Assessment tools for psychologists and educators
At the 2015 National Association for Gifted Children Conference, Pearson announced the next generation of the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT), the widely used measure to identify gifted and talented K-4 students. 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.
Available Early 2016.
Learning & the Brain is offering this Summer Institute on the oceanside campus of the University of California, Santa Barbara.
In this interactive Institute, Dr. Jack Naglieri and Kathleen Kryza will merge current knowledge on the neuropsychology of abiity with the are of instruction to help students think smarter and ultimately take charge of their own learning in and beyond school.
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The CAS2: Rating Scale is a norm-referenced measure of behaviors related to cognitive/neuropsychological theory called PASS (Planning, Attention, Simultaneous, and Successive) completed by teachers. The rating scale provides scores for Planning, Attention, Simultaneous, and Successive scales as well as Total Score. Each PASS Scale as well as the CAS2 Full Scale yields a percentile rant and standard score with a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 15.
Complete CAS2: Rating Scale Kit Includes: Examiner's Manual and 25 Summary/Response Forms, all in a sturdy storage box. © 2014
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The CAS2: Brief is a norm-referenced measure of cognitive ability based on the well-researched cognitive/neuropsychological theory called PASS (Planning, Attention, Simultaneous, and Successive). PASS abilities are evaluated using four subtests (Planned Codes, Simultaneous Matrices, Expressive Attention, and Successive Digits) which are combined to yield a Total Score. Each subtest yields a scaled score based on a mean of 10 and a standard deviation of 3. The sum of scaled scores can be converted a percentile rank and index score with a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 15.
Complete CAS2: Brief Kit Includes: Examiner's Manual, Stimulus Book, 25 Examiner Record Forms, 25 Student Response Books, Scoring Templates, and two red pencils in a canvas carrying case. © 2014
The Cognitive Assessment System-Second Edition (CAS2) is a well-researched cognitive/neuropsychological theory called PASS (Planning, Attention, Simultaneous, and Successive). The CAS2 was designed to measure cognitive processing abilities important for a broad range of differential diagnoses and instructional planning in individuals ages 5-0 through 18-11. CAS2 provides practitioners with a valid and reliable tool to evaluate children's strengths and weaknesses in important areas of cognitive processing.
Complete CAS2 Kit Includes: Administration and Scoring Manual, Interpretive and Technical Manual, Stimulus Books 1-3, 25 Examiner Record Forms, 5 each of the Student Response Books for 5-7 and 8-17, 10 Figure Memory Response Books, Scoring Templates, and two red pencils in a canvas carrying case. © 2014
The author of more than 300 publications, his recent efforts include cognitive assessment, cognitive intervention, SLD determination and measurement of psychopathology and resilience.
A comprehensive list of Jack A. Naglieri's tests such as the Naglieri Nonverbal (NNAT) and the Comprehensive Executive Function Inventory (CEFI).
Download a PDF of handouts of past presentations on various topics and research by
Jack A. Naglieri.
Jack A. Naglieri, Ph.D., is Research Professor at the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia, Senior Research Scientist at the Devereux Center for Resilient Children and Emeritus Professor of Psychology at George Mason University.