As a child ages, they typically attain critical skills and behaviors sequentially from simple to complex. The Battelle Developmental Inventory, Third Edition (BDI-3), appropriate for use with children from birth to 7 years, 11 months, measures mastery of those developmental milestones in the following global domains:
Each global domain is comprised of subdomains which help measure the child’s overall developmental progress as well as their mastery of discrete skill sets.
In addition to the domains above, BDI-3 also offers the all-new Battelle Early Academic Survey, with two subdomains specifically designed to measure foundational literacy and mathematics skills in children ages 3 years 6 months to 7 years 11 months. BDI-3 administration is easy and flexible, and can begin with any domain the examiner chooses. All test items may be administered using structured, observation, and/or interview format, depending on what’s most appropriate for a given testing session. An examiner can choose to administer just one domain, all 6 domains, or any combination as needed.
Use BDI-3 to:
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The Battelle Early Academic Survey
The Battelle Early Academic Survey is a new battery within the BDI-3. Usable as a stand-alone assessment or in conjunction with other BDI-3 material, the Battelle Early Academic Survey measures foundational literacy and mathematics skills in children 3 years 6 months to 7 years 11 months. As a holistic assessment for determining early skill proficiency, the Battelle Early Academic Survey is also ideally suited for early childhood progress monitoring as students develop these critical skills.
The Battelle Early Academic Survey subdomains include: