Garcia has served in several capacities, including middle-school teacher, adjunct professor, co-director of alternative education programs, and educational diagnostician.
What does ED DIAG stand for?
ED DIAG stands for Educational Diagnostician
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Shortly after that, an Educational Diagnostician position became available at one of Delaware's correctional centers.
My early educational work as a school psychologist and educational diagnostician gives me unique insights into the difference between learning and testing.
An example would be when someone trained as a vocational evaluator, rehabilitation nurse, teacher, psychologist, or educational diagnostician accepts a job as a rehabilitation counselor.
LearningAbled is the first educational support company dedicated to serving children with language-related learning disabilities by providing a unique on-site team approach merging the assistance of educational diagnosticians, remedial specialists, speech/language therapists, occupational therapists and educational advocates.
New Mexico educators can now earn state licenses as an educational administrator, educational diagnostician, school counselor and as a special education teacher.
The book is intended for educational diagnosticians, teachers, and other special education professionals.
A preschool diagnostic team, which typically consists of an educational diagnostician, speech and language pathologist and parent interviewer, meets weekly to review referrals and determine whether or not referred children need a full developmental assessment or a speech and language screening.