Author(s) : Joan Newborg
Publisher : Riverside Insights, 2020
SKU : 605BDI
Purpose: Measure mastery of developmental milestones across five global domains
Age: Birth – 7.11 years
Time: 5 to 10 minutes per subtest
As children age, they typically attain critical skills and behaviors sequentially, from simple to complex. Assessment of developmental strengths and needs during this time is critical for early development centers, private clinicians, schools, and others seeking to determine the need for educational resources or interventions and build plans accordingly.
The Battelle® Developmental Inventory, Third Edition™ (BDI-3™) measures mastery of developmental milestones in the following global domains:
The Battelle® Early Academic Survey (BEAS™) is a new academic solution for assessing literacy and mathematics skills in children ages 3 years 6 months to 7 years 11 months. The BEAS contains items targeting early foundational skills in Literacy and Mathematics. The five literacy sub-domains and the four mathematics sub-domains in BEAS are all key indicators of how the child will do when he or she first enters school. Because the BEAS can be administered to children through 7 years, 11 months, it will also help to monitor these skills as the child continues their path towards early academic success.
Examiners will be delighted at how quick and easy the BEAS is to administer. An easy to read BEAS Table of Scores Report will not only include multiple scores such as Standard Scores and Percentile Ranks, but also a visual chart which quickly lets the examiner determine if the child is in need of immediate support, should be monitored, or is on track.
The BDI-3 scoring is completed through Riverside Score: a secure, web-based environment where examiners can easily enter raw scores, assessment data, and test session observations.
The BDI-3 Battelle Early Academic Survey (BEAS) Record Form (pkg 25) includes 25 hard-copy record forms, with access to online scoring via Riverside Score for the 25 forms included.
Available modular reports: