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Academic Achievement Assessments
Diagnostic Achievement Battery-3 [DAB-3]
Diagnostic Achievement Battery-3 [DAB-3]
Phyllis L. Newcomer
The revision of the DAB uses fourteen short subtests to determine a child's
strengths and weaknesses across several areas of achievement. Scores from these
subtests can be combined to form eight composites: Total Achievement, Listening,
Speaking, Reading, Writing, Mathematics, Spoken Language, and Written Language.
The DAB-3 generates standard scores (M=10, SD-3 for subtests, and M=100, SD=15
for the composites), percentile ranks, and age/grade equivalents. The test was
standardized on 1,534 students in 13 states. The sample is representative of
the national population with regard to gender, race, ethnicity, geographic region,
and urban/rural residence.
Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children - Second Edition [KABC-II]
Alan S. Kaufman, Nadeen L. Kaufman
The Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children, Second Edition (KABC-II)
is an assessment tool you can use for all children. It offers high quality thoroughness,
and attention to cultural fairness.
Norris Educational Achievement Test [NEAT]
Janet Switzer, Christian P. Gruber
The Norris Educational Achievement Test gives school and clinical psychologists a standard assessment of basic educational abilities in just 30 minutes. Individually administered, the NEAT can be used with children and adolescents from 4 years to 18 years of age. (The Technical Manual provides instructions for using the test with adults as well.) Readiness Tests - Fine Motor Coordination, Math Concepts, and Letters - are used to assess children between four and six years of age;Achievement Tests - Word Recognition, Spelling, and Arithmetic, Oral Reading and Comprehension, and Written Language - are used to evaluate examinees age six and older. The NEAT provides scores for each test with both grade and age norms, plus an Overall Readiness or Achievement Score, which is useful in making placement decisions. These are reported as standard scores, percentiles, and stanines.Complete
School Motivation and Learning Strategies Inventory [SMALSI]
Kathy Stroud, Cecil Reynolds
Measure the skills related to academic success early in a student's school career with this new test! Designed for both special education and general education students, this self-report inventory assesses 10 primary constructs associated with academic motivation, learning strategies, and study habits - 7 focusing on student strengths:study strategies, note taking/listening skills. reading and comprehension strategies, writing/research skills, test-taking strategies, organizational techniques, time management- 3 focusing on student liabilities: low academic motivation, test anxiety, concentration/academic difficulties. Scores from these scales provide enough information to identify problems that interfere with academic development. An Inconsistent Responding Index is also included as a validity measure. The SMALSI is available in two forms. The Child Form (147 items) is for students 8 years through 12 years of age;the Teen Form (170 items) is for 13- to 18-year olds. Both forms are written at a third-grade reading level and can be completed in about 20 to 30 minutes.Complete
Test of Academic Achievement Skills - Revised [TAAS-R]
Morrison F. Gardner
The revision of the Test of Academic Achievement Skills has strengthened
all of the original subtests and includes a new subtest - Oral Reading Stories
and Comprehension. In addition to the new subtest, the revision includes the
following subtests: Spelling, Letter Reading and Word Reading, Listening Comprehension,
Oral Reading Stories and Comprehension, and Arithmetic.
Young Children's Achievement Test [YCAT]
Wayne P. Hresko, Pamela K. Peak, Shelley R. Herron, Deanna L. Bridges
The Young Children's Achievement Test (YCAT) represents a major improvement in the early identification of children ages 4-0 through 7-11 who are at risk for school failure. It yields an overall Early Achievement standard score, and individual subtest standard scores for General Information, Reading, Writing, Mathematics, and Spoken Language. The individual subtests for General Information, Reading, Writing, Mathematics, and Spoken Language can be given independent of each other, leading to flexible testing sessions. Standard scores (with a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 15), percentiles, and age equivalents are provided for both the subtests and the composite.
Testing time is approximately 25 to 45 minutes on an individual basis.Complete
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