National Institute for Learning Development - NILD

Woodcock Johnson IV

Woodcock Johnson IV Workshop
The WJ-IV Achievement includes new two-test Reading, Mathematics, and Written Language clusters. New Oral Reading, Reading Speed, and Reading Comprehension tests are also included. The new Number Matrices test adds a richer, in-depth interpretation of math problem-solving ability. WJ-IV includes an all-new Oral Language battery.

The new Tests of Oral Language is an important diagnostic supplement to the WJ-IV Achievement Batteries, and provides measures of oral language, phonetic coding, and speed of lexical access for a more comprehensive achievement evaluation.

PLEASE NOTE:

To purchase the WJ-IV Test of Achievement (available at http://www.riversidepublishing.com) you must have a Bachelor’s degree in an educational field (e.g. education, psychology, speech therapy, occupational therapy, counseling, etc). For more information, contact Riverside Publishing at 630-467-7000 or complete their Test Purchaser Qualification Form at Click HERE. You do not need to purchase the Test prior to taking the workshop and there is no need to bring these materials with you to the training. The above information is for your benefit after you complete the training.


This workshop is designed to provide NILD educational therapists training in administration, scoring and interpretation of the WJ-IV Tests of Achievement and Oral Language. The content focuses on theoretical background, technical overview, basal and ceiling rules, computing raw scores, obtaining estimated and grade-equivalent scores, administration of new tests, using Compuscore and Profiles Program and building examiner competency.

No Training Currently Scheduled

A Bachelor’s degree in an educational field (e.g. education, psychology, speech therapy, occupational therapy, counseling, etc.) is required. 

PLEASE NOTE:
To purchase the WJ-IV Test of Achievement (available at www.riversidepublishing.com) you must have a Bachelor’s degree in an educational field (e.g. education, psychology, speech therapy, occupational therapy, counseling, etc). For more information, contact Riverside Publishing at 630-467-700. You do not need to purchase the Test prior to taking the workshop and there is no need to bring these materials with you to the training. The above information is for your benefit after you complete the training.

No Training Currently Scheduled

 

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