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Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency, Second Edition (BOT-2)

Robert H Bruininks & Brett D Bruininks

A comprehensive assessment of gross and fine motor skills for ages 4 to 21 years, 11 months.

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Age range: 4 to 21 years

Qualification level: B

Year: 2005

Administration time: 45 to 60 minutes

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With the BOT-2 you can assess the gross and fine motor proficiency of 4-21 year olds, ranging from those who are typically developing to those with moderate motor-skill deficits.

Key benefits of the BOT-2 include:

  • Most widely used motor proficiency test
  • New easel administration format
  • Improved manipulatives, including a wider, more durable balance beam
  • Game-like tasks that capture and hold students’ interest
  • Not verbally complex

The BOT-2 can also be used for developing and evaluating motor training programmes.

Technical Information

Q-global® Administration Options

This product is available on Q-global with the following administration options:

Manual Entry - Scoring and Reporting Only (ME)

These assessments are administered in paper-pencil format only, and can be scored by entering raw data into Q-global for scoring and reporting.

If you would like more information, please visit the Q-global product page, www.pearsonclinical.com.au/qglobal

Description

BOT-2 assesses the motor proficiency of 4-21 year olds, ranging from those who are typically developing to those with moderate motor-skill deficits. It can also be used for developing and evaluating motor training programmes.

Challenging, game-like tasks

Children enjoy the variety and appeal of the test items. BOT-2 items provide a full range of interesting tasks that measure gross and fine motor skills—maintaining balance while standing on one leg, bouncing a ball, and cutting out a circle are just a few examples.

New administration manual makes testing more efficient

BOT-2 features a completely new administration manual with an easy-to-use layout that gives examiners access to all the information they need on a single page.

The manual also provides suggestions to guide examiners in explaining the tasks. For the examinee, large, clear pictures of the tasks being completed help provide a better understanding of the test items, especially for children who have language, cognition or attention problems.

Eight subtests assess:

  1. Fine Motor Precision—7 items (e.g., cutting out a circle, connecting dots)

  2. Fine Motor Integration—8 items (e.g., copying a star, copying a square)

  3. Manual Dexterity—5 items (e.g., transferring pennies, sorting cards, stringing blocks)

  4. Bilateral Coordination—7 items (e.g., tapping foot and finger, jumping jacks)

  5. Balance—9 items (e.g., walking forward on a line, standing on one leg on a balance beam)

  6. Running Speed and Agility—5 items (e.g., shuttle run, one-legged side hop)

  7. Upper-Limb Coordination—7 items (e.g., throwing a ball at a target, catching a tossed ball)

  8. Strength—5 items (e.g., standing long jump, sit-ups)

Composite Scores

BOT–2 covers a broad array of fine and gross motor skills, providing composite scores in four motor areas and one comprehensive measure of overall motor proficiency. These composites are:

  • Fine Manual Control

  • Manual Coordination

  • Body Coordination

  • Strength and Agility

  • Total Motor Composite

Comprehensive Training DVD

This DVD provides an in-depth look at all aspects of the BOT-2. The video includes an introduction by the authors, a detailed look at test administration, scoring and reporting information and an overview of the BOT-2 ASSIST scoring and reporting software program.

 

Research round-up - the Movement ABC-2 and BOT-2
Too busy to read journal articles? This webinar will provide a quick overview of recently published research relating to the Movement ABC-2 and BOT-2 assessments.
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Introducing the Bruininks Motor Ability Test (BMAT)
Clinicians working with adults are facing increasing pressure to use standardised assessments to establish eligibility for, and the efficacy of, intervention. The BMAT provides a norm-referenced measure of motor abilities in adults aged 40 years and older. This webinar will provide an overview of the test and its potential applications in a clinical setting.
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