Does the child ever function in ways that would be considered age-appropriate with regard to this outcome?. Yes (consider rating 4-7). No (consider rating 1-3). Is the child’s functioning age-appropriate across all or almost all settings and situations?.
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Does the child ever function in ways that would be considered age-appropriate with regard to this outcome?
Yes (consider rating 4-7)
No (consider rating 1-3)
Is the child’s functioning age-appropriate across all or almost all settings and situations?
Does the child use any immediate foundational skills related to this outcome upon which to build age-appropriate functioning across settings and situations?
To what extent is the child using immediate foundational skills across settings and situations?
To what extent is the child’s functioning age-appropriate across settings and situations?
Does anyone have concerns about the child’s functioning with regard to the outcome area?
Occasional use of immediate foundational skills
Uses immediate foundational skills most or all of the time across settings and situations
Occasional use of age-appropriate skills; more behavior that is not age-appropriate
Uses a mix of age-appropriate and not age-appropriate behaviors and skills acrosssettings and situations
Uses skills that are not yet immediate foundational
Rating = 1
Rating = 2
Rating = 3
Rating = 4
Rating = 5
Rating = 6
Rating = 7
Early Childhood Outcomes Summary Form References
Indicator 7: Preschool children with IEPs demonstrate improved:
A. Positive social-emotional skills [E.g.: build & maintain positive social relationships with children &adults; regulate emotions; understand & follow rules; communicate wants & needs effectively]
B. Acquisition and use of knowledge and skills [E.g.: demonstrate early language/ communication & early literacy skills; display eagerness for learning; explore the environment; engage in daily learning opportunities; show imagination & creativity in play]; and
C. Use of appropriate behaviors to meet their needs [E.g.: Meet self-care needs; seek help when necessary to move from place to place; participate in everyday activates & routines; use objects such as spoons or crayons.]
(20 U.S.C. 1416 (a)(3)(A))
*Characterization of functioning like a younger child will only apply to some children, such as children with developmental delays.
Discussion Prompts to Determine Ratings considered age-appropriate with regard to this outcome?
Federal Reporting Categories and Outcome Ratings