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The BIAP is a screening instrument designed to assist teachers in identifying the particular strengths and needs of children in the infants classes of primary schools
This UK numeracy test is delivered orally, so assesses students’ numeracy skills rather than their reading ability. This makes it an ideal assessment for use with poor readers.
Screen readiness concept knowledge with the Bracken School Readiness Assessment
The Detailed Assessment of Speed of Handwriting (DASH 17+) is a reliable, age-appropriate measure of handwriting speed for students aged 17-25 years in further and higher education.
The DAST has been designed to be used as a screening instrument, for use routinely within further education establishments and the commercial workplace.
The Diagnostic Reading Analysis is a modern oral reading test designed specifically for less able readers from 7 to 16 years.
The Diagnostic Spelling Tests provide a series of standardised group or individual spelling tests for pupils throughout their school years and beyond. Each test is easy to administer and available in parallel forms A and B, which are carefully matched in content, style and difficulty.
The DST-J provides a profile of strengths and weaknesses which can be used to guide the development of in-school support for the dyslexic child
The M.a.L.T. Stage 1 Starter Kit offers an approach to standarised mathematics assessment for mean ages 5-7 (range: 4.0 to 8.5 years).
The M.a.L.T. Stage 3 Starter Kit offers a ground-breaking approach to standarised mathematics assessment for ages 12-14.
The authors assert that educators must focus assessment on mindfulness and feedback for improvement, framing assessment around six fluencies students need to cultivate.
The NNRIT tests assess aspects of language and thinking that are not necessarily represented in measures of pupil attainments and help to pinpoint low-achieving and slow-reading pupils who may have high underlying ability. Oral administration allows poor readers to do themselves full justice.
The PEP-3 is a revision of the popular instrument that has been used for more than 20 years to assess the skills and behaviors of children with autism and communicative disabilities who function between the ages of 6 months to 7 years.
The Renfrew Language Scales provide a norm-referenced means of assessing children’s speech and language. As they are norm-referenced, a child’s score can be compared with scores achieved by children of a similar age.
The WIAT-III Third UK edition for Teachers (WIAT-III UK-T) is a UK-normed battery of five subtests to test key aspects of literacy
The WRAT5 provides an accurate and easy-to-administer way to assess and monitor the reading, spelling and maths skills in people aged 5–85+ and helps identify possible learning disabilities.
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