The revised and the updated third edition of The Lollipop Test maintains the same ease of administration and diagnostic usefulness as the previous editions. Children will still find it a colorful, fun-filled, non-threatening academic adventure. However, the third edition includes numerous published statistical studies, and ongoing research, not included in the two previous editions. These studies continue to substantiate the excellent validity of The Lollipop Test. The cultural fairness and versatility of the instrument are also further validated. The inclusion of new, expanded norms is based on recent standardization research. The third edition includes numerous published statistical studies and ongoing research not included in the two previous editions. These studies continue to substantiate the excellent validity of The Lollipop Test developed by Dr. Alex Chew.
The concept of readiness can be related to achievement in various school subjects and at veracious curriculum levels. The broadest scope of readiness, as Ausubel defines, refers to ” the adequacy of existing capacity in relation to the demands of a given learning task. The second type of readiness is socioeconomic, relating to the developing personality qualities and the strides already taken toward independence. The final, major barometer of readiness is considered intellectual-educational. The Administration and Scoring Booklet for The Lollipop Test has been revised to accommodate the recording of both pre and post-kindergarten or pre-school assessment scores.
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