Last week I, together with Dr. Fred Schrank and Dr. Nancy Mather, unveiled the new Woodcock-Johnson IV Battery at the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) annual 2014 convention in Washington, DC. We presented a three hour introductory and overview workshop. NASP members can download the handouts we provided at the NASP website. It is my understanding that NASP will eventually provide access to a video of the workshop that will allow NASP members to view and earn CEU credits (I am not 100% sure of this; check with NASP--don't email me).
Since the information we presented is now public, we three coauthors wish to provide access to our presentation to others. The three presentation title slides are below. Each are followed by a link to my SlideShare account (click this link if you want to see all three listed, as well as all my other PPT modules) where the slide shows can be viewed. You will note that not all the slides were presented at the workshop session are included, due to test security issues and the pre-publication nature of various technical information from the forthcoming technical manual.
Enjoy. Also, as coauthors of the WJ IV, we all have a financial interest in the instrument. A disclosure statement is present in Part 1 of the slides. My individual conflict of interest disclosure statement can be found at the MindHub web portal.
Additional information can be found at the official WJ IV Riverside Publishing web page.
(Click here for Part 1)
(Click here for Part 2)
(Click here for Part 3)