Date(s) - 10/29/19 - 10/30/19
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
UMKC at Union Station
This two-day workshop will focus on administration, scoring, and interpretation of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Fifth Edition (WISC-V). The presenter will describe standardized administration of the subtests, and provide participants with opportunities to practice administration. The presenter will discuss the impact of deviations from standardized procedures on test results.For the interpretation session, the presenter will describe how to analyze WISC-V profiles by considering primary, ancillary, and complementary indexes. Using sample data, the presenter will demonstrate how clinicians decide which index to use to determine the examinee’s eligibility for direct specialized instruction. At the end of the workshop, participants will
*Describe directions for administration of WISC-V subtests.
*Discuss the constructs measured by the subtests, and the abilities related to performance of the tasks.
*Analyze WISC-V profiles.
*Use WISC-V date to identify a pattern of cognitive strengths and weaknesses.
Participants need to bring their WISC V kits (if possible)
**This training is not for WISC-V Certification