CELF-4 Record Forms Ages 5-8 Qty 25 (Print)015803760X Qualification Level B
CELF-4 Record Forms Ages 9-21 Qty 25 (Print)0158037634 Qualification Level B
The CELF-4 combines core subtests with supplementary subtests to get a comprehensive assessment of a student’s language skills.
Four Level Process Model
The CELF®–4 assessment process has the flexibility and diagnostic information that you need to design an individualized assessment path for each client.
Level 1 – The four most discriminating subtests enable you to quickly determine whether or not there is a language disorder in one-third less time.
Level 2 – Determine the nature of the disorder and the student’s strengths and weaknesses with two additional subtests to obtain Receptive Language, Expressive Language, Language Structure, Language Content, Language Memory, and Working Memory Index scores.
Level 3 – Decide what clinical skill deficits underlie the disorder with subtests such as Phonological Awareness, Rapid Automatic Naming, Number Repetition, Familiar Sequences, Word Associations, and Working Memory composite.
Level 4 – Explore how the student’s classroom language performance and social interactions are affected. Use the Pragmatics Profile and the Observational Rating Scale to continue your assessment.
CELF-4 Training CD
Provides in-depth training on each level of the CELF-4 assessment process. CELF-4 Training CD provides a comprehensive review of the Examiner's Manual, record forms, stimulus books, and new subtests. Includes:
Answering Tough Questions in CELF-4 Diagnosis and Interpretation.
CELF-4 uses a comprehensive multi-level process model for evaluating language disorders in school-age children. This seminar provides clinicians the opportunity to ask the tough questions that arise when interpreting test results. Clinicians are encouraged to submit questions about specific cases or about subtests or scores before the session.
Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2010
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