A Psychoeducational Assessment is considered the best mean of gaining an in-depth understanding a students learning style and their potential to learn in future.
At New Path Centre we provide diagnostic psychoeducational assessmenst and cognitive profile by qualified psychologist, which are accepted by school boards for student with Learning Disabilities and Giftedness designation.
This testing includes:
Reading: Children who are struggling to learn how to read may be having difficulty in one or more areas. For example, a child who is experiencing difficulty reading may have difficulty remembering what letters of the alphabet look like or the sounds that letters make). The truth is that there are many, many issues that might impact a child’s ability to learn to read.
Mathematics: L ags in developing math skill can be attributed to different causes. For example, a person may find it difficult to understand or name math terms, operations or concepts. By grade-3, language skills are needed to ‘decode’ written problems into math symbols or arithmetic signs
Written Expression: Written production is one of the most complex and demanding of the academic skills. It requires language skill, organization and planning skills, good working memory, an ability to remember letter sequences in common words, graphomotor skill and a strong understanding of writing and spelling techniques. It is also strongly impacted by motivational and attitudinal components.
Executive Functioning: A Psychoeducational Assessment (Educational Assessments) is considered the best means of gaining an in-depth understanding a student’s learning style and better still, their potential to learn in future.