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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
NB: Only available to schools and educational establishments based in the Republic of Ireland
Age Range: 6 years 6 months to 11 years 5 months
Administration: Individual – 30 minutes
Qualification Code: A – See: www.otb.ie/qualification-codes
NB: Please note that the CD that accompanies this assessment can only be used with the now outdated Windows XP.
The Dyslexia Screening Test now covers primary and secondary school-aged children in two separate assessments. The division of the DST into two tests, DST – Junior and DST – Secondary, include extra subtests which are particularly relevant to the age group. The DST-J provides a profile of strengths and weaknesses which can be used to guide the development of in-school support for the child. New theoretical developments in dyslexia research suggest that it should be possible to identify both slow learners and potential dyslexic children at the age of 5 or 6 years, in time for greater reading support. The DST-J is designed for early identification of children who are at risk of reading failure so that they can be given extra support at school. The DST-J replaces the best-selling DST and reflects changes in theory and practice since this initial publication with additional subtests, validation studies and case histories and scoring software.
The DST-J consists of the following subtests:
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Ages: 5-8 (Lower Primary), Ages: 8-10 (Middle Primary), Ages: 10-12 (Upper Primary)
Examiner's Manual, Envelope 1 (containing 14 Subtest Cards and Sample Permission Letter), Envelope 2 (containing Score Keys), Balance Tester, blindfold, beads, cord, CD, Scoring Software, Pack of 50 Score Sheets, Canvas Shoulder Bag
Angela Fawcett, Rod Nicolson
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