Woodcock-Johnson Cognitive and Achievement Tests
Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Achievement tests a child’s strengths and weaknesses in cognitive ability, achievement, and oral language. The Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Cognitive Abilities is an intelligence test series.
Universal Non-Verbal Intelligence Test (UNIT)
The UNIT measures cognitive abilities and intelligence in individuals ages 5 to 21.
Connors Comprehensive Behavior Test
The Conners CBRS is an assessment of behaviors, emotions, academic, & social problems in youth aged 6 to 18 years.
SIB-R Independent Behavior Scales
The Scales of Independent Behavior-Revised (SIB-R) is a comprehensive, norm-referenced assessment of adaptive and maladaptive behaviours used to determine a person’s level of functioning in key behaviour areas.
Burks Behavior Rating Scales (BBRS)
The BBRS Provides a quick, practical, and proven way to evaluate problem behavior in school children.
TOWRE-2 Test of Word Reading Efficiency
The Test of Word Reading Efficiency—Second Edition (TOWRE–2) quickly and reliably assesses efficiency of sight word recognition and phonemic decoding in children and adults. Its purpose is to provide professionals with a reliable and valid measure of fluency and accuracy of print-based word-reading skills.
CTOPP Comprehensive Test of Phonological Processing
The CTOPP-2 (Comprehensive Test of Phonological Processing, Second Edition) is a measure of phonological awareness, phonological memory, and naming
GORT-5 Gray Oral Reading Test
The GORT-5 tests provide an objective measure of oral reading and growth for individuals between the ages of 6 and 23 years. Results aid in the diagnosis of oral reading difficulties, and can also be used to measure changes in oral reading over time.This test is one of the most widely used measures of oral reading fluency and comprehension in the United States.
WIST Word Identification and Spelling Test
The WIST can be used to identify students who are having difficulty with fundamental literacy skills, and to isolate specific areas of weakness for struggling readers. It assesses word identification, spelling, and sound-symbol knowledge, and comes with both an elementary version (grades 2-5) and a secondary version (grades 6-12).
WADE Wilson Assessment of Decoding and Encoding test
The Wilson® Assessment for Decoding and Encoding (WADE) is administered as a posttest at the end of Wilson Reading instruction or at the end of a school year to evaluate mastery of the curriculum and assess the student’s ability to independently apply decoding and encoding skills.
MEFS McCloskey Executive Function Scales
The MEFS is the only EF assessment instrument that is based on a comprehensive, theoretical model of EF (Dr. George McCloskey). The model incorporates multiple facets of executive control: self-regulation, self-realization, and self-determination. The result is a scale that allows greater depth and coverage of the multi-dimensional and complex facets of EF. The clusters and components include: attention, engagement, optimization, efficiency, memory, inquiry, and solution.