Test Interpretation and Report Program

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Analytic Learning Disability Assessment (Alda-Ez)

Analytic Learning Disability Assessment (ALDA-EZ) is a program that interprets results and prints reports for the ALDA test. The user enters ALDA results, and the program generates various scores such as CAG-T, NEO-T, Fail T, unit skill ages, skills cluster, and so on. Indications of neurological efficiency, learning impairment, and learning channel functioning are all recorded by the program. The program makes individual recommendations about methods for learning reading, spelling, math and han

Detroit Tests Of Learning Aptitude (Models Dtla-2 & Dtla-P)

Detroit Tests of Learning Aptitude (DTLA-2 and DTLA-P) are programs for statistically analyzing scores from the DTLA-2 and DTLA-P (Primary) tests. The programs convert the student's raw scores into standard scores and percentile ranks. The programs also generate composite scores and compare composite performance within domains for significant differences. The user can also analyze discrepancies between DTLA scores and achievement test scores. The DTLA-P program offers the option of either enteri

Marvel Math

Marvel Math is a math tutorial program designed for use by students who are blind or have low vision. This program enables teachers to create multi-media versions of math tests. Tests can be created by converting a printed test or math book page into an electronic test, or the program can generate questions based on the teacher's specifications. The program supports addition, subtraction, multiplication, division with or without remainders, exponents, and decimals. Test questions can be presente

Odysseyware

OdysseyWare is a math, science, language arts, history, and geography curriculum program designed for use by children with learning disabilities. This multimedia curriculum program automatically performs teacher tasks such as grading, lesson planning, and record keeping. It covers the four core subjects of Language Arts, Math, History and Geography, and Science, plus a variety of electives, including Spanish, Consumer Math, and Health. The curricuum can be configured for use in a classroom (mult

Report Writer: Children's Tests 1.1

Report Writer: Children's Intellectual and Achievement Tests 1.1 is a program for interpreting six tests: the K-ABC, the WISC-R, the WPPSI, the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale (Form L-M), the PIAT, and the WRAT. The user enters test score information plus some demographic data and, if desired, behavioral observations during testing. Report Writer then generates a report: compiling facts, making general statements and statistical comparisons, and suggesting possible hypotheses and explanations

Report Writer: Children's Tests 1.1

Report Writer: Children's Intellectual and Achievement Tests 1.1 is a program for interpreting six tests: the K-ABC, the WISC-R, the WPPSI, the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale (Form L-M), the PIAT, and the WRAT. The user enters test score information plus some demographic data and, if desired, behavioral observations during testing. Report Writer then generates a report: compiling facts, making general statements and statistical comparisons, and suggesting possible hypotheses and explanations

Slosson Intelligence Test - Computer Report (Sit-Cr)

Slosson Intelligence Test - Computer Report (SIT-CR) is a program for analyzing the results of the SIT. The program examines the IQ and reports the ability level based on it. The program examines the age and IQ level, selects the proper value for the 95% confidence interval, and reports the next expected grade level. Achievement standard scores in each area are analyzed, and appropriate statements comparing achievement and ability are generated. SIT-CR also determines the severe discrepancy leve

Smart Response Le

The SMART Response LE is a wireless student response system and test interpretation and report program designed for use by children with communication, learning, speech or fine motor disabilities. This system features wireless remotes with large LCD screens, big buttons and a range of up to 100 feet; a receiver that connects to a computer using a USB connection and can either be mounted on a wall or placed on a desk; and assessment software that integrates with SMART Notebook collaborative learn

Speaking Spelling

Speaking Spelling is a spelling tutorial program with voice output designed for use by students who are blind or have low vision. The program has both test-creation and record-keeping functions for teachers. The program can create an electronic spelling test from a printed spelling drill or word list. Tests can be in multiple choice format, or the program can read words from a list aloud for the student to spell on the computer. Instructions, tips, and encouragement can be added. Audio feedback

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