, upcoming SAT and PSAT overhaul. Learn how these sweeping changes will impact your clients. Because the presentation highlights recent and upcoming changes to the ACT as well as the remarkable similarities between it and the redesigned SAT, you’ll come away with the tools you need to better guide your students so that they become more savvy planners ― and create the most effective testing calendar for both SAT and ACT.
Judi Robinovitz, a Florida-based Certified Educational Planner and IECA professional member, has been guiding students through their college planning for 30+ years. The founding owner of Score At The Top Learning Centers & Schools, a group of five SACS-accredited educational facilities in South Florida, Judi is highly regarded for her expertise in the test prep industry. Overlapping with her early college counseling years, Judi worked at Educational Testing Service and served as technical liaison to the College Board. She wrote the College Board’s first SAT-prep software and strategy chapters of their original SAT-prep books. With the testing insights she gained there, Judi developed her own test prep curriculum which she and her tutors follow to inspire thousands of students to achieve significant score gains every year.
This webinar will provide an overview of the WISC-V, the latest version of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children. The differences between the WISC-V and its predecessor, the WISC-IV, will be described. New subtests and index scores will be described along with interpretative information.
Teri Solochek, Ph.D. is a Licensed Psychologist in the State of California. She is a Certified Educational Planner and Independent Educational Consultant, providing services for over 35 years. While no longer practicing psychotherapy, she continues to have a testing practice along with her educational consulting company.
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Mark H. Sklarow, CEO, Independent Educational Consultants Association
The list of webinars will be regularly updated.