In this session, I will explain how the Riverside Insights team approached the digital adaptation of the Woodcock-Johnson tests, including considerations for construct validity, scoring,reliability, and user experience. I will also discuss the implications of preliminary equivalence research.
Join us for a demonstration and overview of the WJ IV Digital Brief Cognitive Ability Assessment.
This registration gives you full access to both sessions for Monday 8/8. Please log in at the time of the session that you would like to attend. All attendees will receive 1 APA and NASP approved CE Unit per 1 hour session completed (up to 2 per day).