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Get ready for back to school. Measures common executive function (EF) skills in areas of memory, cognitive flexibility, emotional control, time managment, organization, and task initiation and follow through.
It's a whole-child cognitive educational assessment that gives you actionable insights into how your child learns.
Helps determine any inhibiting factors such as body regulation, distractibility, endurance, etc. to the learning process.
Cognitive skills help us determine the learner’s reasoning, processing, and problem-solving capacity. Learners with learning differences and average-high IQs, often have underdeveloped EF profiles and as a result, tend to under-utilize their cognitive abilities.
A set of metacognitive skills used to control and coordinate abilities and behaviors like attention, organization, planning, and working memory.
A learner’s decoding, reading, fluency comprehension, and writing skills at grade level.
A learner's math skills at grade level, evaluated on abilities in computation, problem-solving, paragraph story problems, and conceptual understanding.