As with any new skill, practice makes perfect. Some would even say that perfect practice makes perfect. Although you are still a few weeks away from the in-residence portion of this course, it is beneficial for you to identify challenging topics for you related to cognitive assessment. Anticipating these challenges will help you formulate a plan to address them before you are required to demonstrate your assessment skills in person. To prepare for this Discussion, identify topics or skills from the Learning Resources this week and in other weeks that you found challenging. Think about why these topics are challenging for you. Then consider which topics you hope are covered in more depth in-residence. Write a of at least one topic, skill, or assessment from the required readings that you found challenging and explain why. Then, describe any other areas or topics that have been challenging in this course. Finally, explain what topics you hope are covered in more depth in-residence. READINGS FOR THIS WEEK NCS Pearson. (2008). WAIS-IV administration and scoring manual. San Antonio, TX: Author. Chapter 6 Sattler, J. M. (2018). Assessment of children: Cognitive foundations and applications (6th ed.). La Mesa, CA: Jerome M. Sattler, Publisher, Inc. Chapter 11, “Interpreting the WISC-IV” (pp. 403-438)