Stanford - Binet Intelligence Scale (SB5)

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Stanford - Binet Intelligence Scale (SB5)

The SB5 is comprised of 10 subtests that assess five factors: Fluid Reasoning, Knowledge, Quantitative Reasoning, Visual–Spatial Processing, and Working Memory in two different IQs: verbal and non-verbal (Reynolds, Livingston, & Willson, 2008).

In the classroom, the SB5 is useful for assessing ELL, ASD, and hard-of-hearing students and is "ideal for measuring basic psychological processes in problem-solving models like Response to Intervention (RTI)" (Roid, n.d.).As students are assessed using this test, it can help to inform the teacher of more effecitve ways to help the student improve or diagnose for RtI.

Uses of the SB5 include assessing:* mental retardation* learning disabilities* developmental disabilities* intellectual giftedness "Diagnosis of mental retardation also requires assessment of and significant deficits in adaptive behaviors"(Canivez, 2009).

About the test

Canivez, G. (2009). Stanford - Binet Intelligence Scales. Retrieved from reference/article/stanford-binet-intelligence-scales1/Cruz, C. (2014). Stanford - Binet scales. Retrieved from v=IpO7QUOYZFQReynolds, C. R., Livingston, R. B., Willson, V. (2008). Measurement and assessment in education, 2nd ed [VitalSource Bookshelf version]. Retrieved from, G. H. (n. d.). Stanford – Binet Intelligence Scales (SB5), fifth edition. Retrieved from http://, J. W. (1998). Child development. Retrieved from image/0076.jpg


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