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The DEVPRO MOTOR SKILLS ASSESSMENT is a criterion-referenced test instrument which measures skill acquisition on 22 gross motor and perceptual-motor sub-tests. The Assessment is a database of over 950 skills arranged by developmental level, and all of the skills have been entered into the database for you. The skills and test tasks have been researched and documented using over 90 professional resources, giving the DEVPRO Motor Skills Assessment a high face validity and content validity.
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The DEVPRO database allows you to keep track of each student's biographical, school, disability, program, and assessor information in a scrolling window.
It also keeps track of important dates and scheduling information. The improvement index is used to set goals by adding months of developmental improvement to existing skill levels. The index is shown as "yy.mm" , or in this case, the index is 9 months.
Each test is shown with its ID and developmental age "mode" for the current skill level. The test level information is easily changed clicking on any skill ID which shows the dialog below.
The test skill level is easily changed by clicking on one of the Ids in the list or using the Up/Dn Arrow keys. This will change the description, mode, and range for that test. By using the Next Test or Previous Test, you can move through all of the tests and update their skill levels.
Next there are two comment sections where additional information for that student can be entered. The first comment is normally used for personal observations for that student. The second may be used for other information such as results for another test, such as physical fitness, or for medical information.
From the Tools menu you can show this graph, which displays the developmental age of all of the tests along with the student's age line. The developmentally low tests that need improvement are easily seen. Completed tests have their skill put on the student's age line, in order to make it easier to see the low skills that can be improved.
DEVPRO manages the entire caseload of the instructor, and can summarize annual review dates, service delivery schedules, name and address rosters, and other useful data spreadsheets. Example: sort students by next review date to list your test schedule for the year.
DEVPRO includes already designed evaluation forms and data reports. You can edit them using any RTF-aware text processor. You can also create new types of forms and reports to meet his or her evaluation and data needs. Rich Text Format (RTF) is supported allowing your Windows word processor to create, edit, and print evaluation forms.
|The following sample report for a fictional student is in Adobe Acrobat PDF format and requires the free Acrobat Reader software to view. You can download the Acrobat Reader software from http://www.adobe.com/.|
|Assessment Report for Mellissa Bright|
|A Macintosh version of DEVPRO is also available|
|The original MS-DOS version of DEVPRO is still available for those who still need it|
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