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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.
NB: Only available to schools and educational establishments based in the Republic of Ireland
Qualification Level: A
NNRIT: New Non-Reading Intelligence Tests: Oral Verbal group tests of general ability – Age Suitability: 6:2 to 13:10
Components of NNRIT (Select from ‘Choose an Option’ above):
Ages: 5-8 (Lower Primary), Ages: 8-10 (Middle Primary), Ages: 10-12 (Upper Primary), Ages: 12-15 (Junior Secondary)
NNRIT: Starter Kit, NNRIT: Specimen Set, NNRIT: Manual, NNRIT: Form 1 – Pack of 10 (Age: 6:2 to 8:7) BROWN, NNRIT: Form 2 – Pack of 10 (Age: 7:2 to 9:7) BLUE, NNRIT: Form 3 – Pack of 10 (Age: 8:2 to 13:11) GREEN, NNRIT: Marking Template
Colin McCarty, D. Young
The ‘Kindfully Me’ series consists of three colourfully illustrated children’s books that introduce children to practices of mindfulness, kindness, compassion and gratitude.
Choose an Option:: W2W Book A: Teacher Book
The Welcome to Well-Being programme is a multi-year programme for children from Junior Infants to First Class (Ages: 4-7+). It is designed to enhance children’s well-being across all dimensions – social, emotional, spiritual, physical and mental.
This practical resource provides a complete programme of ideas for developing a child’s short-term memory skills.
The revised SALF (Self Assessment and Learning Folders) provides schools and teachers with a structured framework that bridges teacher-led learning and assessment with child-led learning and assessment. These guidelines are based on socio-constructivist principles of learning and provide a framework for teachers that enable children to become more active in their own learning and in the assessment of that learning (Assessment for Learning – AfL).
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 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.
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