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(E=MC2)Einstein Evaluation of School-Related Skills. Areas Tested Include: Language/Cognition, Letter Recognition, Word Recognition, Oral Reading, Reading Comprehension, Auditory Memory, Arithmetic, Visual Motor Integration, Draw a Person
(E=MC2-1-M) Multi Level Includes: Manual, Student Booklets & Examiner Forms (5 each) K- 5th grade
Perfect for the at-home schooler, the Einstein will check to see if your child is “making the grade” and able to pass age appropriate curriculum. For in-school settings, the Einstein will see if students are functioning at the same achievement levels. For school/home use, parent/ teacher conferences, Head Start programs, and “at-risk” learning disability programs, the Einstein can be easily administered by a variety of professionals. Yet parents, tutors, or home health specialists who do not have training in statistics, testing, or measurement, can still use this individual screener. With six levels of the Einstein, one for each grade level from kindergarten through 5th Grade, major skill areas underlying school achievement are measured.
Measured School Achievement Skills:
• Language and Cognition: measures the ability to define words, similarities, or complete analogies, at higher levels.
• Letter Recognition: (Kindergarten Level Only) ability to recognize/name letters.
• Word Recognition: (Excludes Kindergarten Level) Read words in isolation orally.
• Oral Reading: (Excludes Kindergarten Level) Read passage orally.
• Reading Comprehension: Grasp main ideas and significant details.
• Auditory Memory: Short-term memory, repeat series of numbers.
• Arithmetic: Computation of standard number problems.
• Visual-Motor Integration: Copy geometric pattern using hand-motor responses.
• Draw-A-Person: Detailed scoring based on Human Figure Drawing.
If the test is administered during the school year the child’s current level is to be administered. For summer months, the grade the child just completed is to be given. A total of 1,781 children in both regular education and LD were used in the standardization sample. Cross-Validation, .87 to .89, confirms correct decision-validity indices using the Einstein pass/fail scoring criterion. Included is an extensive manual which provides the test description, administration, scoring, and interpretation.
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