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Wechsler Individual Achievement Test, Third Edition: Australian and New Zealand Standardised

WIAT-III A&NZ
Updated achievement test for use in a variety of clinical, educational, and research settings

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  • WIAT-III A&NZ Complete Kit
    9781488694707 Qualification Level B

    Includes

    Examiner's Manual
    Technical Manual USB Flashdrive
    Scoring and Normative Supplement for School Aged Children
    Stimulus Book
    Oral Reading Fluency Booklet
    Word Card
    Pseudoword Card
    Response Booklets (Pack of 25)
    Record Forms (Pack of 25)
    Audio USB Flashdrive

    AUD 1,489.07

  • Q-global WIAT-III A&NZ Examiner's Manual (Digital)
    9780655797371 Qualification Level B

    AUD 250.36

  • WIAT-III A&NZ Examiner's Manual (print)
    9781488694721 Qualification Level B

    AUD 265.43

  • Q-global WIAT-III A&NZ Stimulus Book (Digital)
    9780655797401 Qualification Level B

    AUD 631.84

  • WIAT-III A&NZ Stimulus Book (print)
    9781488694738 Qualification Level B

    AUD 669.13

  • Q-global WIAT-III Technical Manual with Adult Norms (Digital)
    0150021445 Qualification Level B

    Read only. Cannot be printed.

    AUD 265.43

  • Q-global WIAT-III Dyslexia Index Scoring Manual (Digital)
    0150023197 Qualification Level B

    (viewable online only)

    AUD 71.72

  • WIAT-III Dyslexia Index Scoring Manual (print)
    0158015258 Qualification Level B

    AUD 77.22

  • Q-global WIAT-III A&NZ Scoring and Normative Supplement for School Aged Children (Digital)
    9780655797388 Qualification Level B

    AUD 250.36

  • WIAT-III A&NZ Record Form
    9781488694790 Qualification Level B

    Pack of 25

    AUD 218.90

  • WIAT III A&NZ Response Booklet
    9781488694806 Qualification Level B

    Pack of 25

    AUD 183.81

  • Q-global WIAT-III A&NZ Oral Reading Fluency Booklet (Digital)
    9780655797418 Qualification Level B

    AUD 28.71

  • WIAT-III A&NZ Oral Reading Fluency Booklet (print)
    9781488694745 Qualification Level B

    AUD 30.80

  • Q-global WIAT-III A&NZ Word Card (Digital)
    9780655797425 Qualification Level B

    AUD 17.82

  • WIAT-III A&NZ Word Card (print)
    9781488694752 Qualification Level B

    AUD 19.36

  • Q-global WIAT-III A&NZ Pseudoword Card (Digital)
    9780655797432 Qualification Level B

    AUD 17.82

  • WIAT-III A&NZ Pseudoword Card (print)
    9781488694769 Qualification Level B

    AUD 19.36

  • Q-global WIAT-III A&NZ Audio Files (Digital)
    9780655798842 Qualification Level B

    AUD 46.64

  • Education Q-interactive License · 1 Year (Digital)
    9781488694837 Qualification Level B

    Tests included:
    EVT-3, KTEA-3, PPVT-5, RBANS Update, WIAT-III A&NZ, and WRAT5

    Please Note:
    All licences require the purchase of subtests (product number QNTRSITELIC). Please add these to your cart before checkout. A minimum number of 150 subtests are required. Tiered pricing is available.

    AUD 176.00

  • Speech & Language Q-interactive License · 1 Year (Digital)
    9781488692116 Qualification Level B

    Tests included:
    CELF-5 A&NZ, CELF Preschool-3 A&NZ, EVT-3, GFTA-3/KLPA-3, KTEA-3, PPVT-5, RBANS Update, WIAT-III A&NZ, and WRAT5

    Please Note:
    All licences require the purchase of subtests (product number QNTRSITELIC). Please add these to your cart before checkout. A minimum number of 150 subtests are required. Tiered pricing is available.

    AUD 319.00

  • Q-global WIAT-III A&NZ Score Report Usage
    9781488695025 Qualification Level B

    AUD 3.41

  • Q-global WIAT-III A&NZ Score Report Subscription 1 Year (per user)
    9781488695032 Qualification Level B

    AUD 49.72

  • Standard Q-interactive License · 1 Year (Digital)
    A103000260031 Qualification Level C

    Tests included:
    CVLT-3, CVLT-C, D-KEFS, EVT-3, KTEA-3, NEPSY-II, PPVT-5, RBANS Update, WAIS-IV A&NZ, WIAT-III A&NZ, WISC-V A&NZ, WMS-IV A&NZ, and WRAT5

    Please Note:
    All licences require the purchase of subtests (product number QNTRSITELIC). Please add these to your cart before checkout. A minimum number of 150 subtests are required. Tiered pricing is available.
     

    AUD 495.00

  • WIAT-III Mastery Accreditation · Live Online · 12 Hours
    A103000251823 Qualification Level B

    This live-online, two-day training will dive deeper into administering, scoring, analysing results and monitoring progress using the WIAT-III. Learn how to be confident and comprehensive in your practice and in your support of your students and colleagues using special education tools

    Below are the dates available for this training. We'll be in contact to secure your preferred date.

    • 10 May 2024 (Full day, 9am - 5pm) and 17 May 2024 (Half-day, 9am - 1pm)
    • 15 November 2024 (Full day, 9am - 5pm) and 22 November 2024 (Half-day, 9am - 1pm)

    Minimum order of 1 items

    AUD 1,100.00

    1-3 AUD 1,100.00
    4-5 AUD 990.00
    6+ AUD 880.00
    Savings are estimated
  • Q-interactive Subtest Usage Fee
    QNTRSITELIC Qualification Level B

    This is a subtest usage fee for all Q-interactive tests, including but not limited to WISC, CELF, WIAT, WAIS, etc.

    Pre-pay for subtests by estimating what you plan to use in a given period or based on your administration history. Tiered pricing is available based on the number of subtests.

    Please note the administration of BSRA, CVLT, EVT, GFTA, KLPA, PPVT and RBANS are equivalent to three subtests.

    For Memory subtests in which there is a Delayed Recall condition, there is no additional charge for the delayed administration.

    Some test(s) require the use of manipulative items or response booklets that must be purchased separately. Please see required materials.

    Unused subtests will only carry forward upon continued renewal of an annual license. Any break or suspension in the annual license will forfeit unused pre-paid subtests.

    Additional subtests consumed beyond the initial upfront number purchased will be post-billed at that same price. Alternatively, additional pre-paid subtest usages can be purchased at any time as per the advertised price.

    Minimum order of 150 items

    AUD 2.98

    1-750 AUD 2.98
    751-5000 AUD 2.59
    5001+ AUD 2.20
    Savings are estimated
  • User Level B Training (Academic Achievement) · Hybrid · 12 Hours
    A103000251817 Qualification Level A

    This hybrid, three-unit training is designed to support and upskill primary and secondary teachers, special educators, learning support staff and other professionals working in the Education industry to help screen and assess a student’s cognitive ability, academic achievement, cognitive skills, and social-emotional learning by providing access to User Level B assessments. This training will focus on the Weschler Individual Achievement Test (WIAT).

    Below are the dates available for this training. We'll be in contact to secure your preferred date.

    • 6 September 2024
    • 8 November 2024

    Minimum order of 1 items

    AUD 1,100.00

    1-3 AUD 1,100.00
    4-5 AUD 990.00
    6+ AUD 880.00
    Savings are estimated
  • User Level B Training (Academic Achievement) · On Demand
    A103000360921 Qualification Level A

    This on demand training is designed to support and upskill User Level A primary and secondary teachers, special educators, learning support staff and other professionals working in the Education industry to help screen and assess a student’s cognitive ability, academic achievement, cognitive skills, and social-emotional learning by providing access to User Level B assessments. This training will focus on the Wecshler Individual Achievement Test (WIAT).

    AUD 1,100.00

  • WIAT III A&NZ Scoring Workbook
    9781488694776 Qualification Level B

    AUD 265.43

Overview

Publication date:
2016
Completion time:
Varies by school year level and subtests administered
Administration:
Individual; Q-interactive® administration and scoring, Q-global® scoring and reporting, or manual scoring
Age range:
Individuals 4:0-50:11
Qualification level:
B

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Product Details

The WIAT-III A&NZ is suitable for use in a variety of clinical, educational, and research settings, including schools, clinics and private practices. Use WIAT-III A&NZ results to:

  • Identify the academic strengths and weaknesses of a student
  • Inform decisions regarding eligibility for educational services, educational placement, or diagnosis of a specific learning disability
  • Design instructional objectives and plan interventions

Features & Benefits

With a total of 16 subtests, WIAT-III A&NZ offers:

  • Three new subtests: Oral Reading, Maths Fluency and Early Reading Skills
  • Enriched Listening Comprehension, Oral Expression, and Written Expression subtests
  • Enhanced Reading Comprehension subtest
  • Improved scoring rules that are featured in response to scoring studies, theoretical reviews by expert researchers, and usability reviews by teachers and clinicians
  • Enhanced Q-Global digital scoring
  • Updated Australian and New Zealand norms for AU Preschool-Year 12 / NZ 0-13, and for ages 4:0-19:11.  U.S. data available for ages 20:0-50:11

Improved usability options

  • Traditional hard copy paper-and-pencil printed version or,
  • Q-interactive iPad version using two iPads (clinician provided)

Content & Administration

  • Measure all eight areas of achievement as important for identifying and classifying learning disabilities
  • Focus on reading goals and objectives with the Early Reading Skills subtests
  • Evaluate patterns of strengths and weaknesses to identify learning disabilities
 

Psychometric Information

The WIAT-III A&NZ was standardised on 1360 Australian and New Zealand students and features comprehensive normative information. The WIAT-III A&NZ was correlated with the following achievement and ability measures (these studies are included in the WIAT-IIII A&NZ Examiner's Manual):

  • Wechsler Individual Achievement Test-Australian Standardised Second Edition (WIAT-II Australian, Pearson, 2007)
  • Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, Fifth Australian and New Zealand Edition (WISC-V A&NZ; Wechsler, 2016)

The WIAT-III (U.S. standardisation) was correlated with the following ability measures (these studies are included in the U.S. Technical Manuals): 

  • Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence, Third Edition (WPPSI-III; Wechsler, 2002)
  • Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence, Fourth Edition (WPPSI-IV; Wechsler, 2012) - Study included in the WPPSI-IV Technical and Interpretive Manual
  • Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, Fourth Edition (WISC-IV; Wechsler, 2003)
  • Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, Fifth Edition (WISC-V; Wechsler, 2014) - Study included in the WISC-V Technical and Interpretive Manual
  • Wechsler Nonverbal Scale of Ability (WNV; Wechsler & Naglieri, 2006)
  • Differential Ability Scales, Second Edition (DAS-II; Elliott, 2007)

Errata

We would like to bring to your attention a correction made to the WIAT-III A&NZ Examiner's Manual.  The correction pertains to page 110 of the Examiner's Manual, Table 5.13 Mean Performance of the Australian and New Zealand Intellectual Disability Group and the Matched Control Group.  This correction does not affect norms, reliability, or validity.  The change relates to the Matched Control data which has been updated in the table below.  No change has been made to the Intellectual Disability group data, or the commentary on page 111.

This correction will be made on the next printing of the Examiner’s Manual.  We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you. If you have any questions, please contact our Client Services team on 1800 882 385 (toll free) (AUS) or 0800 942 722 (toll free) (NZ), or email us at info@pearsonclinical.com.au.

Download Table 5.13 Mean Performance of the Australian and New Zealand Intellectual Disability Group and the Matched Control Group

 

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Q-interactive

WIAT-III A&NZ Q-interactive

The WIAT-III A&NZ assists you in identifying the academic strengths and weaknesses of a student; informing decisions regarding eligibility for educational services, educational placement, or diagnosis of a specific learning disability; and designing instructional objectives and planning interventions.

Basic Reading Word Reading
The examinee reads a set of single words out loud. This subtest measures the speed and accuracy of single word reading.

Pseudoword Decoding
The examinee reads out loud a set of single non-words. This subtest measures the speed and accuracy of decoding skills.

Maths Problem Solving
The examinee listens as the examiner reads each problem, looks at the corresponding visual stimuli, and provides oral and/or points to responses. This subtest measures maths problem-solving skills under untimed conditions.

Numerical Operations
The examinee is asked to complete the numerical operations by writing the answers in the provided response booklet. This subtest measures written mathematics calculation skills under untimed conditions.

Maths Fluency
The examinee completes as many problems as he/she can within a 60-second time limit. This subtest measures written mathematics calculation fluency (speed and accuracy).

Listening Comprehension
In the first component of listening comprehension, the examinee looks at a set of pictures, listens to a word spoken out loud by the examiner, and then points (or states the letter that corresponds to) the picture that best illustrates the meaning of the target word. In the second component, the examinee listens to an audio recording of one or more sentences of a narrative or expository information, listens to the question(s) read out loud by the examiner, and then orally answers the question(s). This subtest measures listening comprehension at the level of the word, sentence, and discourse.

Oral Expression
The examinee is evaluated on his/her skills in association with expressive vocabulary, oral word fluency, and sentence repetition. This subtest measures the skills and competencies that are important for effective oral expression and that underlie written language skills.

Reading Comprehension & Fluency Reading Comprehension
The examinee reads each passage out loud or silently, listens to each question asked out loud by the examiner, and orally answers each question with the passage available for reference. This subtest measures literal and inferential reading comprehension skills using a variety of passage and question types that resemble those used in school settings.

Oral Reading Fluency
The examinee reads a set of passages orally. This subtest measures oral reading fluency of expository and narrative passages.

Early Reading Skills
The examinee is presented auditory, visual, or combined auditory-visual stimuli and is required to respond either by pointing or orally. This subtest measures several skills deemed important for developing ready skills for students in years AU preschool-3 / NZ 0-4.

Alphabet Writing Fluency
The examinee writes alphabet letters within a 30-second time limit. This subtest measures the examinee's ability to write letters and can be administered to students in years AU preschool-3 / NZ 0-4.

Spelling
The examinee listens to a target sound or word, listen to the sound or word within the context of a sentence, and then writes the sound or word. This subtest measures written spelling of single sounds and words from dictation.

Essay Composition Subtest
Students in years AU 3-12+ / NZ 4-13+ are given 10 minutes to write an essay on a specific subject. This subtest measures spontaneous, compositional skills, including theme development, text organisation, grammar, and mechanics.

Sentence Composition Subtest
Sentence Composition includes two subtasks: Sentence Combining requires students to combine two or more sentences into one well-written sentence that preserves the meaning of the original sentences, and Sentence Building requires students to write sentences that use target words with appropriate context. This subtest measures sentence formulation skills and written syntactic maturity and ability in students, years AU 3-12+ / NZ 4-13+. Quickly scored with easy access to word list.

 

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