Written by Dr. Jack A. Naglieri and Dr. Tulio M. Otero, this edition of Essentials of CAS2 Assessment discusses the latest research and thinking on PASS theory and includes case studies demonstrating CAS2's uses with various diagnostic groups and its integration with other instruments.
Essentials of CAS2 Assessment helps professionals ensure that the CAS2 is administered and analyzed accurately so that the results can be applied for the greatest benefit of the child.
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At the 2015 National Association for Gifted Children Conference, it was announced that the next generation of the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT), the widely used measure to identify gifted and talented K-4 students would be released. The NNAT3 features new content, updated normative data, and a new and user-friendly online interface that is optimized for administering the assessment with a tablet.
Used by gifted and talented educators, testing coordinators, special education teachers, school psychologists and bilingual educators, the NNAT is a nationally normed, reliable nonverbal test, that provided a consistent way to screen all students without language or culture being a barrier. This provides a nonverbal, culturally neutral assessment of general ability that is ideal for use with diverse student populations.
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Jack A. Naglieri, PhD. is a Research Professor at the University of Virginia, Senior Research Scientist at the Devereux Center for Resilient Children, and Emeritus Professor of Psychology at George Mason University. With J.P. Das, he is well known for the PASS theory of intelligence and its application using the Cognitive Assessment System and Cognitive Assessment System-Second Edition.
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