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Monday, October 05, 2009

Woodcock-Johnson III (WJ III): Tests of Achievement 2001

Woodcock-Johnson III

With permission of Riverside Publishing Company, the American Printing House for the Blind now offers a full-color large print edition of one of the most widely used diagnostic tests for ages 2 through adult. The WJ III is commonly used to identify learning disabilities and for gathering details on individual strengths and weaknesses in preparation for educational planning.

For more information on WJ III features, the Compuscore® scoring and Profiles system, or the regular print battery and materials, go to www.riverpub.com

Features of WJ III Large Print Edition:

  • Minimum sans serif font size of 20 points
  • Formatting for maximum readability by persons with low vision
  • Space-saving 8 1/2" x 11" page size, in two volumes
  • Spiral bound books that can lie flat on the table or be used with a book stand
  • Pre-printed tabs for easy location of tests
  • Full-color graphics on high contrast paper
  • GlaReducers: non-glare acetate sheets in yellow and pink (also sold separately)

A roomy canvas bag, convenient for carrying and storing the WJ III Large Print test materials, is available separately.

*Note: In order to administer the Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Achievement: Large Print Edition, you must have training in administration of the Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Achievement. Examiners must own or purchase the regular print test and materials, including the audio cassette/CD, manuals, Compuscore CD, and Test Records (available only through Riverside Publishing). Contact: Customer Service Department / RIVERSIDE PUBLISHING / 425 Spring Lake Drive / Itasca, IL 60143-2079 / 800-323-9540 /Fax: 630-467-7192/ www.riverpub.com

Woodcock-Johnson III (WJ III): Tests of Achievement 2001: Large Print Edition (2 volumes and one pkg. of GlaReducers):
Catalog Number: 4-66000-00
Click this link to purchase the Woodcock-Johnson III: Tests of Achievement, 2001: Large Print Edition.
GlaReducer Sheets GlaReducers only: Glare-reducing sheets (pack of 4):
Catalog Number: 1-03062-00
Click this link to purchase GlaReducer Sheets from APH.

Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Achievement, 2001: Braille Adaptation

Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Achievement, 2001: Braille Adaptation

With permission of Riverside Publishing Company, the American Printing House for the Blind has developed a braille/tactile adaptation of one of the most widely used diagnostic tests for ages 2 to adult. The Woodcock-Johnson® III is commonly used to identify learning disabilities and for gathering details on individual strengths and weaknesses in preparation for educational planning.

Practitioners now can derive interpretive information from 19 test cluster scores to help measure performance levels, determine educational progress, and plan interventions. The WJ III Standard Battery provides 10 cluster scores, and 9 additional clusters are provided by the Extended Battery. The CompuScore® Scoring and Reporting system on CD makes it easy to derive and interpret scores and prepare documentation.

Features of the WJ III Braille Adaptation
  • Pre-printed tabs for locating tests quickly
  • Tactile Toss-Away Rulers (LP/Braille: 1-03010-00) for measurement tasks
  • Floppy Braille Binders with preprinted labels, for organizing tests
  • Examinee's Braille Test Book (in both uncontracted and contracted braille)
  • Examiner's Test Book (Standard and Extended Batteries)
  • Supplementary Manual
  • Test Records (10-pack)
  • CompuScore and Profiles Program CD
  • APH Innovations Tote

Note: The Woodcock-Johnson III: Braille Adaptation kit includes all of the replacement items listed above. The kit also includes examiner's manuals which are not available separately. The examiner's manuals are required to administer the Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Achievement-- Braille Adaptation.

Note: In order to administer the Woodcock-Johnson® III Tests of Achievement: Braille Adaptation, you must have training in administration of the Woodcock-Johnson® III Tests of Achievement. See Examiner Qualifications as specified by Riverside Publishing: http://www.riverpub.com/products/examiner_qualifications.html#wjIIIach. Examiners must own, purchase or have available the regular print test and materials, including the audio cassette/CD, manuals, WJ III DRB with audiocassette/CD, and/or the WJ III Tests of Cognitive Abilities and audiocassette/CD (available through Riverside Publishing). Contact: Riverside Publishing, Rolling Meadows, IL, 800-323-9540, http://www.riverpub.com

Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Achievement, 2001: Braille Adaptation
Catalog Number: 6-66000-00

Replacement Items

Test Record (10 Pack):
Catalog Number: 4-66002-00

Examinee's Braille Test Book, Standard Battery:
Catalog Number: 23-201-001

Examinee's Braille Test Book, Extended Battery: 23-201-002

Shape Recognition Test (2 Pack):
Catalog Number: 23-201-003

CompuScore and Profiles CD:
Catalog Number: 23-201-004
Click this link to purchase the Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Achievement, 2001: Braille Adaptation.

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