Using Data to Guide Decision Making at the Pre-school Level. Tim Lewis, Ph.D. & Susan Brawley University of Missouri. Pre-school / EC Settings. Program-wide Classroom focus Reliance on “informal” decision making
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Tim Lewis, Ph.D. & Susan Brawley
University of Missouri
Can we predict problems/success?
Possible “function” of problem behavior?
What environmental changes/supports are needed?
Train ALL staff on use & provide on-going TA
A. Expectations Defined
B. Behavioral Expectations Taught
C. Appropriate Behavior Acknowledged
D. Organized and Predictable Environment
E. Additional Supports
F. Family Involvement
G. Monitoring & Decision-Making
I. Program & District-Wide Support
Tier II / III
Stage One: Teacher ranking of externalizing & internalizing behaviors
Stage Two: Teacher ratings of the 5 highest ranked children
Stage Three: Direct observations & parent questionnaires of children exceeding Stage Two criteriaEarly Screening Project(Walker, Severson, & Feil)
Potential factors that increase the likelihood of data collection and use in decision making include: