Our assessment is online and self-administered for easy individual or group administration at any location, and at any time. With district pricing as low as $10 per student, MindPrint is the affordable, effective and efficient solution you need to improve learner outcomes. The assessment was developed through a National Institute of Health research grant at the University of Pennsylvania's Pereleman School of Medicine in collaboration with the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, the #2 ranked children's hospital in the US.
MindPrint provides objective measures across core domains of executive functions, complex reasoning, memory, and speed so teachers know how to support students by subject.
Complex Reasoning is your ability to understand and analyze new information, and solve problems.
Memory is how easily you can store new information and efficiently recall it at a future time.
EF refer to how efficiently you can complete your assignments (regardless of how well you know and understand the information).
Speed is how efficiently you work to complete assignments thoughtfully within the expected time.
The growing recognition of executive functions and other higher order cognitive functions in predicting student outcomes has prompted the demand for efficient and reliable methods of measuring a student's cognitive abilities. MindPrint was developed to measure performance across a range of neurobehavioral domains using a computerized neurocognitive battery.Click here to download the research
Digital Promise research, sponsored by a Walton Family Foundation grant, is ongoing to demonstrate the effect of the MindPrint Solution on teacher efficacy and student outcomes.Click here to download the research
High-dosage tutoring is one of the most effective ways to produce learning gains for a broad variety of students. MindPrint can enable schools to scale high-dosage tutoring affordably while adhering to core principles outlined by Brown University's Annenberg Center.Click here to download the research
This paper summarizes the key findings of Intellectual Precocity: What Have We Learned Since Terman? and explain how these findings have been directly translated into features of the MindPrint solution. It details the measurements of intellectual capability, describes how intellectual capability correlates longitudinally with academic and career achievement across student sub-populations, and suggests implications for educational and counselor interventions to enable students to live up to their full potential.Click here to download the research
This third party research, funded by NSF Grant 2133397, establishes the validity and reliability of MindPrint's social-emotional screener of eight core skill constructs. This research study demonstrates that the MindPrint cognitive assessment, in combination with demographic variables and the social-emotional screener, explained 64% of the variance in MAP Growth scores.Click here to download the research
This paper details how cognitive assessments offer the unique capacity to objectively and efficiently pinpoint the reasons for variability in performance across traditional assessments, thus making data interpretation straightforward for key stakeholders.Click here to view the white paper
This paper details the methodology behind the development of the MindPrint Assessment and provides reliability and validity evidence.Click here to download the research
This paper provides additional validity evidence for the MindPrint Assessment, supporting its feasibility for large-scale use cases.Click here to download the research
This report summarizes the findings from Phase I of MindPrint's NSF SBIR grant. We provide reliability and validity evidence for our social and emotional skills assessment, and we show how the MindPrint Assessment and the social and emotional skills assessment can account for nearly 64% of the variance in MAP Growth scores.Click here to download the research
This paper, written by Dr. Kate Walton, MindPrint's Director of Research, tackles a challenge to the field of SEL — the overabundance of disparate and empirically unfounded SEL frameworks. Walton and colleagues provide empirical support for using the well-known Big Five personality framework for organizing social and emotional skills.Click here to download the research
MindPrint's cognitive assessment was the same one used to understand the impacts of long-duration spaceflight in the seminal NASA Twins study. Just think, you could discover that your students think just like NASA astronauts!Click here to download the research
This whitepaper details the MindPrint Theory of Action and direct connection to improve academic and social and emotional outcomes.Click here to view the white paper