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Developed by Jan Hasbrouck, Ph.D., this assessment tool helps to quickly and accurately diagnose students’ strengths and instructional needs in phonics and decoding skills. Teachers can use results from the QPA to plan core or supplemental instruction, as well as more intensive intervention* in phonics and decoding.
Developed by Jan Hasbrouck, Ph.D., this assessment provides information about students' encoding and spelling skills. Teachers can use it to determine if students have learned and can apply phonics patterns in their spelling and to document improvements in handwriting skills. QSA results can also help determine which students should be given the QPA and where to start.
“Developed by Wiley Blevins, Ed.D., this assessment examines a student’s range of phonological and phonemic awareness skills in a one-on-one setting. It is designed to determine whether students need or would benefit from more intensive instruction and practice in phonological and phonemic awareness."
A robust suite of assessments enables placement and progress monitoring. Components include:
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