40,000 Selected Words Organized by Letter, Sound, and Syllable: Reference with extensive index to help you quickly find the sounds you need, is a must for teaching consonant sounds.
Use the Academic Competence Evaluation Scales (ACES) to facilitate pre-referral assessment and identify why at-risk students are struggling.
Use the Academic Intervention Monitoring System (AIMS) to organize student/teacher/parent information to faciliate and monitor the intervention process. Achieve specific instructional goals.
Adaptive Behavior Assessment System-Second Edition (ABAS) assesses cognitive and developmental disabilities with adaptive behavior rating scales.
This popular reference and text provides essential guidance for school-based professionals meeting the challenges of ADHD at any grade level. Comprehensive and practical, the book includes several reproducible assessment tools and handouts.
The Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile is a self-questionnaire that helps you understand sensory processing patterns and effects on functional performance.
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This six-unit professional development program is a must for school psychologists, diagnosticians, special education directors or anyone else involved in the identification of specific learning disabilities. Each unit presents a full range of expert opinions and outlines best practices in the SLD decision-making process.
AIMSweb is an assessment system that provides the framework for RTI implementations and tiered instruction. It offers multiple assessments for universal screening and progress monitoring, and web-based data management, charting, and reporting. Also provided are screening tools and interventions for behavior and social skills.
The Alcohol Use Inventory (AUI ) is an assessment of patterns of behavior, attitudes, and symptoms associated with alcohol use and abuse.
The Architext Behavior Action Planner helps you plan functional behavioral assessments, behavior Intervention plans and manifestation determinations.
Obtain an AS Quotient that indicates the likelihood that an individual has Asperger Syndrome. Speech-language pathologists, therapists, parents, teachers, or siblings answer the 50 yes/no items drawn from five specific areas of behavior: Cognitive, Maladaptive, Language, Social, and Sensorimotor. The five subtest scores provide comparative information. The total score identifies individuals with Asperger Syndrome. Use the test to document behavioral progress as a result of intervention or to target goals on the student's IEP.
Assessment of Children, Cognitive Foundations, Fifth Edition is both a teaching text and a reference source for students and professionals.
This Assessment of Children: WISC-IV and WPPSI-III Supplement provides in-depth coverage of these two outstanding intelligence tests.
Use the Assessment of Literacy and Language (ALL) to identify children at risk for reading difficulties due to an underlying language disorder. Language screening
The book provides an in-depth analysis of a major instrument useful for the cognitive assessment of older adolescents and adults.
Attention Process Training-II (APT-II) is a program to help retrain attention and concentration deficits in adolescents and adults with brain injury and mild to sever attention deficits.
The Auditory Continuous Performance Test (ACPT) helps screen children for aiditory attention deficits.
Auditory Skills Assessment (ASA) to help screen children as young as 3:6 for early auditory and phonological skills—and get fast results to put children on the right track.
BASC-2 (Behavior Assessment System for Children, Second Edition) is a powerful set of Teacher, Parent and Student Rating Scales to help evaluate the behaviors and emotions of preschool through college aged individuals.
The BASC-2 Portable Observation Program helps you conduct streamlined observations. No more juggling paper, pen, and stopwatch - simply record information directly onto your desktop or laptop computer.
The BASC-2 Behavioral and Emotional Screening System (BASC-2 BESS) screeners identify students at risk for behavior and emotional problems.
The BASC-2 family offers a comprehensive, integrated system that helps you identify and manage behavioral and emotional strengths and weaknesses in children and young adults—and incorporates the perspectives of parents, teachers, and the students themselves.
BASC-2 Intervention Guide & Materials are evidence-based intervention resources for psychologists, teachers, behavior specialists and parents.
Use the BASC™-2 Progress Monitor to easily monitor progress after behavioral interventions. Covers externalizing and ADHD Problems, Internalizing Problems, Social Withdrawal and Adaptive Skills.
A versatile, multi-level, norm-referenced achievement test that helps measure math, reading, and language skills for children and adults.
Efficiently and accurately identify motor delays in young children.
The Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development, Third Edition (Bayley-III) multi-scale battery tests 5 developmental domains: social-emotional behavior, adaptive behavior, cognitive, motor, language.
Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development®, Third Edition (Bayley-III®) Screening Test helps screen for cognitive, language, and motor developmental delays.
One of the most widely used assessments of infants and toddlers, the BAYLEY-III measures the major areas of development including cognitive, language, motor, social-emotional, and adaptive functioning.
The Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI) is the most widely used instrument for detecting anxiety. It is a brief, criteria-referenced assessment for measuring anxiety severity.
The Beck Depression Inventory-II (BDI-II) is the most widely used instrument for detecting depression. It is a brief, criteria-referenced assessment for measuring depression severity.
The Beck Scales are among the most trusted psychological instruments in the world. They offer fast administration and items that align with DSM-IV® criteria.
Use the Beck Hopelessness Scale (BHS) to measure key aspects of hopelessness: feelings about the future, loss of motivation, and expectations.
The Beck Scale for Suicide Ideation (BSS) is a brief assessment to help identify individuals at risk for suicide. It helps measure a broad spectrum of attitudes and behaviors.
Beck Youth Inventories - Second Edition helps assess emotional and social impairment in clients to age 18 while helping you plan effective intervention.
The Beery-Buktenica Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration (BEERY VMI), helps assess visual-motor skills in children and adults.
Behavioural Assessment of the Dysexecutive Syndrome in Children(BADS–C) to assist in early identification of deficits in executive functioning in children.
Bender Visual-Motor Gestalt Test, Second Edition (Bender-Gestalt II) to assess the maturation of visuomotor preceptions of children and adults. Visual-motor integration
The Benton Visual Retention Test is an assessment of visual perception, memory, and visuo-constructive abilities. Reading disabilities, nonverbal learning disabilities, traumatic brain injury, Attention-Deficit Disorder (ADD), Alzheimer's, dementia.
Obtain a quick assessment of adults' nonverbal intellectual abilities.
Boehm-3 Preschool helps identify children who need help with basic relational concepts, helping to increase their chances of school success.
The Boehm-3 Preschool assessment helps measure basic concepts relevant to preschool and early childhood curriculum so that you can provide intervention sooner, increasing their chances of success in school. English, Spanish.
Use the Boston Diagnostic Aphasia Examination (BDAE–3) with adults to help analyze reading disorders. Word-retrieval deficits, language assessment, reading assessment
The BBCS-3:R (Bracken Basic Concepts Scale, Receptive) helps evaluate a child's mastery of basic concepts essential to academic success.
The BBCS-3:E (Bracken Basic Concepts Scale, Expressive) helps evaluate a child's mastery of basic concepts essential to academic success.
Bracken Concept Development Program (BCDP) for children experiencing gaps in concept development. Multisensory intervention, basic concepts, language skills, cognitive development
BSRA-3 (Bracken School Readiness Assessment, Third Edition, a non-verbal screener helps determine if a child may have an underlying language disorder that requires further evaluation. Readiness, language skills basic concepts
The Brief Cognitive Status Exam (BCSE) is an assessment of global cognitive functioning.
The Brief Infant Toddler Social Emotional Assessment (BITSEA) helps identify red-flag indicators of atypical behavior in only 10 minutes.
Brown Attention-Deficit Disorder Scales® (BrownADDScales) for a measure of ADD across the life span.
The Bruininks Motor Ability Test (BMAT) is an adult adaptation of the widely used BOT–2. The test provides a comprehensive assessment of gross and fine motor skills for adults ages 40 and older.
The Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency, Second Edition (BOT-2) delivers a most precise measure of motor skills, both gross and fine.
The BOT-2 (Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency) Brief Form is a quick motor skills assessment with minimal manipulatives for easier portability
Use Burns Brief Inventory of Communication and Cognition (Burns Inventory) to evaluate clients who have communication or cognitive deficits as a result of a neurological injury.
The California Verbal Learning Test-Children's Version (CVLT) is used to assess verbal learning and memory in children and adolescents.
Vocational interest and skills inventory with career planner for college-bound or college-educated individuals.
Occupational interest inventory for college-bound and non-college-bound individuals.
Vocational interest inventory for individuals who plan to enter careers immediately after high school or to attend community college or trade school.
Use the Carey Temperament Scales (CTS) for insight into a child's temperament or behavioral style. 5 age-specific scales to examine 9 behavioral characteristics.
The CDM® Internet is an Online Delivery System of the CDM®-R, a career planning assessment of abilities, interests, and work values.
Third Edition DVD features compelling action and captivating interviews to help viewers identify role models with interest patterns and goals like their own. Workers show how their talents and personal traits are rewarded in their career choices!
CDM®-R: Harrington-O'Shea Career Decision-Making® System–Revised is a self-scored career planning assessment of abilities, interests, and work values.
CELF Preschool-2 helps to comprehensively test language skills of preschool children providing in-depth info on semantics, morphology, and syntax.
Now you can quickly and accurately score test results.
Comprehensive language evaluation for Spanish-speaking preschool children.
CELF-4 Scoring Assistant helps improve your productivity as it calculates the Core Language score, norm-referenced indexes, and criterion- referenced cut scores.
Save time with the CELF-4 (Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals) Screening Test to identify students who may be at risk for a language disorder.
The CELF-5 Screening Test is ideal for universal screening of students ages 5 and 6 and for individual screening of students through age 21. Rely on this up-to-date tool to help you quickly determine if your student needs further assessment to identify a language disorder.
Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals® (CELF-4) Spanish offers a multiperspective approach to identify language disorders. Strengths and weaknesses in semantics, morphology, syntax, pragmatics, and classroom language skills.
Fast, efficient scoring and graphical reports for CELF-4 Spanish
Central Auditory Processing Disorder Strategies for Use with Children and Adolescents, guide with reproducible masters: Helps you treat central auditory processing disorder (CAPD) in school-age through adolescent clients.
The Child Development Inventory (CDI) is a parent questionnaire that assesses the development, symptoms, and behavior problems of young children.
Childhood Autism Rating Scale, Second Edition (CARS2) is a brief rating scale that helps identify autism in children.
Conduct a reliable, valid screening for a history of child abuse and neglect with the Childhood Trauma Questionnaire (CTQ).
The Children’s Communication Checklist—2 (CCC—2) is a parent or caregiver rating scale, which rates aspects of communication, and screens for general language and pragmatic language impairment.
Evaluate children's personality with the Children's Apperception Test (CAT), a downward extension of the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT). CAT measures aspects of personality, including level of reality testing and judgment, control and regulation of drives, and degree of autonomy. Composed of 10 drawings of animals, the test is based on the theory that children identify more readily with animal figures than human figures. A supplement, CAT–S, features a set of 10 irregularly shaped pictures of animals for further exploration of tension. Another version, CATH, features drawings of humans and was designed for use with older children and in research.
Children's Assessment of Participation and Enjoyment (CAPE) and Preferences for Activities of Children (PAC) helps measure various aspects of participation or engagement in activities.
The Children's Category Test (CCT) helps measure the complex intellectual functioning of higher-order cognitive abilities. Combine with intellectual and academic achievement tests. Administered independently or during the California Verbal Learning Test.
Children's Depression Inventory (CDI) is a brief multi-perspective asseessment of depressive symptoms. Measures Negative Mood, Interpersonal Problems, Ineffectiveness, Anhedonia, and Negative Self-Esteem.
The Children's Memory Scale (CMS) is a nationally-standardized scale to link memory and learning to cognitive ability.
Children's PTSD Inventory - A Structured Interview for Diagnosing Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Children and Adolescents
The Clark-Beck Obsessive-Compulsive Inventory (CBOCI) is an efficient screener to identify obsessive and compulsive symptoms in individuals ages 17 and older. Compulsive behaviors
Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals® (CELF-4) offers a multiperspective approach to identify language disorders. Strengths and weaknesses in semantics, morphology, syntax, pragmatics, and classroom language skills.
The CELF®-5 (Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals®, Fifth Edition) is a multiperspective assessment process to pinpoint a student’s strengths and weakness in language skills needed for success in the classroom.
The Cognitive Linguistic Quick Test (CLQT) assists you in quickly identifying strengths and weaknesses in five cognitive domains (attention, memory, executive functions, language, and visuospatial skills) of adults with neurological impairment due to strokes, head injury, or dementia.
The Comprehensive Assessment of Spoken Language (CASL) is an in-depth, research-based oral language assessment tool.
An individually administered measure of nonverbal reasoning.
Concussion Vital Signs provides a brief, web-based neurocognitive baseline testing solution, a self-reported history, and post-concussion symptom rating scales. The evidence-based scales and neurocognitive testing help qualified health professionals collect important information used in assessing, monitoring, and managing concussions.
The Conners 3rd Edition (Conners 3) helps you assess ADHD and comorbid disorders in children and adolescents.
Assessment of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adults.
Conners Comprehensive Behavior Rating Scales™ (Conners CBRS) assess behavior, emotions, and academic problems in children and adolescents.
Conners’ Continuous Performance Test II Version 5 (CPT-II Version 5) helps identify attention problems and measure treatment effectiveness.
The DeGangi-Berk Test of Sensory Integration (TSI) helps detect even subtle developmental deficits that can lead to learning difficulties.
The Delis–Kaplan Executive Function System (D–KEFS) provides an evaluation of higher-level cognitive funcitons in children and adults.
A quick measure of an individual’s behaviors related to executive function difficulties.
The DAYC-2 is a popular test used to identify children birth through 5-11 with possible delays in the following domains: cognition, communication, social-emotional development, physical development, and adaptive behavior. Each domain reflects an area mandated for assessment and intervention for young children in IDEA. Domains can be assessed independently or all together.
Developmental Test of Visual Perception (DTVP) measures visual perception and visual-motor integration skills in children.
School Form for user with Devereux Scales of Mental Disorders (DSMD) to indicate whether a child or adolescent is experiencing, or is at risk, for an emotional or behavioral disorder.
Devereux Scales of Mental Disorders (DSMD) to indicate whether a child or adolescent is experiencing, or is at risk, for an emotional or behavioral disorder. Treatment planning, outcome evaluation
Diagnostic Evaluation of Articulation and Phonology (DEAP) helps assess articulation, phonology and oral motor discorders. Differential diagnosis
The Diagnostic Evaluation of Language Variation™—Screening Test (DELV) is a screening test to distinguish between language variations and language disorder. Dialect, semantics, syntax, pragmatics, phonology
Neutralize the effects of language variations to accurately diagnose speech and language disorders.
Developmental Indicators for the Assessment of Learning (DIAL-3) is an early childhood screener in both English and Spanish.
Use the updated DIAL-4 (Developmental Indicators for the Assessment of Learning) screener to help predict academic success provides advantages for large groups. Provides time savings, easier administration and enhanced reliability.
Differential Ability Scales-II (DAS-II) cognitive assessment provides in-depth analysis of learning abilities (strengths and weaknesses), important to effective intervention.
The DAS-II Early Years Spanish Supplement enables you to obtain a more accurate picture of Spanish-speaking children’s cognitive strengths and needs by assessing them in their primary language.
Use the task of human figure drawing to reveal intellectual ability. Draw A Person: QSS can be used as a part of a comprehensive assessment, as a screening device, or as a supplement to other intelligence tests.
The Draw A Person: SPED (Screening Procedure for Emotional Disturbance) nonverbal, nonthreatening screening measure helps identify emotional or behavioral disorders in just 15 minutes.
Determine appropriate test accommodations based on empirical evidence using the new Dynamic Assessment of Test Accommodations (DATA). For individuals or groups of students with learning disabilities in grades 2 through 7, DATA can help multidisciplinary teams objectively determine appropriate test accommodations in order to meet IDEA reauthorization and ADA legislative requirements. Supplements Teacher Input Research findings indicate that DATA-derived decisions regarding accommodations are better predictors of enhanced student performance on standardized tests than teacher-based decisions alone.
Dyslexia Early Screening Test–Second Edition profile sstrengths and weaknesses often associated with dyslexia for optimal outcomes.
The Dyslexia Screening Instrument (DSI), a screening test for reading, spelling, writing, or language processing problems.
Use the Dyslexia Screening Test–Junior to identify Students at Risk for Reading Failure.
Use the Dyslexia Screening Test–Secondary (DST–S) to identify Students at Risk for Reading Failure.
Evaluate patients for swallowing problems in just 30 minutes. This kit includes a pocket-sized version of the evaluation in a flip book format for easy bedside administration. The protocol enables you to quickly evaluate the factors that may contribute to swallowing difficulties. It provides guidelines for conducting a feeding trial at bedside, and helps you know when to initiate, continue, or stop a swallowing evaluation. Results of the evaluation can help you determine whether a patient is appropriate for videofluoroscopy, and assist you in defining the variables and factors that need to be evaluated further through videofluoroscopy.
Early Math Diagnostic Assessment™ (EMDA™) can help you quickly screen children at risk for mathematics difficulties, target areas of needed instruction, and monitor skill attainment and intervention efforts.
Use the Early Reading Diagnostic Assessment®, Second Edition (ERDA® Second Edition) to identify early reading skills to target instruction.
the Early Screening Inventory-Revised (ESI-R) 2008 Edition is a brief developmental screening tool for young children.
The Early Screening Profiles (ESP) helps measure cognitive, language, motor, self-help, and social development.
Recognize and treat eating-related disorders with the Eating Inventory. This instrument assesses three dimensions of eating behavior: cognitive control of eating, disinhibition, and hunger. It is useful to design specific treatment programs, evaluate treatment programs for obesity, predict weight gain following smoking cessation, explain weight changes among depressed persons, and assess the behavior of bulimic patients.
The EIWA-III offers a Spanish-language adaptation of the popular Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, Third Edition (WAIS-III).
Escala de Inteligencia Wechsler Para Niños®—Revisada de Puerto Rico (EIWN–R PR)
Essentials of Assessment Report Writing is an instructive guide to preparing informative and accurate assessment reports for a variety of individuals and settings.
Obtain information in this new reference book about how to administer, score, and interpret the Bayley Scales of Infant Development®Second Edition (BSIDII). BSIDII measures the mental, motor, and behavioral development of children ages 1 to 42 months who have unusual developmental delays. Softcover, 256 pages.
Essentials of Behavioral Assessment provides interpretive and administrative guidelines for widely used assessments like the BASC. Hyperactivity, impulsivity, and ADHD.
Solidly grounded in psychometric theory and research, the cross-battery assessment approach is an efficient assessment method of integrating score data across several test batteries. Essentials of Cross-Battery Assessment, Third Edition includes coverage of the most frequently administered cognitive, achievement, and neuropsychological test batteries, and instructions on how to incorporate them into a comprehensive cross-battery assessment. p>
Essentials of DAS-II Assessment provides illuminating case reports, expert assessment of the test’s relative strengths and weaknesses, and valuable advice on its clinical applications.
Essentials of Individual Achievement Assessment is designed to help professionals acquire the knowledge and skills they need to effectively use major psychological assessments.
Essentials of NEPSY-II Assessment provides advice and guidance on how to administer, score, and interpret the test to use it properly.
Essentials of Specific Learning Disability Identification provides a brief overview examining the definitions and classification systems of—and methods for—identification of specific learning disabilities (SLDs).
Essentials of WAIS-IV Assessment, by Alan Kaufman, provides beginning and seasoned clinicians with guidelines to administering, scoring, and interpreting the WAIS.
Essentials of WIAT-III and KTEA-II Assessment provides practical, step-by-step instruction in the accurate and effective use of the tests.
This Resource, Essentials of WISC-IV Assessment with CD-ROM, Second Edition presents professionals with step-by-step instruction on scoring and interpreting the WISC-IV. Thoroughly updated, the new edition is now packaged with a CD-ROM for interpreting and scoring the WISC-IV.
A measure of expressive vocabulary and word retrieval for Standard American English. Conormed with the PPVT-III test.
The Expressive Vocabulary Test, Second Edition (EVT-2) is a measure of expressive vocabulary and word retrieval and Standard American English.
Handwriting program that will help students bridge writing to reading
FirstSTEp: Screening Test for Evaluating Preschoolers helps detect even mild developmental delays. Identify children who need in-depth diagnostic testing.
Fluharty Preschool Speech and Language Screening Test (FLUHARTY–2) screens preschool children to determine if they need a complete speech and language evaluation.
Help students achieve social competence goals with the Functional Assessment and Intervention System (FAIS). Teachers, parents, and student record observations.
Assess early literacy skills more easily and effectively with Get Ready to Read! Revised.
The Gifted Rating Scales are norm-referenced rating scales based on current theories of giftedness and federal and state guidelines regarding the definition of gifted and talented students. Pre-school and Kindergarten teachers complete the Pre-School/Kindergarten GRS-P form for children between the ages of 4:0 and 6:11 years. This form of GRSP contains brief scales covering five domains: intellectual, academic readiness, motivation, creativity and artistic talent. Teachers complete six brief scales on the School-Age GRSS form to evaluate children between the ages of 6:0 through 13:11 years who are in grades 1 - 8. The six domains include: intellectual, academic, motivation, creativity, leadership and artistic talent.
The GADS helps evaluate children with unique behavioral problems who may have Asperger's Disorder and differentiate from those who have autism or other related pervasive developmental disabilities.
A systematic measure of articulation of consonant sounds for children and young adults.
The Gray Oral Reading Test-Fourth Edition (GORT-4) is an individually administered test of oral reading ability. Twor forms, progress monitoring, oral reading strategies
Greenspan Social-Emotional Growth Chart, a screening questionnaire for infants and young children.
This book brings together leading experts from the fields of psychology and education, combining theory and applied empirical research on such crucial topics as conceptualization, types of intelligence, developmental considerations, and ethical and legal concerns. Particular attention is given to social and family contexts, and evidence-based strategies and interventions
Hare PCL: Youth Version (PCL:YV) helps identify psychopathology in adolescents
A useful checklist to help in mental health and criminal justice settings.
Hare Psychopathy Checklist Screening Version (PCL:SV) (Shorter version), provides a time-efficient, cost-effective screener
The Hare Psychopathy Checklist-Revised: (PCL-R) 2nd Edition helps assess psychopathic personality disorders in forensic populations.
The Holtzman Inkblot Technique (HIT) is an individually- or group-administered assessment of psychological problems and psychiatric disorders. Same clinical sensitivity as Rorschach.
Intervention guidance for social-emotional and competency developmental delays in young children
Provides a standard method for measuring an infant's sensory processing abilities. Helps therapist, early childhood teachers, and parents profile the effect of sensory processing on functional performance in the daily life of the infant. , Caregivers complete a judgment-based questionnaire, available in English or Spanish, reporting the frequency with which infants respond to various sensory experiences (Almost Always, Frequently, Occasionally, Seldom, or Almost Never. ), Provides validated and reliable scores as well as interpretation of results and case studies for your review.
Use this symptom checklist to screen your 7 to 30-month-old clients for sensory and regulatory disorders. Determine whether a child may have a predisposition toward developing sensory integrative disorders, attention deficits, or emotional, behavioral, or learning difficulties in just 10 minutes.
The IDEAS™ assessment is a self scored inventory that helps students and adults develop an awareness of possible career choices.
Brief screener to help identify adolescents at risk for suicide.
Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children, Second Edition (KABC-II) is a culturally fair ability test for children you serve. An individually administered measure of cognitive ability.
The Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test, Second Edition (KBIT-2) is a brief, individually administered measure of verbal and nonverbal cognitive ability.
The Kaufman Functional Academic Skills Test (K-FAST) is a quick measure of reading and math functional skills.
The Kaufman Short Neuropsychological Assessment Procedure (K-SNAP) is a brief, individually administered measure of cognitive functioning of adolescents and adults.
Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement, Second Edition (KTEA-II) provides a thorough assessment of the key academic skills in reading, math, written language, and oral language.
The KeyMath3 Diagnostic Assessment is an individually administered measure of essential mathematical concepts and skills.
Keymath-3 Essential Resources can help your math intervention program by tying it directly to the KeyMath-3 Diagnostic Assessment.
The KLPA-2: Khan-Lewis Phonological Analysis, Second Edition provides a comprehensive diagnosis of phonological processes, enabling you to make more informed therapy decisions.
The Lindamood Auditory Conceptualization Test (LAC-3) helps measure an individual's ability to perceive and conceptualize speech sounds using a visual medium.
Measurement and Assessment in Education, Second Edition: A pragmatic approach to the study of educational tests and measurement so that teachers understand essential psychometric concepts and apply them in the classroom.
The Miller Assessment for Preschoolers (MAP) helps you evaluate children for mild to moderate developmental delays.
Miller Function & Participation Scales help assess a child’s functional performance related to school participation.
Brief adolescent personality inventory with a strong clinical focus.
Assessment of adolescent personality characteristics
Assessment of psychosocial factors that may support or interfere with a chronically ill patient's course of medical treatment.
Assessment of DSM-IV®-related personality disorders and clinical syndromes.
An incisive assessment of offenders' character disorders that can lead to quicker, better, and more cost-effective decision-making.
Brief, comprehensive personality inventory specifically designed for college populations.
The MIPS Revised test helps assess normally functioning adults who may be experiencing difficulties in work, family, or social relationships.
Dr. Theodore Millon's theory of personality has guided the development and enhancement of the Millon™ Inventories. These brief inventories are closely correlated with DSM™ classification system of personality disorders.
Brief assessment of personality characteristics in troubled pre-adolescents.
Use the Minnesota Handwriting Assessment with first and second grade students to analyze handwriting skills, including standard manuscript and D'Nealian styles of print. Scores are based on 5 categories: legibility, form alignment, size and spacing.
The Movement Assessment Battery for Children (Movement ABC-2) can help identify problems or delays in motor development and assist in planning an intervention program.
Mullen Scales of Early Learning is a developmentally integrated system that assesses language, motor, and perceptual abilities.
Use the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test®-Individual Administration (NNAT®-Individual) to assess general reasoning ability in children and adolescents.
The NEPSY® - Second Edition (NEPSY® - II) is a customizable measure of a child's neurocognitive processes, allowing you to create a tailored assessment across six domains.
Use the Neurobehavioral Function Inventory (NFI) to develop effective treatment plans and measure change for patients with traumatic brain injury and other neurological disorders.
Neuropsychological Assessment and Intervention for Childhood and Adolescent Disorders provides a compelling and compassionate case study approach to a broad range of neuropsychological disorders.
Track the progress of your 1-year-old through adult clients and get results in less than an hour. Use this excellent resource For initial observations of skill levels, To re-evaluate previously observed skills, As a framework for developing your own therapy plan. You'll have easy-to-use recordkeeping forms that help you screen and categorize the many varieties of oral-motor movements and note specific patterns. As your client eats a typical meal, analyze lip/cheek movement, tongue movement, and jaw movement.
The Ounce Scale is an observational assessment for infants’ and toddlers’ growth, accomplishments, areas of difficulty, and temperament.
This performance monitoring tool can be used to help develop functional teacher- and parent-valued competencies connected to the essential skills children need to succeed in school and community settings. It provides a framework to teach progress monitoring to staff, including goal setting and attainment procedures, to address outcomes of interventions established across a wide range of issues at the individual, group or classroom, and system levels.
The Overall Assessment of the Speaker's Experience of Stuttering (OASES™) helps assess the full impact of stuttering with one brief tool.
Share a wealth of information with parents of preschool and school-age children with communication disorders. Cover topics ranging from specific disorders and explanations to activities parents can do at home with their children. This resource covers the emotional realities of living with a child who has special needs, and offers practical advice and encouragement. Several articles are written by parents, for parents.
Parent Articles for Early Intervention: Articles for parents of special needs children ages birth through 3 years. Practical information on therapeutic ways to interact with their child with special needs; 102 reproducible articles in all.
The Parenting Relationship Questionnaire (PRQ) is part of the BASC-2 family, helping you understand parent-child relationships.
The Parenting Satisfaction Scale (PSS) helps identify troubled parent-child relationships. Parenting attitudes, child custody, family therapy
The Parents' Observation of INfants and Toddlers (POINT) is a developmental rating scale designed to identify young children with potential problems who may be in need of further diagnostic assessment.
The Peabody Articulation Decks (PAD) include over 400 illustrated cards to help with articulation intervention.
The Peabody Developmental Motor Scales (PDMS–2) combine in-depth assessment with training or remediation of gross and fine motor skills.
Use Peabody Early Experiences Kit (PEEK) activities for cognitive, social and language skill development.
The Peabody Individual Achievement Test-Revised-Normative Update (PIAT-R/NU) helps measure academic achievement across six subtests: General Information, Reading Recognition, Reading Comprehension, Written Expression, Mathematics, Spelling.
The Peabody Language Development Kits (PLDK-1) include 180 lessons that present a balanced program of oral language and cognitive development with durable, inviting materials.
The Peabody Language Development Kits (PLDK-P) include materials that provide practice in labeling language, constructing sentences, and thinking logically.
PPVT™-4 (Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test, Fourth Edition ): the outstanding vocabulary assessment that has been unsurpassed for nearly a half century. Quick, easy, and reliable as ever, the test helps you foster growth in language and literacy.
PPVT-III (Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test) is a quick, easy, and reliable vocabulary assessment.
The Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory (PEDI) helps evaluate functional disabilities with score forms and an easy-to-understand manual. Stephen M. Haley, Wendy J. Coster, Larry H. Ludlow, Jane T. Haltiwanger, and Peter J. Andrellos
The Pediatric Videofluoroscopic Swallow Studies manual focuses on videofluoroscopic studies in children and reviews a child's anatomy and motor development as it relates to feeding.
Enable children to participate in goal setting with an innovative measure: Perceived Efficacy and Goal Setting System (PEGS)
Pervasive Developmental Disorders Screening Test-II (PDDST-II) helps detect autism at an early age to begin intervention.
The Picture File Stimulate is a collection of 584 pictures on sturdy card stock that help support speech activities.
Porteus Maze helps assess the ability to plan and change problem-solving approaches.
Brief assessment that helps identify the presence and symptom severity of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Use this early intervention assessment tool in a clinical or medical setting to determine if a 2- to 12-month-old child's motor skills are developmentally delayed. The assessment yields criterion-referenced scores and information that can be used to plan intervention and treatment programs. The results can also be used to document incremental progress over short time periods. The assessment is based on the dynamical systems theory and on the therapist's non-intrusive observation of the child's posture and fine motor abilities. The parent's presence during the evaluation is encouraged. The evaluation takes just 25 to 30 minutes.
The premier test for preliterate children on the path to reading success
Contributing to this book’s 12-chapter edition are 11 scholar programs (Alpine Learning Center; ASCENT; Autism Center at the University of Washington; CABAS Program; Children’s Unit at SUNY Binghamton; Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center; Groden Center; LEAP Program; Summit Academy Sussex Consortium; and Valley Program), answering a common set of questions concerning the treatment of very young children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, using a range of ABA technology
Preschool Language Scale, Fourth Edition (PLS-4) helps evaluate basic communication and language skills in young children.
Preschool Language Scale, Fourth Edition (PLS-4) Measure of Progress, helps conduct preschool or kindergarten speech and language skills screenings or identify children needing referrals.
Preschool Language Scale, Fourth Edition (PLS-4) Spanish Edition helps evaluate communicaiton and language skills in young children.
The PLS-5 Screening Test provides an efficient instrument to help you identify infants, toddlers, and young children at risk for a language disorder. Now available in English and in Spanish, this tool can help you screen for a broad spectrum of skills within six speech and language areas—in just 5 to 10 minutes.
Preschool Language Scales, Fifth Edition is an interactive, play-based assessment that provides comprehensive information about language skills for children at high risk for moderate-to-severe language delays.
A measurement of young children’s communication skills, developed for Spanish-speaking preschoolers.
The PrimerPASO Spanish language screener identifies children at risk for developmental delays.
Process Assessment of the Learner - Second Edition: Diagnostics for Math (PAL-II Math) assessment and intervention tool
Process Assessment of the Learner - Second Edition: Diagnostics for Reading and Writing (PAL-II Reading and Writing) assessment and intervention tool.
Research-supported reading and writing lesson plans and progress monitoring procedures
PAL Guides for Intervention use proven strategies to create positive learning outcomes for students.
Processing Power: A Guide to CAPD Assessment and Management helps bridge the gap between theory and therapy.
The Pyramids and Palm Trees Test helps determine the degree to which a subject can retrieve semantic information from pictures.
Raven's Advanced Progressive Matrices (APM) measures high-level observation skills, clear thinking ability and intellectual capacity to differentiate among people at the high end of intellectual ability.
Raven's Coloured Progressive Matrices (CPM) measures clear-thinking ability for children ages 5:0-11:0 years and older adults. The test consists of 36 items in 3 sets.
Raven's Standard Progressive Matrices (SPM) tests observation skills and clear-thinking ability. It offers insight about someone's capacity to observe, solve problems and learn.
Receptive and Expressive One-Word Picture Vocabulary Tests, Fourth Edition (EOWPVT-4, ROWPVT-4) help make accurate comparisons of receptive and expressive vocabulary skills.
Receptive-Expressive Emergent Language Test—Third Edition (REEL-3) helps identify infants and toddlers with language impairments.
The Resiliency Scales for Children & Adolescents™ measures the personal attributes of the child that are critical for resiliency.
Responsible Test Use: Case Studies for Assessing Human Behavior, Second Edition, is an interdisciplinary reference source for promoting quality assurance in testing.
The Reynolds Bully Victimization Scales are 3 self-report forms to assess a child's experience of bullying at school.
Rivermead Behavioural Memory Test for Children (RBMT–C) to objectively assess a range of everyday memory problems reported and observed in children with memory difficulties.
The classical test for psychological and psychiatric problems
Ross Information Processing Assessment (RIPA–2e) helps quantify communication and cognitive deficits, establish severity ratings, and develop treatment goals for clients following traumatic brain injury.
SCAN-3:A Tests for Auditory Processing Disorders in Adolescents and Adults is designed for individuals ages 13-50 years old.
SCAN–3:C Tests for Auditory Processing Disorders for children is designed to children ages 5-12 years old.
Administer to clients who have normal hearing acuity, but poor understanding of speech when listening conditions are less than optimal. Includes four subtestsFiltered Words, Auditory Figure Ground, Competing Words, and Competing Sentences. Use with a portable audiocassette player with two sets of headphones and a "y" adapter.
Give to children who have normal peripheral hearing but who appear to have poor listening skills, short auditory attention span, or difficulty understanding speech in the presence of background noise. SCANC helps rule out central auditory processing disorders and ADHD. Administer using a portable CD player or an audiometer with CD capabilities. The child repeats the words and sentences heard on the CD, which is produced by Auditec. This new edition includes: New child-friendly instructions with enhanced interpretation chapter and case studies. New norms for 5 to 11 year olds, with qualitative information on 3 and 4 year olds. New test/retest reliability and construct validity studies.
School Function Assessment (SFA) helps elementary school students with disabilities succeed by identifying their strengths and needs in important nonacademic functional tasks.
Use the School Motivation and Learning Strategies Inventory (SMALSI) to measure the skills related to academic success early on.
SenseAbilities Understanding Sensory Integration: Educate parents and teachers of 5 to 12 year olds with this reproducible training resource.
The Sensory Profile helps you understand a child's sensory processing patterns in everyday situations and profile the sensory system's effect on functional performance.
The Sensory Profile School Companion is a standardized assessment using teacher observations of student sensory processing skills.
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Examine handwriting skills of children from preschool to third grade with Shore Handwriting Screening: For Early Handwriting Development.
Job-specific content helps ensure relevance.
Sleep Disorders Inventory for Students (SDIS) for accurate and valid sleep disorder screening instruments for children and adolescents.
With accessible language and numerous examples, the book Social & Emotional Development provides a look at best practices in early childhood.
The SSIS Performance Screening Guide focuses on observable behaviors in four skill areas: Prosocial Behaviors, Motivation to Learn, Reading Skills, Math Skills.
The Social Skills Improvement System (SSIS) Classwide Intervention Program helps provide interventions that focus on the top 10 social skills.
This guide is designed to help you plan and implement remediation strategies that are directly tied to problems identified by th SSIS Rating Scales.
The Social Skills Improvement System (SSIS) Rating Scales help evaluate social skills, problem behaviors, and academic competence.
Use the SSIS (Social Skills Improvement System) Guide to plan and implement interventions to improve students' social skills.
This is the original Social Skills Rating System. It has been replaced by the SSIS (Social Skills Improvement System) Rating Scales.
Proven, scientifically based supplemental resource
Practical information to analyze elements of involuntary movements and automatic reactions with the developing infant or the child who has central nervous system deficits. This resource provides both students and experienced practitioners with a comprehensive overview and historical perspective of the theories of motor control and introduces the Spatial, Temporal, and Physical Theory of Motor Control.
Speak Freely: Essential Speech Skills for School-Age Children who Stutter can help your students develop skills for managing their speech fluency.
The Special Education Almanac is a collection of articles and resources for special education professionals.
Quickly identify students who have difficulty with mathematics
Determine math strengths and needs quickly online
A shortened version of the valid and reliable Stanford Diagnostic Reading Test, Fourth Edition (SDRT 4), is now available to help teachers quickly determine which students need additional assessment and instruction in reading.
Quickly determine reading strengths and needs online
The Stanford suite of products have been trusted to guide teaching and learning toward high academic standards for many years. You can rely on the entire suite to identify student strengths and needs, effectively place students in appropriate programs and perform instructional planning.
The Street Survival Skills Questionnaire (SSSQ) assesses functional impairment, independent living skills, and appropriate vocational and residential placement for children, adolescents, and adults with physical, mental, or developmental disabilities.
Revised edition includes new photos and items, updated norms, and added chapters in the manual. 54 new full-color photographs of everyday situations and objects are paired with simple verbal questions and statements to elicit specific morphological and syntactic structures. Readily identify language strengths and weaknesses in the area of morphology and syntax. Analyze specific language structures that may not occur in spontaneous language samples. Updated pictures reflect a more current or non-biased representation of familiar contexts. New reliability and validity studies are reported.
Structured Photographic Expressive Language Test-Preschool 2 probes a child’s ability to generate early developing morphological and syntactic forms.
Student Styles Questionnaire analyzes students in four scales: Extroverted/Introverted, Thinking/Feeling, Practical/Imaginative, and Organized/Flexible.
SSI-4 (Stuttering Severity Instrument, Fourth Edition) is a norm-referenced assessment of stuttering in four areas of speech behavior: frequency, duration, & Physical Concomitants.
Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory - Third Edition (SASSI-3) to quickly identify adolescents and adults likely to have a substance abuse disorder.
You'll have the tools to evaluate morphology, develop an instructional program, and teach bound and irregular morphemes. The manual outlines the basic tenets of morphology and describes methods of: evaluating bound morphology (i.e. morphemes that must be joined to a stand-alone morpheme to convey meaning-walked); using linguistic rules to teach morphology in the appropriate developmental sequence.
Test de Vocabulario en Imagenes Peabody (TVIP) helps measure the vocabulary of Spanish-speaking and bilingual students. tvip,test de vocabulario,receptive vocabulary,spanish,ppvt,ppvt-iii,ppvt-r,dunn,language development
Test for Auditory Comprehension of Language-3rd Edition (TACL-3) is an individually administered measure of receptive spoken grammar and syntax.
TOAL-4 (Test of Adolescent and Adult Language) is a measure of receptive and expressive language skills. Assess listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills.
Diagnose word-finding problems quickly and reliably with the TAWF. This test is ideal for use with adolescents and adults with learning disabilities, traumatic brain injury, or mild aphasia.
An individually administered test of spoken language abilities.
Test of Early Reading Ability (TERA-3) is a measure of early reading abilities.
The Test of Everyday Attention for Children (TEA-Ch) helps measure selective attention, sustained attention and attentional switching in children and adolescents.
Measure selective attention, sustained attention and attentional switching
The Test of Gross Motor Development (TGMD–2) helps identify infants and young children who may benefit from early intervention. Gross motor skill development, special education services, physical education
Test of Language Competence – Expanded Edition (TLC–Expanded) helps determine students' language strategies, assist in developing remediation plans, and write Individual Education Plan (IEP) goals and objectives.
TOLD-I:4 (Test of Language Development-Intermediate) is an individually administered language battery.
Test of Language Development-Primary, Fourth Edition (TOLD-P:4) is an individually administered language battery.
Test of Memory and Learning, Second Edition (TOMAL-2) is a nationally standardized test for evaluating general and specific memory functions.
Test of Minimal Articulation Competence (T-MAC) helps assess the severity of articulation disorders.
The Test of Nonverbal Intelligence, Fourth Edition (TONI-4) is a language-free measure of cognitive ability. Test of Nonverbal Intelligence, Fourth Edition (TONI-4)
Measures phonological awareness ability in Spanish-speaking children
A test of silent reading comprehension
The Test of Word Knowledge (TOWK) identifies students who lack (or excel in) the semantic skills and repertories that are the foundation of mature language use in thinking, learning, and communication. It also provides a valuable criterion measure for evaluating residual or recovered semantic knowledge following traumatic head injury or acquired aphasia. TOWK evaluates knowledge of figurative language, multiple meanings, conjunctions and transition words, receptive and expressive vocabulary, and more. You can evaluate specific problem areas or administer all subtests as a comprehensive assessment of semantic skills.
TOWL-4 (Test of Written Language - Intermediate) is a norm-referenced, comprehensive diagnostic test of written expression.
The Test of Written Spelling–Fifth Edition (TWS-5) is an accurate and efficient instrument that uses a dictated-word format to assess spelling skills in school-age children and adolescents.
The Apraxia Profile helps determine if apraxia is a component of intelligibility deficits. Oral apraxia, oral-motor sequences and movements.
The Bridge of Vocabulary: Evidence - Based Activities for Academic Success offers the only explicit vocabulary intervention program tied to evidence-based research and curriculum standards and developed for both general and special educators.
Determine the tone and posture of 4- to 18-month-old infants with this effective assessment tool. Use to evaluate infants who are born prematurely, treated in neonatal intensive care, affected by sickness such as meningitis and heart failure, or developing slowly. Improve your ability to assess infants with these well-researched techniques. You'll have scoring guidelines and a concise two-page assessment form to measure and score results. Keep your heavy caseload under control with computer-compatible forms.
The book provides an introduction to basic issues in the development and administration of the MMPI as well as a step-by-step procedure for interpreting the test. Additionally, the author discusses the use of the MMPI-2 with special groups and reviews the use and interpretation of critical items, special scales, and short forms.
Help individuals express their personal problems with this simple-to-administer checklist. The Mooney Problem Check Lists are also useful for increasing teacher understanding of students and for preparing students for counseling interviews. Typical areas covered by the Check Lists are health and physical development; home and family; morals and religion; courtship, sex, and marriage.
Assess quality of movement using this tool Lucy Jane Miller brings you the NDT- and SI-based assessment you've been waiting for. Now you can evaluate the overall quality of infant and toddler movement rather than isolated skills. Use this diagnostic assessment to measure changes in children, birth to 3 1/2 years old, who have atypical motor development. Obtain standard scores on five subtests and track change over time using individual growth scores. Test with confidence using this nationally standardized assessment. You'll have reliable and valid scores based on six years of comprehensive research. Consider the validity of parent-elicited play and naturalistic sequences of movement.
The Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) reveals some of the dominant drives, emotions, conflicts, and complexities of personality. Helps record and analyze client stories.
The book Thinking Like a Teacher helps teachers connect child development, instruction, and curriculum to teaching, learning, and assessment. Based on The Work Sampling System®, this book provides directions and worksheets so that teachers can effectively use observational assessments to gauge students’ learning in a variety of grades and subjects.
Appropriate for use with any age and ability level, this resource is a valuable tool for therapists, teachers, and parents.
Verbal Motor Production Assessment for Children (VMPAC) helps assess neuromotor integrity of the motor speech system. Pinpoint where the child begins to have difficulty, with items arranged from basic to complex.
Since the beginning, Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales has been a leading measure of personal and social skills needed for everyday living. Psychologists and other professionals continue to depend on it to identify individuals who have Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, developmental delays, autism spectrum disorders, and other impairments. Not only does Vineland aid in diagnosis, but it gives you valuable information for developing educational and treatment plans.
The Vineland Social-Emotional Early Childhood Scales (Vineland SEEC) is a measure of social-emotional skills in early childhood.
The WASI-II offers a brief, reliable measure of cognitive ability that maintains the format and structure of the original WASI while featuring new content and improvements. The instrument helps screen for both intellectual disability and giftedness.
The WASI (Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence) is a screener of verbal, non-verbal, and general cognitive ability. Used for both intellectual ability and giftedness.
The predecessor of the WAIS-IV, the WAIS-III measure cognitive functioning in adults, ages 16:0 to 89:11 years.
Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale—Fourth Edition (WAIS–IV) provides the most advanced adult measure of cognitive ability. Domains: verbal comprehension, perceptual reasoning, working memory, processing speed
Wechsler Fundamentals: Academic Skills Assess reading ability, spelling ability, and math calculation skills. Determine where to begin diagnostic evaluations and interventions.
Wechsler Individual Achievement Test®–Third Edition (WIAT®–III) helps assess academic strengths and weaknesses, covering 8 areas specified by IDEA. Reading, math, writing,
WISC-IV Spanish (Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children) is an overall cognitive ability measure.
The WISC-IV (Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children) is a cognitive ability assessment of verbal comprehension, perceptual reasoning, working memory, and processing speed.
Wechsler Memory Scale – Fourth Edition (WMS-IV), the most widely used scale of adult memory abilities, for adolescents and adults.
The Wechsler Nonverbal Scale of Ability (WNV) Helps assess cognitive ability regardless of language spoken. Nonverbal, intelligence, special populations
The leading measure of cognitive ability for preschoolers and young children has been revised. The WPPSI-IV helps assess three domains of intelligence that affect cognitive behavior.
The WPPSI-III (Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence) helps measure overall cognitive ability for preschool age children. Language or learning disabilities, traumatic brain injury
Western Aphasia Battery–Revised is two tools in one—a complete battery and a bedside instrument to quickly diagnose moderate to severe aphasia.
Using an approach that is fun and easy, Winning Ways to Learn provides ideas for parents and caregivers to use that help children learn as you go about your everyday activities.
The guide Word Finding Intervention Program (WFIP-2) provides professionals with interventions to address a learner's word-finding skills.
Work Sampling System For Head Start is a curriculum-embedded assessment to help systematically document children’s developmental skills, knowledge, behavior and academics.
The Work Sampling System is a curriculum-embedded, observational assessment of children’s developmental skills, knowledge, behavior and academics.
The Woodcock Reading Mastery Tests, Third Edition (WRMT-III) helps assess reading readiness and reading achievement.
Woodcock Reading Mastery Tests - Revised-Normative Update (WRMT-R/NU) is an individual assessment of reading skills for children and adults.
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