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Certified Learning Centers Testing Packages

Psycho-educational Evaluation Basic Testing:

  • Wechsler Intelligence Test (WISCIV)

  • Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT)    

    • Psychological test assessing visual-motor functioning, developmental disorders and neurological disorders for children from 3 years to 21 years of age                      

  • Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales (VABS):

    • A semi-structured interview to measure adaptive behavior and support the diagnosis of intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism, and developmental delays. Areas of assessment: Communication, Activities of Daily Life, Social Relationships, Developmental Delays

  • Bender Gestalt Test

    • A psychological test used by mental health practitioners that assesses visual-motor functioning, developmental disorders, and neurological impairments in children ages 3 and older, as well as in adults

  • Additional Testing:

    • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

    • Social Emotional Testing

Reading and Language Assessments:

  • Woodcock Johnson, Tests of Achievement:

  • Subtests: Letter Word Identification, Reading Fluency, Story Recall, Understanding Directions, Spelling, Writing Fluency, Passage Comprehension, Writing Samples, Story Recall Delay, Word Attack, Picture Vocabulary, Oral Comprehension, Editing, Reading Vocabulary, Academic Knowledge, Spelling of Sounds, Sound of Awareness, Punctuation and Capitalization

  • Gray Oral Reading Tests (GORT-5)

  • A measure of oral reading fluency and comprehension with two forms and 16 developmentally sequenced reading passages with five comprehension questions each. Reading specialists can tailor it to specific needs

  • Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test- IV

  • An untimed test of receptive vocabulary Standard American English to provide a quick estimate of the student’s receptive vocabulary ability

  • Ekwall Informal Reading Inventory:

  • Graded reading paragraphs with comprehension questions that measure silent reading comprehension, reading fluency, and word attack for pre-primer to 9th grade levels

  • Three reading tests: Word Recognition, Reading Vocabulary Comprehension, and Comprehension Passages determine the grade level at which students are reading and comprehending the materials in their school programs from pre-primer to ninth grade. Pretests and posttests in two versions of the test measure progress

  • El Paso Phonics Survey

  • Determines phonic awareness of: Initial consonants, Initial Consonant Clusters, and Vowels, Vowel Teams, and Special Letter Combinations

  • Phonemic-Awareness Inventory

  • Measures: Whole Word Discrimination, Rhyming-Recognition, Syllable Counting, Syllable Segmentation, Oral Synthesis, Approximation, Phoneme Isolation, Segmentation, Phoneme Deletion, Phoneme Substitution

  • Sight Word Testing

  • Individual Diagnosis of Dolch Words and Dolch Phrases to measure instant recognition of the most frequently used words and phrases

Reading Grade-Placement Tests:

Math Grade-Placement Tests:

  • Woodcock Johnson, Tests of Achievement for Math

    • Measures grade levels and skill deficiencies from kindergarten to college

    • Subtests: Calculation, Math Fluency and Applied Problems

  • Key Math-Revised: A Diagnostic Inventory of Essential Mathematics

    • An individually administered mathematics survey for students functioning at levels from kindergarten through the ninth grade. The diagnostic information it yields is extensive, covering performance on the total test, three areas, thirteen subtests and forty-three domains

  • Math Graded Placement Tests

    • Pretests and posttests determine the estimated grade level at which a student’s computational and word problem-solving skills fall between first and eighth grade

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