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KBIT 2 Important Tool in Improving Teaching Methods
posted by Karen Quinn, The Testing Mom - August 20th, 2011
The Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test (KBIT) and similar IQ and skills and abilities assessment tests don’t only help identify learning proficiency or challenges in individual children, but they also help schools improve their teaching methods and standard educational practices.
The Kaufman test and Kaufman practice tests are commonly used by schools to see how new teaching practices and classroom methodologies are fairing for students in a particular school program, individual school, or a full school district.
In the same way that the KBIT 2 is able to identify learning advancement or a lag in student achievement on an individual basis, these same tools can be used to determine if new school teaching methods and programs are benefiting students in the manner in which the school had planned.