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Slosson educational tests and assessments for teachers, educators and other professionals, in schools, hospitals, and corrections.  Used to test students in regular and special education, remedial reading and math, intelligence, visual motor, speech language for school screening and forms for teachers to evaluation students' mental abilities.

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(FLS-25) Call me Capable

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Call Me Capable is from the fine line of educational games by Franklin Learning Systems. It was first published in 2002 by Carol Leish, who is no stranger to overcoming disabilities, having suffered speech and vision problems since a car crash (hit by a drunk driver) when she was a young child.

It’s in the genre of “pick a card and discuss your feelings”. Carol has developed motivational presentations to go along with the game.

"Call Me Capable" breaks barriers to disability awareness with simple, surprising questions such as "Imagine being stared at because one of your eyes wanders. What is your reaction?" The game, first published four years ago by Franklin Learning Systems, is featured in this month's issue of "Teacher Magazine." It targets children in the third through ninth grades. "It teaches people without disabilities how to be more empathetic and caring toward people with disabilities,"Let’s eradicate some of the stereotypes out there. The seed for "Call Me Capable" sprouted in Leish's mind (author) more than 20 years ago, when she was a graduate student at California State University, San Bernardino. Leish, (the author) whose vision and speech were impaired in a car accident when she was 10 months old, often got angry when fellow college students made assumptions about her disabilities. "They talked loudly or slowly or just ignored me," she said. "Sometimes they'd think my intellect was affected, too."

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