stanine


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stanine

(ˈsteɪnaɪn)
n
a unit on a scale of nine levels used to group the results of aptitude tests, or this method or scale of testing
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Students were identified as gifted in this school district when they met district criteria, such as standardized achievement scores in the ninth stanine and IQ score of 130, at all grade levels.
Using PAT Science standardised test data, the table describes two different year six classes studied in two different years, and records the shift in comparative ranking, stanine and percentile rank across the class.
The raw scores are transformed into stanine scores from 1 to 9.
To meet the primary objective of the present research, reference data in the form of stanine tables (based on a normal distribution) were established for plantar pressure values for each gender and race group.
Correct words, time, and reading quotient (number of correct words divided by time) were measured and transformed into Stanine scores (M = 5, SD = 2).
Participants in the former were 3rd grade students reading at the 4th to 6th Stanine (average readers) or at the 6th Stanine (good readers).
There are practices of using percentile, Z-score, T-score, or Stanine scores.
Results indicated improved stanine and scale score averages well beyond those expected over six to eight weeks of schooling.
One study included in the "other" category used stanine scores and the other combined scores from the PPVT and an expressive vocabulary test to create a total vocabulary score.
Later psychologists developed the stanine (standard nine) series of tests that proved very effective in assessing aptitude for successfully completing the pilot training program.
Features of Selected Classes Class End Class Mean Year Teacher of Year Mean Gain Over Selected Pair Level number Stanine (STAR) Summer as Pair 1 Year 4 1 3.
She explains how to summarize results using stanine tables and apply the information in teaching.