The CELF-5 Screening Test helps you quickly determine if a student needs further testing to identify a language disorder. Appropriate for students ages 5:0 through 21:11, this tool is the only standardized screening measure available for older school-aged students!
Features and Benefits
- Saves you time, with administration and scoring taking only 15 minutes.
- Now includes a pragmatics screening, in addition to items that help you screen morphology, syntax, and semantics skills.
- Easy to administer and score
- Reduces administration time for follow-up testing with the CELF-5; screening items are a subset of the diagnostic CELF-5, so that you can simply transfer many of the screening test responses to the CELF-5 protocol. No need to re-administer the test items, reducing CELF-5 administration time!
- Enables cost-effective universal screening for children in Kindergarten round-up.
- Can be used with students through age 21, providing the only screening measure with research-based criterion scores for older school-age students.
- Presents research-based cut scores by age based on a standardization sample of more than 2,300 students throughout the United States. The test items were subjected to rigorous analysis of bias. Scoring rules are sensitive to many dialects use in the U.S. and diverse cultures.
- Uses colorful illustrations that keep students engaged.
Prime Time to Screen–PLS-5 & CELF-5 Screening Tests and Shaywitz DyslexiaScreen
Presenter: Adam Scheller, PhD
Back-to-school is an ideal time for screening! Obtain important information about how screening helps identify children and adolescents at-risk for a disorder, as well as screening benefits and limitations. Specifics about screening tools available for children from birth through age 21 such as age ranges, content, understanding screening results, and next steps will be presented.
Date: Aug 17, 2017