Child Assessment Webinar Series

Currently available in the Buros Video Library

The Buros Center for Testing fall webinar series focused on the educational and psychological assessment of children. Speakers shared empirically based recommendations; best practice examples; and case studies on topics such as ADHD assessment, mental health screeners, equity in gifted identification assessment practices, and teleassessment ethical considerations. Continuing education/continuing professional development (CE/CPD) credits are available.


Professional Educators, Clinicians/Counselors, Measurement Professionals, Researchers, and Graduate Students

presenters and topics

Click on each presenter's name below for an abstract, learning objectives, and presenter bio.

Michael S. Matthews class=

Michael S. Matthews, Ph.D.

University of North Carolina – Charlotte

Structuring Assessment to Support Equity in Gifted Identification Practice

Video Library Presentation

Ryan Farmer class=

Ryan Farmer, Ph.D.

Oklahoma State University

An Empirical and Ethical Lens on Remote Administration of Standardized Tests

Video Library Presentation

Alison Pritchard

Alison Pritchard, Ph.D.

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Assessment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): Necessary Components, Psychometric Considerations, and Telehealth Potential

Video Library Presentation

Tyler Renshaw

Tyler Renshaw, Ph.D. 

Utah State University

Making Mental Health Screening Useful in Schools

Co-presenter with Dr. Roberson

Video Library Presentation

Anthony Roberson

Anthony Roberson, Ph.D. 

University of Houston-Clear Lake

Making Mental Health Screening Useful in Schools

Co-presenter with Dr. Renshaw

Video Library Presentation