This session will familiarize participants with The Woodcock-Johnson® IV (WJ IV) edition of one of the most widely used batteries of individually-administered psycho-educational tests. Based on the evolution of Cattell–Horn–Carroll (CHC) theory, new tests and interpretive clusters place emphasis on the most important and diagnostically useful measures of academic achievement, oral language, and cognitive abilities.
Participants will be supported in interpreting the evaluation of strengths and weaknesses within and among measures of academic performance, oral language competence, and cognitive abilities.
In addition to five years in this role at Nelson, Janet has a strong background in education. Over 20 years, roles included elementary teacher, principal, guidance counsellor, IB Coordinator and workshop leader within the IB network. Janet has also served as a volunteer with IB Access projects as part of their Tsunami recovery initiative.
K-12/Tous niveaux Maternelle à 12
Participants require access to a computer with webcam and microphone and to have a Woodcock Johnson IV kit available including test record and examiner manual.
Each participant will receive a printable PDF copy of the session workbook