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BOT-2: Gross Motor. Bruininks-Oserentsky Test of Motor Proficiency- 2 nd Edition . Key characteristics . Purpose Evaluate proficiency of motor skills Support diagnoses, screening (short form), educational placement (physical education), etc. Most widely used motor proficiency test Age

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bot 2 gross motor

BOT-2: Gross Motor

Bruininks-Oserentsky Test of Motor Proficiency- 2nd Edition

key characteristics
Key characteristics
  • Purpose
    • Evaluate proficiency of motor skills
      • Support diagnoses, screening (short form), educational placement (physical education), etc.
    • Most widely used motor proficiency test
  • Age
    • 4yrs -21yrs 11 months
  • Time
    • Complete form= 40-60 minutes
    • Short Form= 15-20 minutes
  • Cost
    • Gross motor kit- $515.00
gross motor domains
Gross Motor Domains
  • Gross motor composite total: 26 items
      • Body coordination: motor skills used with balance & coordination of the upper and lower extremities
      • Strength & agility: large muscle strength, motor speed, and motor skills for maintaining body position for walking and running
p rocedures
Procedures
  • Testing procedures
    • Standardized test: administered & scored according to specific procedures
    • Gross motor should be performed in an area 60 feet long 12 feet wide
    • Determine hand preference: set a tennis ball on the table and ask the examinee to pick up the ball and throw to you.
    • Foot preference: place tennis ball on floor and instruct the examinee to kick the ball
    • Within each subtest the entire item set should be administered regardless of the child’s age
procedures
Procedures
  • Administration procedures
    • Structured
    • Can teach the item using pictures, physical demonstration, or verbal instruction
    • Establish rapport
    • Administrative options:
      • Complete form: most reliable measure of overall motor proficiency
      • Short form: quick and easy overall measure & also used to determine the need for further assessment
      • Select composites & select subtest: can administer only subtests or composites that are relevant to the client’s need but the complete form should be used for qualifying a client for special-education services or diagnosis such as DCD
examples of test items
Examples of test items
  • Gross motor
    • Body coordination
      • Bilateral coordination
        • Jumping jacks, tapping foot and finger
      • Balance
        • Walking forward on a line, standing on one leg on a balance beam
    • Strength & Agility
      • Running speed & agility
        • Shuttle run, one-legged side hop
      • Strength
        • Standing long jump, sit-ups, push-ups
standardization
Standardization
  • Scores identify motor-skill deficits in individuals with mild to moderate motor control problems
  • Sample:
    • N=1520
    • 12 groups of 4-21 year olds
    • Sample tested in 239 sites within 38 states
    • Based on the Current Population Survey (Bureau of the Census, 2001) & the Twenty-sixth Annual Report to Congress (U.S. Department of Education, 2004)
    • Sampling goal to match US population:
      • Sex
      • Race/ethnicity (closely matched US population)
      • Socioeconomic status
      • Geographic region
development
Development
  • Started out as the BOTMP in 1978
  • 2002 product survey identified less effective items within the test
  • New content focused on improving measurement among 4 & 5 year olds, and expanding coverage of fine and gross motor skills
  • Secondary goal
    • Subtest more homogenous collection of activities
  • 2005 final publication of the BOT-2
results
Results
  • Converting raw scores to point scores
  • Compute subtest total point scores
  • Convert scale scores to composite standard scores
interpretation
Interpretation
  • Well below average
  • Below average
  • Average
  • Above average
  • Well above average
test characteristics
Test characteristics
  • Areas of occupation
    • Education (physical education)
    • Play
  • Assessment approach
    • Bottom-up approach
  • Frame of Reference
    • Developmental
where would this tool be used
Where would this tool be used?
  • Private practice
  • School system
    • Performed in a gymnasium
  • Area should be 60 feet long and 12 feet wide, low distractions
measurement concerns
Measurement concerns
  • Normative data did not represent for populations outside of the US
  • Cost: Complete form test kit= $837.00
  • Area, size, requirements, special equipment
  • Examinee dependent
  • Assessment time