ISHA 2023 Virtual Educational Series: Workload Matrix Session
The Illinois Speech Language Pathology Guide: Eligibility and Workload Analysis
Presented by: Karen Kockler, MA, CCC, SLP-L
Session length: One hour
Activity Description: The objectives of this session focused on knowing the history of and the ability to explain critical requirements of laws, regulations, codes, and policies relevant to workload analysis; to demonstrate understanding of the Guide and how to use the workload analysis forms, and to recognize impact on students when workloads are not balanced.
- 0-30 minutes: Review of the history of the IL Administrative Code Section 226.735 Workload for Special Educators and how it contributed to the development of the IL SLP Guide
- 30-60 minutes: Review of the Guide and demonstration of the practical use of the workload analysis forms
Learning Objectives: After attending the presentation, participants will be able to
- Explain the history of and the critical requirements of laws, regulations, codes, and policies relevant to workload analysis
- Use the Illinois Speech Language Pathology Guide: Eligibility and Workload Analysis
- Explain the impact on students when workloads are inequitable, and the importance of upholding ASHA’s Code of Ethics and the IL Educator Code of Ethics
- Financial: Karen Kockler does not have a relevant financial relationship to disclose.
- Nonfinancial: Karen Kockler is a member of the Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
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