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A comprehensive guide that offers advice on supporting dyslexic students both in the classroom and through intervention from specialist practitioners. Dyslexia Guidance is an invaluable resource; ideal for use after the Dyslexia Screener and Dyslexia Portfolio in... more
A battery of short, diagnostic tests that help identify areas of difficulty in literacy learning. The Dyslexia Portfolio is an ideal follow-up assessment to the Dyslexia Screener for those pupils who may have been screened as having dyslexic tendencies, or whose performance in literacy is... more
A unique, computer-based assessment that indicates dyscalculic tendencies. The Dyscalculia Screener has been designed to enable specialist teachers to evaluate the extent to which dyscalculia tendencies may be present, so that you can identify and offer help to individuals. The assessment is... more
An innovative,  online assessment designed to help you identify pupils with dyslexic tendencies. As an initial screening tool, it enables you to distinguish between poor reading ability and dyslexia, and gives advice on next steps. Dyslexia Screener: Includes adaptive testing to... more
The ASEBA is designed to assess adaptive and maladaptive functioning. Various forms are available as paper based assessments and online: Pre-School forms School-Age forms Adult forms Direct Observation Form (DOF) Semi-structured Clinical Interview for Children and Adolescents (SCICA... more
The Teacher Observation Scales are designed for identifying children with special abilities. Students who are borderline gifted and talented, puzzling, unknown, new to the school, enigmatic, and/or who display intermittent signs of unusual ability, should be rated by these scales. There are five... more
The APAT was designed to identify students who are at risk of developing, or may be experiencing, auditory processing disorder. Subtest scores yield composite scores for global auditory processing, linguistic processing (with additional composites: discrimination, sequencing, and cohesion), and... more
Filled with up-to-date information, references and research-based teaching methods, the second edition of Spelling provides an overview of effective ways to help students develop and improve their spelling skills and strategies. This second edition includes: Revised chapters that... more
The Single Word Spelling Test (SWST) comprises a series of nine standardised tests designed to assess spelling attainment. Each test covers everyday vocabulary and contains between 30 and 50 words (depending on level), including high frequency, literacy hour and spelling bank words. The... more
<p>This is an 80-item test that measures a student's ability to correctly spell words that are presented orally. Each word is placed in the context of a short sentence and graded in order of difficulty. The particular items to be used are selected from the list according to the age and... more

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