Author(s) : Dr. Richard Woodcock; Dr. Fredrick Schrank; Dr. Nancy Mather and Dr. Kevin McGrew
Publisher : Riverside Insights, 2014
SKU : 611WCJ
A comprehensive assessment system on the cutting edge of clinical practice.
The Woodcock-Johnson® IV (WJ IV) system is structured to offer the ease of use and flexibility that examiners need to accurately evaluate learning problems for children and adults in a way that no other assessment solution can.
The Woodcock-Johnson IV Tests of Oral Language (WJ IV™ OL) can be used to determine and describe an individual’s strengths and weaknesses with regard to expressive language. The
12-test battery consists of nine English tests and three Spanish tests.
For more information on WJ IV Batteries and Options, please visit the Woodcock-Johnson® IV (WJ IV) page.
The WJ IV Oral Language Test Record w/ISR (pkg 25) includes 25 Test Records with Individual Score Reports (ISR) for the WJ IV Tests of Oral Language.
Scoring & Reporting
All Woodcock-Johnson IV and ECAD scoring is completed in the Riverside Score™ system. Riverside Score provides a secure, web-based environment where examiners can easily enter raw scores, assessment data, and test session observations for any of the assessments listed below.
After entering data, examiners can generate reports for all derived scores and clusters. Reports can be viewed online or downloaded as PDFs, Word documents, or HTML files for easy sharing and offline review.
ISRs are included with purchase or protocols. You are assigned 1 ISR per protocol purchased (i.e. if you purchase a pack of 25, you will be assigned 25 ISRs, to score 25 times).
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• Masters degree in Psychology, OR evidence of equivalent level of study.
• Masters degree in Speech Therapy/Speech Pathology, OR evidence of equivalent level of study.
• Masters degree in Occupational Therapy, OR evidence of equivalent level of study.
• Masters degree in Social Work, OR evidence of equivalent level of study.
• Masters degree in Special Education, OR evidence of equivalent level of study.