This workshop provides intensive training on administering, scoring, and interpreting this brand new and updated IQ test, which is being released in the Fall of 2012. New features of the WPPSI-4 include: redesigned subtests made to be more developmentally appropriate, two new working memory subtests for children as young as 2.5 years, an optional measure of inhibitory control, processing speed subtests that reduce fine motor demands, new picture items on verbal subtests to ensure valid scores, and an extended age range up to 7.5 years.
Adapted to meet the needs of both the veteran and novice examiner, this workshop covers:
Changes to the WPPSI-4.
Scoring the test, including tips and common scoring errors.
Interpreting the results, including:
- Maximizing the interpretive yield from the test
- Using the test scores to explain academic strengths and weaknesses
- Using the test scores to identify the student's learning style and to differentiate instruction
Generating specific, practical recommendations from the test results.
Use of the WPPSI-4 to write Individualized Education Programs (IEPs).
In short, using the WPPSI-4 to better understand and help your students.