Gray Silent Reading Tests (GSRT)

The GSRT helps you quickly and efficiently measure an individual's silent reading comprehension ability. GSRT results may be used to identify individuals whose scores are significantly below those of their peers and who might need additional assessment and intervention designed to improve reading comprehension; to determine areas of relative strength and weakness across reading comprehension; to document overall progress in reading development as a consequence of intervention programmes; and to serve as a measure for research efforts designed to investigate reading comprehension.

Content

Topics
Reading
Skills
Reading, Comprehension
Grades
2nd Grade,
3rd Grade
Languages
English

Administration Information

Length
15 to 30 minutes
Price
$174.00 for complete kit includes manual, 25 profile/response forms, 10 each of the reading book forms A and B in sturdy storage box
Training
Not specified
Qualifications
A bachelor’s degree (BA, BS) in psychology, school counseling, occupational therapy, speech–language pathology, social work, education, special education, or related field
Group/Individual
Group,
Individual
Administration
Paper

Access and Use

Contact
(800) 897-3202
Open Access
No
Peer-Reviewed Study Citations

Park, Y., Martin, M., McCallum, R. S., & Bell, S. M. (2019). Monitoring Instructional Responsiveness-Reading (MIR-R): Preliminary Validity and Reliability with Economically Diverse Learners. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 37(5), 617–634. https://eric.ed.gov/?q=+Monitoring+Instructional+Responsiveness-Reading…

Calhoon, M. B., Sandow, A., & Hunter, C. V. (2010). Reorganizing the Instructional Reading Components: Could There Be a Better Way to Design Remedial Reading Programs to Maximize Middle School Students with Reading Disabilities’ Response to Treatment? Annals of Dyslexia, 60(1), 57–85. https://eric.ed.gov/?q=Reorganizing+the+Instructional+Reading+Component…’+Response+to+Treatment%3f+&id=EJ891056 

Psychometrics

Referencing
Criterion-referenced