Word ID: Assessment Across
the Content Areas
(Grades 6 through 12)
Word ID: Assessment Across the Content Areas offers a collection of quick and easy informal assessment options that middle and high school teachers can use to evaluate whether students can identify the multisyllabic content-area words in their English Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies texts.
Life Skills Activities for Secondary
Students with Special Needs
This book offers teachers and parents a unique collection of more than 200 worksheets to help adolescents with special needs build the life skills they need to achieve independence and succeed in everyday life.
Autism Screening Instrument for
(Ages 2 through 13)
The ASIEP-3 will help to identify individuals with autism; assist in planning appropriate educational programs for those individuals; monitor performance and progress; and research autism.
Light's Retention Scale (LRS)
(Ages 6 through 18)
The LRS is a powerful tool that assists school professionals making the sensitive decision about promoting or retaining a child. The easy-to-use rating scale identifies 20 factors of interest.
NAB Visual Discrimination Test
(Ages 18 through 97)
The NAB usual Discrimination Test, a stand-alone component of the Neuropsychological Assessment Battery (NAB), can be used to assess visual perception in adults without the demands of motor output.
Test of Silent Word Reading
(Ages 6-3 through 24-11)
The TOSWRF-2 can be used by classroom teachers, special education teachers, reading specialists, school psychologists, and other school professionals to evaluate how accurately and efficiently students can recognize printed words out of context.
(Ages 5 through 18)
The Test of Auditory Processing
Skills - 3: Spanish-Bilingual Edition (TAPS-3: SBE) assesses how children process auditory information, while speaking Spanish or a combination of Spanish and English.