aimswebPlus Early Literacy - Canadian Edition
aimswebPlus Canadian screens and monitors the early literacy and reading skills of Canadian PreK–grade 2 students. With its robust set of standards-aligned measures, this popular platform is proven to uncover learning gaps quickly, identify at-risk students, and assess individual and classroom growth. aimswebPlus Canadian also has an add-on screener for dyslexia for a comprehensive evaluation of early literacy.
Ages / Grades:
Measures for grades K-2
Online administration and scoring (with some exceptions).
Measures are brief and vary from 1 – 7 minutes.
Web-based scoring with some manual scoring exceptions.
A NEW Canadian edition of this popular platform now available!
aimswebPlus Canadian Early Literacy for grades K-2
aimswebPlus Canadian Shaywitz DyslexiaScreen (add-on)
For full pricing details, or to order, please download the 2021/2022 aimswebPlus Canadian Order Form
For information about aimswebPlus Canadian Edition, or a live demonstration of the system, please contact an Assessment & Technology Consultant for your region.
A telepractice session includes an examiner in one geographical location and a student in a different location. Using a high-speed internet connection and a secure software platform designed for web-based meetings (i.e., teleconference platform), an examiner, a student, and a facilitator or proctor in the student location join a shared web-based meeting via computers with audio and video capability. The examiner and student can see and hear one another throughout the session. Text, pictures, and video can be shared through the teleconference platform.
The aimswebPlus® Canadian measures can be administered in a telepractice context.
Measures that use Digital Record Forms (DRFs) follow one procedure, while the measures that use TestNav® (Pearson’s secure online-testing platform) follow another. This page describes how to administer DRF-scored and TestNav-delivered measures via telepractice.
The DRF and TestNav aimswebPlus Canadian measures can all be administered in a telepractice context. This guide serves as a framework to support the administration of both types of measures in this new context. In addition, educators should be sure to adhere to their national/state organization’s and local education agency’s recommendations regarding telepractice.
The calibration and norming of the aimswebPlus Canadian measures were not done within a telepractice context. As such, the educator administering these measures should use their professional judgement to determine if the telepractice assessment experience for a given student was comparable to a typical assessment experience at school.
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