Iowa Tests of Basic Skills ITBS Forms A B and C

Type Group administered achievement test battery Purpose To provide a comprehensive assessment of student progress in major content areas Copyright: 2001 Form A 2003 Form B 2007 Form C Norms 2000 2005 Grades K 8 Levels 5 14 Time 30 minutes or less for each test Benefits Provides educators diagnostic data that can drive remediation and better preparation for other high stakes assessments Offers another choice in test forms along with the benefits of current scoring options with Form C Form C

Iowa Tests of Educational Development (ITED)

Type: Group-administered high school achievement test battery Purpose: To assess academic skills that represent the long-term goals of secondary education particularly the critical thinking skills of analysis and evaluation Copyright: 2001 - Form A 2003 - Form B 2007 - Form C Norms: 2000 2005 Grades: 9–12 (Levels 15- 16 and 17/18) Time: 40 minutes or less for each subtes Scoring: Hand - local and central scoring options are available Benefits • Offers educators diagnostic

Woodcock-Johnson® III Diagnostic Reading Battery (WJ III® DRB)

type: A measure of important dimension of phonological awareness- phonics knowledge- reading achievement and related oral language abilities Purpose: The WJ III DRB is an individually administered diagnostic test that assesses reading achievement and important related reading abilities. Ages: 2 to 90 + years Times: 5-10 minutes per test Scoring: The WJ III DRB Scoring and Reporting Program is included with each kit and provides several types of interpretative

Woodcock-Johnson® III Normative Update (NU) Tests of Achievement Forms A and B

Type: Test of Achievement Purpose: Measures academic achievement. Ages: 2 to 90+ year Times: Varies- about 5 minutes per test Scoring: The WJIII NU Compuscore® and Profiles Program. Program quickly converts raw scores to derived scores to meet all basic scoring and reporting needs. The Woodcock Interpretation and Instructional Interventions Program™ (WIIIP™) is an expert system for interpreting test results that expands on the benefits of Compuscore by providing direct links between

Woodcock-Johnson® III Normative Update (NU) Brief Battery

Purpose: Brief measure of academic achievement ideal for screening- progress monitoring- and reevaluations Ages: 2 to 90+ years Grades: K to graduate school Times: 15–45 minutes Scoring: The WJIII NU Compuscore® and Profiles Program quickly converts raw scores to derived scores to meet all basic scoring and reporting needs. The Woodcock Interpretation and Instructional Interventions Program™ (WIIIP™) is an expert system for interpreting test results that expands on the benefits of

Beta III

Type: A nonverbal measure of cognitive abilities in adults Administration: 30 minutes Test Setting: Individual or Group Publication Date: 1999 Ages / Grades: 16 years and older Norms: Scaled Scores- General IQ Score- Percentile Ranks Language: English and Spanish

Career Assessment Inventory™- The Enhanced Version

Type: Occupational interest inventory for college-bound and non-college-bound individuals. Administration: Paper-and-pencil- computer- Internet administration Administer to: Individuals 15 years and older Completion Time: 35–40 minutes (370 items with 5-point rating scales) Reading Level: 8th grade Report Options: Profile and Interpretive Norms: 900 working adults and students Language: Available in

Career Assessment Inventory™- The Vocational Version

Administration: Paper-and-pencil- computer- Internet administration Administer to: Individuals 15 years and older Completion Time: 35–40 minutes (370 items with 5-point rating scales) Reading Level: 8th grade Report Options: Profile and Interpretive Norms: 1,500 working adults Language: Available in

ASDS: Asperger Syndrome Diagnostic Scale

Ages: 5 through 18 Testing Time: 10 to 15 minutes Administration: Individual The Asperger Syndrome Diagnostic Scale (ASDS) is a quick easy-to-use rating scale that can help you determine whether a child has Asperger Syndrome. Anyone who knows the child or youth well can complete this scale. Parents- teachers- siblings- paraeducators- speech¬language pathologists- psychologists- psychiatrists-and other professionals can answer the 50 yes/no items in 10 to 15 minutes. COMPLETE ASDS KIT

GADS: Gilliam Asperger Disorder Scale

Ages: 3-0 through 22-0 Testing Time: 5 to 10 minutes Administration: Individual The Gilliam Asperger Disorder Scale is a norm referenced test designed to evaluate children with unique behavioral problems who may have Aspergers Disorder. Based on the most current and relevant definitions and diagnostic criteria of Aspergers Disorder- the GADS is useful for contributing valuable information toward the identification of children who have this disorder. Easily completed by a parent and

PEP–3: Psychoeducational Profile — Third Edition

Ages: 6 months through 7 years Testing Time: 45 minutes to 1.5 hours Administration: Individual 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 profile resulting from the PEP–3 graphically charts uneven and idiosyncratic development emerging skills and autistic behavioral characteristics.

Adaptive Living Skills Curriculum (ALSC)

Type: Curriculum Purpose: Provides a complete curriculum for independent living Measures: Personal Living Skills- Home Living Skills- Community Living Skills- and Employment Skills Ages: Infancy to 40+ years Times: Varies General Information The ALSC is a complete curriculum based on important- real-life behaviors that an individual needs to live successfully and independently in natural community settings. It provides an instructional unit for each behavior in CALS. Each unit

Checklist of Adaptive Living Skills (CALS)

Purpose: Measures adaptive living skills Measures: Personal Living Skills- Home Living Skills- Community Living Skills- and Employment Skills Ages: Infancy to 40+ years Times: Approximately 60 minutes Scoring: Hand-scoring General Information The Checklist of Adaptive Living Skills (CALS) and the Adaptive Living Skills Curriculum (ALSC) are part of an integrated systems approach that links assessment- instruction- and evaluation. They are statistically linked to the Scales of

Responsibility and Independence Scale for Adolescents (RISA)

Type: Adaptive Behavior Assessment Purpose: Measures adolescents adaptive behavior Measures: Domestic Skills Money Management - Citizenship- Personal Planning- Transportation Skills- Career Development- Self-Management- Social Maturity- and Social Communication Ages: 12 to 19 years Times: 30-45 minutes Scoring: PR and SS General Information The Responsibility and Independence Scale for Adolescents (RISA) is a nationally standardized instrument specifically designed to measure

SCALES: Scales for Diagnosing Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

Ages: 5 through 18 Testing Time: 15 to 20 minutes Administration: Individual The Scales for Diagnosing Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (SCALES) is an exciting new assessment tool that accurately identifies and evaluates Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder in children ages 5 through 18. The SCALES breaks new ground in the assessment of ADHD by combining several notable features: • the flexibility to evaluate a childs behavior using either normative benchmarks or

Beck Hopelessness Scale® (BHS)®

Purpose : Measure negative attitudes about the future Administration: 5 to 10 minutes self-administered or verbally by a trained administrator Publication Date: 1988- 1993 Ages / Grades: 17 through 80 years (recommended) Forms: English and Spanish

Beck Scale for Suicide Ideation® (BSS)®

Purpose : Evaluate suicidal thinking Administration: 5 to 10 minutes- self-administered or verbally by a trained administrator Publication Date: 1991 Ages / Grades: 17 years and older Forms: English and Spanish

(Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 (MMPI-2

Administration: Paper-and-pencil -CD- or computer administration Administer to: Individuals 18 years and older Completion Time: 60-90 minutes (567 true/false items) Reading Level: 5 grade (Lexile average) 4.6 grade (Flesch-Kincaid) Publication Date: 1989 revised 2001

Posttraumatic Stress Diagnostic Scale (PDS)®

Type: Brief assessment that helps identify the presence and symptom severity of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Administration: Paper-and-pencil or computer administration Time : 10–15 minutes (49 items) Ages / Grades: Individuals 18 to 65 years old Norms: Men and women who had experienced a traumatic

Rorschach® Technique

Type : The classical test for psychological and psychiatric problems Administration: Untimed Publication Date: 1945 Ages / Grades: 5 years to adult Norms: In Exner Vol. 1 and Workbook Forms: 10 inkblot designs

Batería III Woodcock-Munoz

Type: Two distinct co-normed cognitive and achievement batteries Purpose: Provides a comprehensive system for measuring general intellectual ability (including bilingual and low verbal) specific cognitive abilities- scholastic aptitude- oral language- and academic achievement Ages: 2 to 90+ years Times: Varies- about 5–10 minutes per test Cognitive Standard 7 tests (35–45 minutes) Achievement Standard 11 tests (55–65 minutes) Diagnostic Supplement supplies an additional 11 cognitive

Das•Naglieri Cognitive Assessment System (CAS)

Type: Cognitive ability assessment Measures: Planning- Attention- Simultaneous- and Successive Processes. Ages: 5 to 17-11 years Times: 40 minutes for the Basic Battery (8 subtests) or 60 minutes for the Standard Battery Benefits: • Useful in identification of disorders of basic psychological processes • Predicts achievement • Features an 8-subtest Basic Battery and a 12-subtest Standard Battery for flexible administration options • Facilitates the identification of

Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test™ (UNIT™)

Purpose: An equitable assessment of general intelligence- measured nonverbally Ages: 5-0 to 17-11 years Administration Time: 10-15 minutes for the Abbreviated Battery 30 minutes for the Standard Battery and 45 minutes for the Extended Battery Scores: SS- PR- and Confidence Intervals for all Quotients Scaled Scores and Test Age Equivalents for all subtests Benefits: • Entirely nonverbal stimulus • Three testing options including: Abbreviate- Standard and Extended batteries • May

Woodcock-Johnson® III Normative Update (NU) Complete

Purpose: A co-normed set of tests for measuring general intellectual ability- specific cognitive abilities- oral language- and academic achievement Ages: 2 to 90+ years Administration Times: Approximately 5 minutes per test for each battery: Achievement- Cognitive- and Diagnostic Supplement. Scoring: PR- SS- AE- GE- NCE- stanine- T score- z score- W score- RPI- CALP levels-instructional zones- and developmental zones Benefits: •Supports Response to Intervention (RTI) model

Creativity Assessment Packet (CAP)

Ages: 6 through 18 Testing Time: 20-25 minutes Administration: Group The CAP measures the cognitive thought factors of fluency- flexibility- elaboration- originality- vocabulary- and comprehension. CAP is a test packet consisting of two group-administered instruments for children: the Test of Divergent Thinking (Forms A and B) and the Test of Divergent Feeling. A third instrument- The Williams Scale- is a rating instrument for teachers and parents of the same tested factors among

Gifted and Talented Evaluation Scales (GATES)

Ages: 5 through 18 Testing Time: 5 to 10 minutes Administration: Individual The GATES is an innovative- quick approach for identifying students ages 5 to 18 who are gifted and talented. Based on the most current federal and state definitions- the GATES satisfies the critical national need for a norm-referenced instrument that assesses the characteristics- skills- and talents of gifted students. The GATES was normed in 1995 on a representative national sample of over 1000 persons who were

PCA: Profile of Creative Abilities

Ages: 5-0 to 14-11 Testing Time: 30 to 40 minutes Administration: Individual or Small Group The Profile of Creative Abilities (PCA) is a measure of creative ability. It is specifically designed to (1) identify students gifted in the area creative thinking, (2) monitor progress in classes of creative thinking- and (3) serve as a research tool. It was normed on a sample of 640 individuals in 11 states: Colorado- Connecticut- Indiana- Massachusetts- Maine- Missouri- New York- Oregon- Texas-

SAGES-2: Screening Assessment for Gifted Elementary and Middle School Students – Second Edition

Ages: 5-0 through 14-11 Testing Time: 20 minutes each Administration: Individual or group The SAGES-¬2 is helpful in identifying gifted students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Its three subtests sample aspects of two of the most commonly used areas for identifying gifted students: aptitude and achievement. Aptitude is measured via the Reasoning subtest: The student is asked to solve analogical problems by identifying relationships among pictures and figures. The other two subtests

TOMAGS: Test of Mathematical Abilities for Gifted Students

Ages: Grades K through 6 Testing Time: 30 to 60 minutes Administration: Individual or Group Use the Primary Level (grades K¬3) or the Intermediate Level (grades 4-6) of this standardized norm-referenced test to identify children gifted in mathematics. The TOMAGS measures students ability to use mathematical reasoning and mathematical problem-solving. You will have the option of group administering the test. Complete TOMAGS Kit includes: Examiners Manual- 50 student booklets (25 for

Bender® Visual-Motor Gestalt Test (Bender-Gestalt II)

Purpose: Assessment visual-motor integration functioning Ages: 4 to 85+ years Times: 10-15 minutes Scoring: PR- SS- T scores- and CI Benefits • Provides a recall procedure to assess visual-motor memory that provides a more comprehensive assessment of visual-motor skills • Offers supplemental tests of simple motor and perceptual ability that help to identify specific visual-motor deficits • Includes a comprehensive testing observations system including physical demeanor- drawing

The Dean-Woodcock Neuropsychological Battery

Type: A standardized assessment of sensory and motor functioning Purpose: A comprehensive assessment of sensory-motor functioning Ages: 4 to Adult (including geriatric populations) Times: 40-45 minutes Benefits • Measures of simple and complex sensory and motor functioning to provide more specific diagnostic capabilities • Interpretation methods at both the functional level and the neuropsychological/neurological levels appealing to a wide range of professionals • Valuable measures

Basic Early Assessment of Reading™ (BEAR)®

Type: Criterion-referenced assessment Purpose: Provides an assessment of young students acquisition of the essential components of reading—phonemic awareness- phonics- vocabulary- comprehension- and oral reading fluency Grades: K–3 Times: Untimed-approximately 15–45 minutes depending on the component being administered Scoring: Hand-scored- or BEAR Scoring and Reporting Software Administration: Paper-Pencil Benefits • Content written to measure students mastery of standards in

Criterion® Online Writing Evaluation service

Type: The Criterion ® Online Writing Evaluation service from ETS is a web-based instructional tool that teachers use with students to help them plan- write- and revise essays guided by instant annotated diagnostic feedback and a holistic score. Purpose: The Criterion service gives teachers a tool to enhance writing instruction and provides students with unlimited opportunities to improve their writing skills through writing essays. Because it is offered online- teachers and students can

Diagnostic Assessments of Reading™ (DAR™), Second Edition

Type: Individually administered diagnostic reading test Purpose: Provides an assessment of individual student achievement in print awareness- phonological awareness- letters and sounds- word recognition- word analysis- oral reading accuracy and fluency- silent reading comprehension- spelling- and word meaning Copyright: 2005 Ages: 5 to Adult Times: Untimed- about 40 minutes Scoring: Simultaneous with administration- or DAR ScoringPro Benefits • Diagnose reading achievement at all

Gates-MacGinitie Reading Tests® online

Type: Group Administered reading survey test Purpose: To assess student achievement in reading Forms: S and T Norms: 2006 Grades: 1 through 12 Adult Education Times: Level 1: 55 minutes Word Decoding | Comprehension Level 2: 7 disaggregation features

Gates-MacGinitie Reading Tests® (GMRT®) Fourth Edition Forms S and T*- Paper-Pencil

Type: Group Administered reading survey test- paper-pencil Purpose: Assesses student achievement in reading Norms:1999- 2006 Grades: K-Adult Reading (paper-pencil) Time: Levels PR and BR (teacher paced) approximately 75-100 minutes (paper-pencil only) Level 1: 55 minutes paper-pencil Level 2: 75 minutes paper-pencil All other levels: 55 minutes paper-pencil Scoring: Riverside Scoring Services® (including iRM) Riverside Local ScoringProTM for GMRT,or local

Iowa Writing Assessment

Type: Group administered performance test in writing Purpose: To assess students abilities to generate- organize and express ideas in a variety of written forms Copyright: 1994 Grades: 3 – 12 Times: 50 minutes Scoring: Hand- local- and central scoring options are available Benefits • Reflects the important stages of the writing process: prewriting- composing- and editing • Offers two scoring methods: focused holistic and analytic scoring • Includes extensive support for

LDDI: The Learning Disabilities Diagnostic Inventory

Ages: 8-¬0 through 17¬-11 Testing Time: 10-¬20 minutes Administration: Individual The LDDI is a rating scale designed to help psychologists- diagnosticians- LD specialists- speech language pathologists- and others identify (i.e- diagnose) intrinsic processing disorders and learning disabilities in students between the ages of 8-0 and 17-11. A reliable and valid norm-referenced inventory- the LDDI is composed of six independent scales‹one for each of the areas listed in the definition

Nelson-Denny Reading Test MT

Type: Reading survey test Purpose: To assess student achievement and progress in vocabulary- comprehension- and reading rate Copyright: 1993 Grades: 9 to 16- Adult Times: Standard administration: 35 minutes- Extended-time administration: 56 minutes Benefits • Effectively measures vocabulary- comprehension- and reading rate in only 35 minutes • Aids in accurate placement of high school and college students at all reading levels • Comprehension passages drawn from widely used-

Promise Learning™ - Math

Type: Computer adaptive mathematics testing program Purpose: Determine student proficiency in mathematics to assign remediation Grades: 6 – 8 Times: Untimed Scoring: Scoring through the online testing solution Summary Developed by Internet Testing Systems (ITS)- LLC- Promise Learning provides educators with an efficient- customized measure of grade level competencies in mathematics using the latest adaptive test technology. This web-based computer adaptive testing program helps

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Test (ADHDT)

Ages: 2 through 23 Testing Time: 5 to 10 minutes Administration: Individual The Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Test (ADHDT) is an effective instrument for identifying and evaluating attention-deficit disorders in persons ages 3 to 23. Designed for use in schools and clinics- the test is easily completed by teachers- parents- and others who are knowledgeable about the referred individual. Based on the diagnostic criteria for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder of the DSM¬IV-

Conners-3™ Software Kit – Third Edition

Ages: • 6 to 18 years for teacher forms and parent forms • 8 to 18 years for self-report forms Testing Time: Approximately 20 minutes Administration: Individual or Group The Conners 3rd Edition™ (Conners 3™) is the result of five years of extensive product development and research. Based on the solid findings and key elements of its predecessor- the Conners Rating Scales–Revised (CRS–R™) the Conners 3 offers a more thorough assessment of ADHD. The Conners 3 now addresses co

Scales of Independent Behavior-Revised (SIB-R)

Type: Comprehensive- norm-referenced assessment of adaptive and maladaptive behavior Purpose: Provides a comprehensive assessment of 14 areas of adaptive behavior and 8 areas of problem behavior Ages: Infancy to 80 + years Times: 45–60 minutes for Full Scale- 15–20 minutes for Short Form or Early Development Form Scoring: SS- PR- AE- RMl- instructional and developmental ranges- Support