The SOI assessment focuses on students’ abilities and thinking skills. It identifies learning strengths and issues, including underlying vision, attention and/or auditory difficulties.
The theory behind the SOI assessment, which was developed over the past 50 years, is based on the premise that intelligence can be taught and must include creativity. Since intelligence is complex, a single number cannot adequately represent a child’s potential. Intelligence is far more than that. Furthermore, intelligence can increase when memory, ocular-motor, cognitive and sensorimotor systems are challenged appropriately and consistently. We know improvement in many areas is possible.
Analyses are based on the students’ test scores. Each analysis profiles the following areas: cognition, evaluation, memory, creativity, and problem-solving.
A personalized report will be made available via email, as well as a telephone consultation. The process will give you insights on how to better understand and help your child. It will also help us taylor a program to meet your child’s needs.