Administering the Functional Listening Evaluation: A How-To Module
The Functional Listening Evaluation originally published by Cheryl DeConde Johnson, Ed.D., can provide critical information to support a learner’s access across educational environments, but training on how to administer this assessment is variable in higher education programs. This module was created to walk you through the purpose of a Functional Listening Evaluation, the steps in conducting one, the materials you will need in order to administer, and how to utilize the data to determine appropriate accommodations. A demonstration of the assessment along with the use of case studies will deepen your learning and provide you with the information necessary to administer the assessment with your own learners.
- Be able to explain why a Functional Listening Evaluation is conducted.
- Identify the steps to conduct a functional listening evaluation.
- Given a set of completed Functional Listening Evaluation data, identify the student’s best listening environment and name an accommodation that can be beneficial to the student based on the results.
- Name two additional resources you can use to prepare for or administer a Functional Listening Evaluation.
Continuing education hours (CEUs) have been requested from the following providers:
CEUs requested (1 hour): ACVREP, DODD, Ohio Speech and Hearing Professionals Board, ASHA
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