WISC V: Interpreting Results - a guide for psychologists
Understand how to interpret and report the results of your WISC V assessment
This course is a must for any psychologist using or planning to use the Wechsler Intelligence Scales for Children, Fifth Edition (WISC V). This course builds upon your skills of administration and scoring ( https://courses.educationelephant.ie/p/wisc-v-admi... ) and gets into the heart of what test results really mean and how they can, and should be interpreted. This course will fill you with confidence and ensure that you are giving the best to every child you see.
Throughout the course you will be guided by experts through video lectures on topics related to interpretation followed by short quizzes at the end of each section to test your learning. There are also practical case studies for you to practice your skills and a number of different valuable resources to help you along the way.
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Trevor is a consultant Clinical and Educational psychologist at busy psychological assessment service in Dublin, Ireland (Éirim: The National Assessment Agency Ltd) and has extensive experience in assessment and
psychometrics. Trevor has worked in a
variety of settings and has a broad range of interests. He was a founder member of both the Clinical
and Educational Division of the Psychological Society of Ireland and is a
member of the Clinical and Occupational Divisions of the British Psychological
Society. Before joining Éirim, he had
served as head of the psychological service of the National Rehabilitation Board,
and later as Principal Psychologist in the National Educational Psychology Service.