This is a bundle that includes two screening tools: 1)a checklist for at-risk students, and 2) a criterion-referenced tool for reading using nonsense words and a writing sample with a visual prompt and another writing prompt without a visual.
This is a license for 100 students, for larger organizations testing larger groups of students; it is discounted $153.00. The cost per student, with adiscount, - $4.59 versus $6.12 for a single license for 25 students.
This resource is designed for teachers, administrators, and other trained educational personnel to identify students at-risk for reading development using this criterion-referenced tool.
Over 45 states have passed legislation, or policies to identify and support students with dyslexia profiles/reading disorders. This is a wonderful tool for screening students at risk for dyslexia.
The CRT was developed as the tool for a school district to identify at-risk to identify students. Since its implementation, over four years ago, many students have been identified and provided skill remediation to improve their reading skills.
Teachers in the same department or grade level can use this CRT to identify students struggling to read and write. Please review the "Preview file" before purchasing.
Your purchase includes a license for 100 students. Please contact me if your district is considering this as a tool to be used for screening/assessment for a group larger than one hundred students. With larger purchases, an additional discount can be applied to purchase a district license tailored to the specific amount of children. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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