DPI Assessment Measures Chart--CD

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DPI Assessment Measures Chart--CD

    DPI Assessment Measures Chart--CD 2010


Name/Author/Publisher Format Age Who Description


    Battelle Developmental Inventory The BDI-2 is an individualized assessment that may be used Individual Birth to Diagnosticians who

    (BDI-2) Complete 7-11 have college-level for a variety of purposes, including diagnosis, eligibility,

    BDI-2: 1-2 years training in general determination of discrepancies, reevaluation, and Available from Riverside Publishing hours; measurement and instructional planning.

    Normative data for the BDI-2 were gathered from over 2500 Screening statistical concepts,

     Test: 10-and are familiar children between the ages of Birth through 7 years, 11

    30 with child months. The normative sample closely matches the 2000

    minutes development U.S. Census (education level based on 2001 data). Bias

    reviews were conducted on all items for gender and ethnicity

    concerns. Item desirability information from examiners was

    also considered in the selection of the final items.

    The BDI-2 offers two types of assessment: the full

    assessment and the screening test. The full assessment

    refers to the use of the complete instrument, including all five

    domains. The screening test refers to an abbreviated

    instrument that includes 100 test items from the full BDI-2.


    DPI Assessment Measures Chart--CD 2010

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    Developmental Assessment for Individual Birth Information is still DASH-2 consists of five Pinpoint Scales, which assess Individuals with Severe 90 6-11 being obtained performance in language, sensory-motor skills, activities of Disabilities (DASH-2); M.K. Dykes minutes years daily living, basic academic skills, and social-emotional

    & J. Erin (1999) skills. New subscales are included to allow the team to

     assess the specific functioning of students who have conditions that may affect skill performance.

    dView.asp?idproduct=507 As in the original DASH, the sequence of skills and the

     nature of attempts to complete an item are more important Available from Pro-Ed than the age level of an item or a total score. DASH-2 is a tool that pinpoints level of skill

    productView.aspx?ID=1597 attainment and specific learning needs. DASH-2 begins with

    areas of strength and builds from there. Therefore, it can

    function as an initial assessment instrument, a tool for

    curriculum planning, and a means of monitoring progress.

    This information can be applied to program planning,

    communicating with families and other team members,

    developing intervention strategies.


    Developmental Assessment of Individual Birth to No special The DAYC comprises five subtests that measure the Young Children (DAYC); 10-20 5-11 qualifications assessment areas mandated by IDEA: Cognition, J K. Voress & T. Maddox minutes years Communication, Social-emotional development; Adaptive

     Behavior; Physical Development. Subtests can be

    Available from Western individually administered, separately or as a comprehensive Psychological Services battery, in approximately 10-20 minutes. The test format allows you to collect information about a child's abilities and Pro-Ed through observation, caregiver interview, and direct assessment.

    The DAYC was normed on a national sample of 1,269

    individuals, broken into 23 age groups. Characteristics of the

    normative sample approximate the 1996 census.


    DPI Assessment Measures Chart--CD 2010

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    Diagnostic Achievement Battery-Individual 6-0 School The revision of the DAB uses fourteen short subtests to 3 (DAB-3); P.L. Newcomer; (2001 45 minute years to Psychologist determine a child's strengths and weaknesses across norms): PRO-ED administra14-11 Master’s level several areas of achievement. Scores from these subtests

     tion time; years diagnostician can be combined to form eight composites: Total Available from: PRO-ED Achievement, Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing,

     site says Mathematics, Spoken Language, and Written Language.

    PRO-ED Inc. 90-120 Includes: all-new normative data reflecting the changing minutes population characteristics of the United States, collected

     for entire from 1997 to 2000; several new validity studies, including Western Psychological Services battery correlations with the Wechsler Intelligence Scales for Children-III and the Stanford Achievement Test-Ninth

    Edition, as well as a confirmatory factor analysis confirming

    the model on which the DAB-3 is based; studies showing the

    absence of gender, ethnic, and disability bias; improved

    scoring criteria for the written composition that includes

    contextual language and story construction; more appealing

    and realistic color pictures; clearer administration

    procedures; fewer items on the Spelling, Capitalization, and

    Punctuation subtests; a new audiotape that the examiner

    plays for the child for the Story Comprehension subtest;

    clarified entry items, basals, and ceilings for test


    The DAB-3 generates standard scores (M = 10, SD = 3 for

    the 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. The DAB-3 is now available with grade norms.



    DPI Assessment Measures Chart--CD 2010

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    Diagnostic Achievement Test for Individual Grades School The DATA-2, normed on more than 2,000 adolescents, Adolescents (DATA-2); Phyllis 60-120 7-12 Psychologist measures the spoken language ability and academic Newcomer and Brian Bryant; minutes achievement levels of students in Grades 7 through 12. (1993): PRO-ED DATA-2 core subtests measure Receptive Vocabulary,

     Receptive Grammar, Expressive Grammar, Expressive Available from: Vocabulary, Word Identification, Reading Comprehension, PRO-ED Inc. Math Calculations, Math Problem Solving, Spelling, and Writing Composition. Three supplemental subtests measure

     Science, Social Studies, and Reference Skills. Subtest raw

    scores are converted to percentiles and standard scores (M

    = 10, SD = 3). Nine composites (M = 100, SD = 15) are

    generated. The reliability and validity of DATA-2 are

    documented in the manual, and the demographic

    characteristics of the normative sample approximate those

    of the nation as a whole.


    Note: norms from 1993


    DPI Assessment Measures Chart--CD 2010

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    Individual 6-0 School The Gray Oral Reading Tests, Fourth Edition (GORT-4) Gray Oral Reading Tests-4th Ed. administrayears psychologist provides an efficient and objective measure of growth in oral (GORT-4): J. Lee Wiederholt and tion through diagnostician reading and an aid in the diagnosis of oral reading Brian Bryant; 2001; American 20-30 18-11 difficulties. Five scores are provided: Ratethe amount of Guidance Services-AGS Publishing minutes years time taken by a student to read a story; Accuracythe Gray Diagnostic Reading Tests student's ability to pronounce each word in the story Second Edition (GDRT-2); Brian correctly; Fluencythe student's Rate and Accuracy Scores R. Bryant, J. Lee Wiederholt, and combined; Comprehensionthe appropriateness of the Diane P. Bryant; (2003) American student's responses to questions about the content of each Guidance Services-AGS Publishing story read; Overall Reading Abilitya combination of a student's Fluency (i.e., Rate and Accuracy) and Available from Pearson Comprehension Scores. Assessments

    http://www.pearsonassessments.coGDRT-2 The GDRT-2 assesses students who have m difficulty reading continuous print and who require an

    evaluation of specific abilities and weaknesses. The GDRT-

    2 was normed in 2001-2002 on a sample of 1,018 students

    ages 6 through 18. The normative sample was stratified to

    correspond to key demographic variables (i.e., race, gender

    and geographic region).

    Kaufman Test of Educational Individual Ages 4-School The KTEA-II Comprehensive Form allows error analysis

    Achievement, Second Edition administra6 years psychologist, along with detailed prescriptive information for simple (KTEA-II) (2004); Kaufman & tion to 25 masters-level remediation planning. The KTEA-II is still easy to administer, Kaufman; American Guidance years; diagnostician score, and interpret. It also features alternate forms to Services-AGS Publishing Administraup to measure student progress or response to intervention and to

     tion time 90+ brief adjust instruction based on performance.

    Available from Pearson 30-80 form

    Assessments minutes The Comprehensive Form provides composite scores for Grade 1 students and older in reading, math, written

    language, and oral language. A Comprehensive

    Achievement Composite can be computed for all examinees.

    Six additional subtests assess reading-related skills.



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    KeyMath3 Diagnostic Individual 4:6 School The KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment is a comprehensive Assessment; (2007) ; Pearson administrayears -psychologist, measure of mathematical ability that is designed to meet the

     tion 22:11 masters-level needs of a wide range of students. The assessment uses an Available from Pearson years diagnostician adaptive administration procedure that adjusts to an Assessments individual's functional level. Administration times for the entire battery of subtests range from 30 to 90 minutes,

    depending on the student's grade level. Practitioners who

    have identified a student's area of greatest need (e.g.,

    general conceptual knowledge, computational skills, etc.),

    may elect to administer only the subtests that correspond to

    that particular area, which will result in a shorter

    administration time.

    Normative data were obtained in 2006, with a large sample

    consisting of approximately 4,000 individuals representing

    U.S. demographics by sex, race, socioeconomic status,

    region, and disability condition. The norm sample ranges in

    age from 4 years 6 months through 21 years 11 months.

    Both age norms and grade (fall and spring) norms are



    Learning Accomplishment Profile Individual 36-72 Trained teachers, The LAP-3? is a criterion-referenced assessment

    (LAP-3); 2004 months paraprofessionals, instrument for the 36-72 month age range, measuring

     clinicians, special development in the domains of gross motor, fine motor, pre-

    Available from the Kaplan Early educators, writing, cognitive, language, self-help, and social/emotional. Learning Company psychologists, It is a re-examination of the contents and organization of the occupational LAP-R which incorporates recent research, especially

    and physical related to language and literacy and assimilates recent

    therapists, speech-changes in the general population of young children. Its on-

    language going observation format allows teachers and/or clinicians to

    pathologists, and record a child's progress and introduce appropriate activities

    others familiar with to support acquired and emerging skills.





    DPI Assessment Measures Chart--CD 2010

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    Mullen Scales of Early Learning: Benefits Individual Birth to School

    AGS Edition 1995; E.M. Mullen 15-60 68 psychologists or ; Five scales provide a complete picture of cognitive

     minutes months doctoral level and motor ability

    Available from Psychcorp/Pearson diagnosticians ; Pinpoints strengths and weaknesses ; Ideal for assessing school readiness

    Measure cognitive ability and motor development

    Quick and easy to administer, the Mullen Scales of Early

    Learning gives you:

    ; Five scales: Gross Motor, Visual Reception, Fine

    Motor, Expressive Language, and Receptive


    ; Excellent standardization and reliability data

    ; Easy profile analysis

    ; An array of stimulating manipulatives and materials

    ; Scale scores and an Early Learning Composite

    Generates reliable and valid information

    ; Identifies a child's strengths and weaknesses

    ; Assesses early intellectual development and

    readiness for school

    ; Provides a foundation for successful interventions


    DPI Assessment Measures Chart--CD 2010

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    Norris Educational Achievement Individual 4 years School Individually administered, the NEAT can be used with Test (NEAT) 30 18 psychologist children and adolescents from 4 years to 18 years of age.

    Switzer & Gruber; 1992 minutes years (The Technical Manual provides instructions for using the

     administratest with adults as well.)

    Available from Western tion time

    Psychological Services 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.

    Oral and Written Language Skills The OWLS includes a Listening Comprehension Scale and Individual 3 21 School

    an Oral Expression Scale, which are packaged together, and (OWLS); (1995): Carrow-Woolfolk; administrayears psychologists

    a Written Expression Scale, which is provided separately. American Guidance Services-AGS tion Speech/Language

    Publishing Teachers This packaging reflects the fact that oral and written

     Educational language skills are often assessed independently. All OWLS Available from Western diagnosticians scales are normed on the same population.

    Listening Comprehension and Oral Expression Scales Psychological Services Together these two scales assess receptive and expressive

    language in 3- through 21-year-olds. Individually

    administered, both are quick and easy to use. Basals and

    ceilings insure that examinees are administered only items

    that most closely approximate their ability levels. Neither

    scale requires reading on the examinee's part, and all items

    are presented with attractive artwork that's balanced in

    terms of race, gender, and physical differences.


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    Peabody Developmental Motor Individual Birth to School Designed to evaluate children from birth through age 5, the Scales, Second Edition (PDMS-2); 45-60 5 years psychologists PDMS-2 is composed of six subtests that assess related 2000; M.R. Folio & R.R. Fewell minutes motor abilities that develop early in life: Reflexes, Stationary

     (body control and equilibrium), Locomotion, Object Available from Western Manipulation, Grasping, and Visual-Motor Integration.

    Psychological Services Results from these subtests are used to generate the three composite scores: Gross Motor Quotient, Fine Motor Or Pearson Quotient, and Total Motor Quotient. Scores are presented as http://www.pearsonassessments.copercentiles, standard scores, and age equivalents. Norms, m based on a nationally representative sample of more than

     2,000 children, are stratified by age. The test can be

    individually administered in 45 to 60 minutes. A Guide to

    Item Administration provides explicit, illustrated instructions

    for each item. The PDMS-2 can be used to estimate a

    child's overall motor competence relative to peers, or to

    evaluate his or her fine versus gross motor abilities.

    Peabody Individual Achievement Individual Ages 5-School Comprehensive achievement test for ages 5-22. Standard

    Test-Revised/Normative Update administra0 to 22-psychologist scores for general information, reading recognition, reading (PIAT-R/NU); 1997 American tion 11 Masters-level comprehension, mathematics, spelling and written Guidance Services-AGS Publishing Grades diagnostician expression. Written language composite score is based on

     K-12 spelling and written expression subtests. Interrater Available from Pearson reliabilities are lower for written expression subtest than Assessments others. Peabody Individual Achievement Test-Revised- Normative Update (PIAT-R/NU) is an efficient individual

    measure of academic achievement. Reading, mathematics,

    and spelling are assessed in a simple, nonthreatening

    format that requires only a pointing response for most items.

    This multiple-choice format makes the PIAT-R ideal for

    assessing low functioning individuals or those with limited

    expressive abilities. Based on a national sampling of over

    3,000 people, PIAT-R provides accurate score comparisons

    for reading decoding, reading comprehension, and math

    applications with the other achievement batteries with which

    it was co-normed: K-TEA/NU, KeyMath-R/NU, and WRMT-



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    Test of Academic Achievement The revision of the Test of Academic Achievement Skills has Individual 5 years School

    Skills-Revised (TAAS-R); Gardner; 30-40 14 Psychologist strengthened all of the original subtests and includes a new

     minutes years 11 Educational subtest - Oral Reading Stories and Comprehension. In Available from Academic Therapy for test months diagnostician with addition to the new subtest, the revision includes the Publications administraat least a bachelors following subtests: Spelling, Letter Reading and Word

    tion; 15 degree Reading, Listening Comprehension, Oral Reading Stories

    minutes to and Comprehension, and Arithmetic.

    score The revision combines the two age groups (4 years through

    5 years 11 months and 6 years through 11 years 11 months

    to one age group - 5 years through 14 years 11 months),

    extends the upper age levels from 11 years 11 months

    through 14 years 11 months, has revised norms, provides

    standard scores and T-scores in addition to scaled scores,

    percentile ranks, and stanines, adds new items to and

    deleted some old items from some of the subtests, changes

    statistics, and compares normal academic achieving children

    with learning handicapped children.

    This test can be administered individually in 30 to 40

    minutes. Scoring takes approximately 15 minutes.

    Test of Adolescent and Adult Individual Ages School Comprehensive language battery for individuals ages 12-24.

    Language -4 (TOAL-4); (2007) Administra12-24 Psychologist The TOAL-4 is composed of six subtests:

     tion 60 years Speech/Language ; Word Opposites

    Available from Western minutes Therapist ; Word Derivations

    Psychological Services ; Spoken Analogies or ; Word Similarities PRO-ED ; Sentence Combining

    ; Orthographic Usage

    Each of these subtests measures integrative language as

    well as expressive and receptive language. And each

    requires the examinee to (1) listen to or read a brief

    stimulus; (2) transform the stimulus in some way; and (3)

    express the new format in speech or writing.

    The TOAL-4 is typically used to identify adolescents and

    young adults who need help with language proficiency.


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