For users of the Brief Battery, a process-observation checklist provides a detailed description of how the individual appeared to be applying strategies, evidencing any difficulties or how slowly or rapidly he or she worked. The Parent Report offers a meaningful way to communicate WJ III results to parents based on the relative proficiency index (RPI) score.
For users of the Tests of Achievement, two Intra-Achievement score comparison procedures—Brief Achievement and Broad Achievement—provide comparisons between an individual's Reading, Math, and Writing cluster scores. The current Intra-Achievement Variation Procedures (Standard and Extended) are still available. A Summary Report provides practitioners with the ability to generate narrative based on a standard score or RPI.
For users of the Tests of Cognitive Abilities, three cognitive procedures—Intra-Cognitive Variation Procedure (Brief), Intra-Cognitive Variation Procedure (Extended), and GIA-Standard/Cognitive Cluster Discrepancy Procedure—are available. The Intra-Cognitive Variation Procedure (Brief) provides a comparison between the General Intellectual Ability (GIA) score and the seven tests that make up the GIA score.
The Intra-Cognitive Variation Procedure (Extended) adds six additional narrow CHC abilities (e.g., Perceptual Speed and Visualization) to the existing extended variation procedure. It also adds two extended-breadth broad ability factors (Visual-Spatial Thinking and Fluid Reasoning) to the existing extended variation procedure. The GIA-Standard/Cognitive Cluster Discrepancy Procedure provides a comparison of general ability and user-selected broad and narrow abilities.
Click on a link below to view sample reports from administrations of the WJ III Tests of Achievement, Form A, and the WJ III Tests of Cognitive Abilities.
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