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WRAT

Wide Range Achievement Test Psychology A test that evaluates a child's basic skills of spelling, mathematics and reading–ie, educational achievement. See Psychological testing. Cf Psychiatric testing.

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WRAT

A brief test that measures the ability of children to read, spell, and make arithmetic calculations.
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The final model included teacher as a random effect, and fixed effects were pretests (both WP composite and WRAT 3 computations) and special education status (at L1) and cohort and treatment (at L2).
As revealed with one-way analyses of variance (ANOVAs), the groups were comparable on WRAT Arithmetic, WRAT Reading, WASI Vocabulary, WASI Matrix Reasoning, and WASI IQ.
addition and subtraction fact retrieval, double-digit addition and subtraction, simple algebraic equations, and WRAT Reading), improvement at statistically significant levels did not vary as a function of treatment condition (i.
Students received a designation as MD in two ways: (a) scoring below the 10th percentile on the WRAT 3--Arithmetic (i.
Table 1 Mean Ages(1) WRAT Reading and Mathematics Scores, and Number of Males/Females for Each Student Group
It is used because it takes into account the approximate standard error of measurement (SEM) on the WRAT of between 3 and 5 points; that is, with a discrepancy of 18 points and a SEM of approximately 3 points, the "true" discrepancy between earned scores is free to vary between 15 and 21 points, which is roughly a difference of 1 to 1.
The RockOn, RockSat, and WRATS programs are supported by the NASA Sounding Rocket Program.
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In the WRATS program, 20 high school teachers from Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and the District of Columbia will learn about the dynamics of rocketry and the science gained from suborbital sounding rockets to reinforce STEM concepts they teach in their classrooms.
and WRATS provide a unique experience for students, faculty and teachers to understand the importance of a sounding rocket suborbital launch and the value of science that is collected," said Joyce Winterton, senior advisor for education and leadership development at Wallops.
The inaugural WRATS program will give high school teachers a technical flight experience to reinforce STEM concepts they teach in their classrooms.