Lectical Assessments are learning tools that support optimal growth by leveraging VCoL+7™ (the Virtuous Cycle of Learning and its +7 skills). And CLAS, our computerized developmental scoring system, allows us to deliver any number of Lectical Assessments—making it possible to optimize learning for everyone.
To learn more about VCoL+7, watch the video below.
We've created the CLAS demo to show off CLAS and Lectical Assessments. The demo provides individuals with the opportunity to test drive Lectical Assessments and experience their learning benefits first-hand. Each assessment is a “mini” Lectical Reflective Judgment Assessment (LRJA)—a written response assessment of skills for:
Any individual can take the Demo LRJA up to three times (over 18 months), each time receiving a rich report that includes learning recommendations that are right in the test taker’s learning sweet spot—what we call the Goldilocks zone.
To learn about the Demo assessment and report from a test-taker perspective, view the short video below.
To learn more about how Lectical Assessments work, view the short video below.
The CLAS demo for individuals is entirely free. Registration on our site is optional. To participate, all you'll need to do is provide the information we need to personalize your experience.
So, what if you want to test a class, a whole school, or a district?
Here's where it gets a little tricky. The demo is not designed to deliver group level data, so you'll need a "hack". There are two alternatives: a free hack and a not-so-free-but-very-inexpensive hack.
If you're interested in conducting your own evaluation or experiment with the CLAS demo—without our help—here's how it can be done.
Please note that although we'll make every effort to provide support to individual test takers, we do not have the resources to provide free support for this particular "hack" of the CLAS demo.
***CLAS demo assessment results are suitable for supporting individual growth and conducting program evaluations. They should not be used in high stakes decisions about individuals.