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Transcript of BOT-2 Evaluation
Purpose of Test
Individually administered test that uses
to measure a wide array of
Designed to provide practitioners with
fine and gross motor control skills
Materials and Equipment Needed
-examinee booklets (25)
-red pencils (2)
Reliability and Validity
Usefullness in OT
Extending the Norms Through 21
BOT-2 norms extended through age
21 years and 11 months
Because by extending norms to this level, the BOT-2 covers the entire school-age range served under the
-record forms (25)
: 40-60 minutes
-Additional 10 minutes needed for prep time
: 15-20 minutes
-Additional 5 minutes needed for prep time
Four administration options are available:
1. Complete Form
2. Short Form
3. Select Composites
4. Select Subtests
measure of overall
Composites and Subtests
Ability to select only those
relevant to examinee's
Should only use these options when you have
of child's motor deficits and intend to use the results to plan a
motor training program
About 10-15 minutes were needed to administer the activities in each composite.
BOT-2 Composite and Subtest Structure
Total Motor Composite
Strength and Agility
-Yields a single score of
overall motor proficiency
-Screening tool to determine need for
-Selected to ensure
of all eight subtests and to produce sufficiently
-clinical group differences
-relationships with other
tests of motor skills
-dependability and accuracy of subtests/composites
-stability of scores over an interval of weeks
Includes: internal consistency reliability,
test-retest reliability, and interrater reliability
Nationally standardized on a representative sample of:
-establishment of hand preference and preferred kicking foot
-explanation of the test so the examinee can complete the task
(and gross motor) skills
-can be used for children from ages
-can be performed in
-can retest and see
Susan Grodensky and Olivia Hudson
total motor composite
is derived from the standard score for all four motor areas. The standard scores are added together, equaling a sum of the scores
2. Enter the
on the cover page, then look up the sum in the correct
-record the raw score for each item
-some tests will require computation to record the raw score using the correct corresponding conversion table in Appendix B
for scale and standard scores is found by locating the band of errors for the examinees age and recording the value on the cover page.
the value from the higher or lower end, respectively, of the confidence interval and record both numbers to get the interval.
are found using the correct table and total point score for each subtest*
Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency
-video: authors, test administration, scoring, and reporting information
Pearson Clinical Assessments. (2014).
-overwhelming for examinees
-ability to choose form option
-test variety of skills
to chart progress
on a specific goal
- optional teaching text to help the novice test administrator
Scoring Procedures Continued
Even more steps...
in order to score the BOT-2. Make sure to pay
very close attention
to the tables you use, and follow the columns and rows very very carefully!!!
. Three clinical samples were identified for and
4-12 years old
tested at 239 different sites within 38 different states
The norm sample was:
broken down into 12 age groups
randomized for sex, race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status,and disability within each age group
developmental coordination disorder (DCD)
intellectual disabilities (ID)
After choosing the administration option, and have all the materials you need to complete the test, you can
. No matter which option you choose, complete all of the
required test items
from that composite or subtest. The directions of how to administer each individual item are included in the
Let's demonstrate an example from each subtest...with your help!!!
1. Fill in Star
2. Copy Overlapping Pencils
3. String Blocks
4. Touching Nose with
Index Fingers-Eyes Closed
6. One-Legged Stationary Hop
7. Dropping and Catching a Ball
8. 30 Second Full Push Up
5. Standing on One Leg on Balance Beam-Eyes Closed
Short Form Practice: Scoring
Let's fill out the short form!
We will give you the raw scores.
Now let's convert the raw scores into points.
Fill in the point score.
Add up the point scores to get the total scores!
Short Form Continued
1. Now go to the front cover page and find where it says short form.
2. Circle Knee Push Up, and fill in the Total Point Score.
3. Imagine our child is 8 years and 7 months old.
4. Now it's time for tables- we will walk you through them to find the:
Complete Form Scoring
The scoring of the
follows the same guidelines as the short form, but is more complex. We will walk you through the steps.
need to find
scale scores for subtests
sums for composites
standard scores (base value and sum)
Composite Score Profile
Subtest Score Profile
Allows you to graphically display the examinee's
scale scores, standard scores,
*For the BOT-2...
That's aBOT it!
What broad area does the BOT-2 assess and measure?
Bruininks, R.H., & Bruininks, B.D. (2005).
-game like tasks
-not verbally complex
Bruininks-oseretsky test of motor proficiency manual, second edition
. Minneapolis: Pearson Assessments.
Occupational and physical therapy.
PsychCorp: Pearson Inc
. Retrieved from http://www.pearsonclinical.com/therapy/products/100000648/bruininks-oseretsky-test-of-motor-proficiency-second-edition-bot-2.html
Sibert, Erin. "Bot 2 assessment critque"
esibert.weebly.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Sept 2014.