The WJ IV Interpretation and Instructional Interventions Program (WIIIP®) personalises interventions and accommodations based on WJ IV and ECAD results.
WIIIP – Spend less time writing reports and more time facilitating intervention and program planning.
- Linking assessment data to intervention recommendations
- Practitioners to focus on interpretation and program planning
- Developing personalised instructionational strategies and accommodations based on test results
- A detailed description of individual performance on each test and cluster
- Qualitative, Developmental, Proficiency, and Peer-Comparison information for each test and cluster
- Evidence-based and formative interventions and accommodations
Scoring & Reporting Guide
- Provides a narrative overview, table of scores, and, if selected, interventions and checklist information.
- Includes optional detailed descriptions of the individual’s performance on all WJ IV tests and clusters.
- Provides definitions of dyslexia, examinee background information, scores, and score analysis tables. This information can help practitioners determine the type, scope, and level of impairment.
- Recommends interventions that can be offered to teachers and parents.
- Collect a comprehensive set of data from students, parents and teachers to inform decisions best.
- Pair the above data with insights from the WJ IV and ECAD assessments to provide tailored recommendations unique to each examinee.
The WIIIP’s personalized interventions and accommodations are suggested based on a holistic view of the examinee’s results. Examiners can choose to include all recommendations or manually select the reports they feel are most appropriate.
- Reason for Referral
- Parent, School Age
- Teacher, School Age
- Parent, Preschool Age
- Teacher, Preschool Age
- Classroom Behaviour Observation Form
- Self-Report, Adolescent/Adult
- Writing Evaluation Scale
Frequently Asked Questions
The WJIV Cognitive has raw scores which are calculated manually but all score conversions (ie standard score calculations) are completed via an online scoring platform and cannot be done by hand. Approximate age equivalent scores can be generated by hand but all accurate data must be achieved online.
Yes the WJIV Cog has a number of different processing speed tasks that can be used to assess processing speed for SASC reports.
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