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WIAT-III UK for Teachers (WIAT-III UK-T)

WIAT-III UK-Teachers
WIAT-III UK-Teachers
WIAT-III UK-Teachers

Key information

The WIAT-lll Third UK edition for Teachers (WIAT-IIlUK-T) is a UK-normed battery of five subtests to test key aspects of literacy.

Author(s):

David Wechsler

Publication Year:

2018

Age Range:

4 to 25 years

Administration:

Individual

Qualification Code:

CL2R

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A clinical instrument adapted specifically for teachers by David Wechsler

WIAT-IIlUK-T  has been approved by the STEC for inclusion on the list of approved tests. Additional guidance will follow later this year.

The Wechsler Individual Achievement Test – Third UK Edition for Teachers (WIAT-IIlUK-T) is the latest assessment from the world-renowned Wechsler range. This clinical reading and spelling assessment has been specifically adapted for teachers with training in special educational needs.

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  1. WIAT-IIlUK-T Complete Kit (in box, without a bag) £319 - NEW! 
  2. WIAT-IIlUK-T Complete Kit (in a bag) - £340

Results obtained from the WIAT-IIIUK-T can assist in:

  • identifying academic strengths and weaknesses of a student
  • informing decisions regarding eligibility for educational services
  • providing evidence for applications for Access Arrangements and the Disabled Students’ Allowance
  • designing instructional objectives and planning interventions.

> View Intro to WIAT-IIIUK-T webinar slides

Subtests

Reading: Early Reading Skills; Word Reading;Reading Comprehension; Oral Reading Fluency

Spelling: Spelling

> More on new subtests

WIAT-IIIUK-T for Access Arrangements and General Qualifications

The WIAT-IIlUK-T has particular application for testing for Access Arrangements and the Disabled Students’ Allowance. Suitable for measures of:

  • single word accuracy
  • reading comprehension
  • reading fluency and/or reading speed
  • single word spelling accuracy
  • applications: for a reader; extra time; a scribe.

WIAT-IIIUK-T for the Disabled Student’s Allowance*

(*to be reviewed by the SASC committee)

The WIAT-IIIUK-T is currently listed as a suitable test for the Assessment of Specific Learning Difficulties (SPLD) in Higher Education in the categories of:

  • reading: single word recognition
  • reading: continuous text reading: silent reading
  • spelling: single word.

The WIAT-IIIUK-T allows for flexible administration. Examiners may choose to administer a single subtest, a subset of the WIAT-IIIUK-T subtests, or all 5 subtests, depending upon the age level of the student, the purpose of the assessment, and the subtest scores required.

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WIAT-IIlUK-T normative data and score types

Scores provided for all subtests

Standard Scores (= 100, SD = 15); Percentile Ranks; Age Equivalents; Normal Curve Equivalents; Stanines.

 

Price list

Manual Administration Kits

WIAT–IIIUK-T Complete Kit (in a bag)

Includes WIAT IIIUK-T examiner's manual, stimulus book, pack of record forms (25), WIAT-III UK ORF Booklet and WIAT-III UK Word Card and Audio USB, in a bag
ISBN: 9780749172398
£340.00
£371.16 inc VAT
Available

WIAT-III UK-T Complete Kit (in box, without a bag)

Includes WIAT-III UK-T examiner's manual, stimulus book, pack of record forms (25), WIAT-III UK ORF Booklet and WIAT-III UK Word Card and Audio USB, without a bag.
ISBN: 9780749172381
£319.00
£344.01 inc VAT
Available

Manuals

WIAT-IIIUK-T Manual

ISBN: 9780749172350
£98.00
£98.00 inc VAT
Available

Forms

WIAT-IIIUK-T Record Form (25)

ISBN: 9780749172367
£58.00
£69.60 inc VAT
Available

Manual Administration Components

WIAT-IIIUK-T Stimulus Book

ISBN: 9780749172374
£75.00
£75.00 inc VAT
Out of stock: May, 2019

WIAT-IIIUK-T Audio USB

ISBN: 9780749172343
£70.00
£84.00 inc VAT
Available

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