Alan S Kaufman, Nadeen L Kaufman
Qualification Level: B (Specialist Teacher)
Age Range: Individual - 4 years to 25 years 11 months
Administration: Paper and pencil
The Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement, Third Edition (KTEA–3) helps you to quickly and easily identify strengths and weaknesses, to help you determine the right intervention to follow-up with. It also provides a deeper understanding of achievement gaps, so that you can help your students to achieve their potential.
KTEA-3 is an individually administered measure of academic achievement, a comprehensive assessment that evaluates key reading, maths, written language, and oral language skills. It covers a wide range of achievement and language domains and includes two independent, concurrently normed parallel forms (A and B) to help you accurately measure academic progress and minimise practice effects.
Users & Applications
Suitable for use by SENCOs, Educational Psychologists and other professionals to help:
- Evaluate academic skills in reading, math, written language, and oral language
- Measure progress or response to intervention and adjust instruction based on performance
- Identify learning disabilities on a core level.
- Updated norms for ages 4:0 to 25:11
- Revised subtests with new items and improved content coverage
- Simplified administration procedures to enhance the usability of the test
- Online scoring and reporting available via our Q-global® web-based system.
- Easy to administer, score, and interpret
- Updated artwork.
- Qualitative observations checklist for suggesting possible areas of processing weaknesses
- Lower age range to age 4 and preschool norms to identify issues earlier
- Intervention suggestions for parents and teachers to expand the effectiveness of your evaluation
- Behavioural checklist to look at how the child responds during testing
- Novel tasks to motivate low-functioning students
- Alternate forms and Growth Scale Value (GSV) to easily measure progress.
- Phonological Processing (PP)
- Math Concepts & Applications (MCA)
- Letter & Word Recognition (LWR)
- Math Computation (MC)
- Nonsense Word Decoding (NWD)
- New! Writing Fluency (WF)
- New! Silent Reading Fluency (SRF)
- New! Math Fluency (MF)
- Reading Comprehension (RC)
- Written Expression (WE)
- Associational Fluency (AF)
- Spelling (SP)
- Object Naming Facility (ONF)
- New! Reading Vocabulary (RV)
- Letter Naming Facility (LNF)
- Listening Comprehension (LC)
- Word Recognition Fluency (WRF)
- Oral Expression (OE)
- Decoding Fluency (DF).
KTEA-3 and the Disabled Students Allowances (DSA)
KTEA-3 has been reviewed and additional guidelines about using this test for Assessment of Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD) in Higher Education/DSA applications can be found on the SASC website. It is important you read and consider the additional guidelines that have been issued when using this test for the purpose of DSA applications.
All new normative data collected in the US from July 2011 through July 2013.
Age-norm sample includes 3,000 individuals aged 4:0–25:11. Grade norms are based on 2,600 students in Grades Pre and K–12.