Cleveland Metropolitan School District psychologists target an increase in student engagement, time and cost savings with Q-interactive

q-interactivePearson announced that more than 1 million clinical assessment subtests have been administered on Q-interactive, a digital system used by psychologists and speech-language pathologists.

Designed for use in schools, clinics, hospitals, private practice and universities, Q-interactive allows clinicians to administer tests via two iPads connected with Bluetooth.

Q-interactive is intended to improve accuracy, reduce testing time, increase flexibility and allow for more personalized assessment through features including real-time scoring, audio recording, and on-the-fly editing of tests.

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