€ 59.95 – € 210.95
NB: Only available to Republic of Ireland clients who meet the qualification code criteria below.
Publication Year: 2007
Age Range: 9 years to 16 years 11 months
Administration: Group or individual – complete battery: maximum 30 minutes
Qualification Code: A
The Detailed Assessment of Speed of Handwriting is ideal for providing evidence for Access Arrangements for Key Stage 2 (UK) National Curriculum Tests and for General Qualifications. It can also play a role in identifying children with handwriting difficulties and provides relevant information for planning intervention. The assessment includes five subtests, each testing a different aspect of handwriting speed. The subtests examine fine motor and precision skills, the speed of producing well-known symbolic material, the ability to alter speed of performance on two tasks with identical content and free writing competency.
Also available is the DASH17+ for students aged 17-25 years in further and higher education. Standardised subtest and composite scores are provided, based on a nationally stratified normative sample of over 500 children collected across the UK in 2006.
Complete Kit includes: Examiner’s manual, laminated reproducible test cards, a timer and 25 record forms in a bag.
Ages: 8-10 (Middle Primary), Ages: 10-12 (Upper Primary), Ages: 12-15 (Junior Secondary), Ages: 15-18 (Senior Secondary)
Complete Kit includes: Examiner's manual, laminated reproducible test cards, a timer and 25 record forms in a bag.
Anna Barnett, Beverly Scheib, Joerg Schulz, Sheila E. Henderson
DASH: Complete Kit (9 years to 16 years 11 months), DASH: Record forms (Pack of 25)
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