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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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Main Category : S / (EARLY-SB5) Stanford Binet Intelligence Scales for EARLY Childhood. 2yrs to 7.3yrs * Warning: CHOKING HAZARD -Small Parts. Not for Children Under 3 yrs.*
(SBE5-7) Early SB5 Complete Kit with ScoringPro
Price: $529.00
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ScoringType: Cognitive ability assessment for early childhood
Purpose: Individually administered assessment of intelligence and cognitive abilities
Measures: Fluid Reasoning, Knowledge, Quantitative Reasoning, Visual-Spatial Processing, Working Memory
Restriction Level: High
Ages: 2 to 7-3 years (2 to 5-11 years for full battery; 6 to 7-3 years for abbreviated battery)
Times: Full Battery: 30-50 minutes; Abbreviated Battery: 15-20 minutes
Scoring: SB5 ScoringPro

Scores that can be generated by the Early SB5 include: Full Scale IQ, Nonverbal IQ, Verbal IQ, Abbreviated Battery IQ, Standard Scores, Percentile Ranks, Change-Sensitive Scores, and Extended IQ. The SB5 can be hand-scored or scored with optional scoring software.

All scored available for the SB5 are also available for the Early SB5. These include 10 subtest scores (scales scores have a mean of 10, SD=3, score range 1-19), broad ability (factor index) and IQ composite scores (mean of 100, SD=15, range 40-160), percentile, change-sensitive scores (CSSs), and age-equivalents. Csss, because they reference absolute levels of ability rather than age-referenced norms, may be especially useful in the stuffy of the rapid growth of abilities in earliest childhood. In distinction to the complete SB5, users should be aware that determination of Extended IQ (EXIQ) scores from instructions in the Interpretive Manual should be limited to scores under 40, which may be of interest in the study of severe developmental delays.

The newly developed Test Observation Checklist identifies a range of behaviors that may serve as “flags” for behavioral or cognitive difficulties that may both affect the examinee’s performance on the test and his or her adaptation outside the testing situation. The 21 areas of behavior addressed in the checklist should be followed up through further tailored assessment, including observation, interview, or contact with parents, guardians, or other caregivers.

SB5 ScoringPro™
As with the SB5, the Early SB5 may be hand-scored or scored with the optional SB5 ScoringPro™ software. The SB5 ScoringPro is a Windows®-based software program that replicates the process of hand-scoring. Users enter background information, age, and raw scores. This program provides consistency in raw score conversion, and extended score report, a graphical report, and a brief, narrative summary report with guidelines and suggestions based on well-established principles of assessment. The report can be exported and then imported to a word processing file for editing as necessary.

The ScoringPro software also produces a newly available parent report, which includes a brief narrative description and compact graphic representation of the percentile scores obtained by the examinee across the five factor indexes available in the Early SB5.

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