Gibson Test Grant
As part of a grant from the Gibson Institute of Cognitive Research, LearningRx Colorado Springs has been awarded the opportunity to provide up to 500 FREE cognitive skills assessments for local schools or student groups between September 1, 2018 and March 31, 2019.
The Gibson Test Grant allows LearningRx to provide your school or group with the opportunity to have students’ cognitive skills tested, parents supplied with the results, and an educational parent presentation to help them interpret their student’s results. The Gibson Test of Cognitive Skills is a digitally administered, normed and validated assessment that is valued at $97. But again, this grant is allowing us to test 500 students at NO COST. Contact us for a sample test report to give you an idea of the invaluable information the Gibson Test provides.
The grant includes a parent night presentation to educate parents on their student’s cognitive skills and go over test results, including what each score means in terms of IQ, attention clusters, and general learning struggles. This event is part of the community impact requirements of the grant to educate parents on cognitive skills through an informative and non-sales, educational presentation.
To be awarded free Gibson Tests of Cognitive Skills at your school or group, please call Amanda Duplantis to confirm your interest and set up a meeting to discuss test administration details: 719-550-8263 or email email@example.com.
What your school or group would need to administer the test:
- Access to a computer with headphones and a mouse for each student. The test can be done on tablets, but computers are preferred to prevent connectivity issues.
- A test moderator at a ratio of 1/15 students to help distribute student logins to the test and help keep students on task during the test.
- The test takes about 45 minutes to complete.
About the Gibson Institute
The Gibson Institute of Cognitive research is a non-profit organization whose mission is to conduct empirical research on cognitive training programs and assessments and to communicate the latest research findings to the education and cognitive science communities. To learn more, visit www.gibsonresearchinstitute.org.
Please note: The Gibson Institute of Cognitive Research or LearningRx may use unidentified data for research purposes only. We take student and family privacy seriously.