Interrater Reliability (IRR) is important when using an observation-based tool such as AEPS. This infographic explains what, why, and how the AEPS IRR Certification helps to ensure reliable scoring when using the AEPS.
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Recently Added Resources
We've assembled a list of can't-miss features on the ASQ website—some brand new and some you may not have realized were right at your fingertips!
This infographic examines 5 principles—adapted from Early Social-Emotional Development—to keep in mind when developing a proactive approach to promoting social-emotional growth for all children.
Download a roundup of 10 of our best IEP tip sheets, adapted from Brookes books and Inclusion Lab posts. Great for sharing with parents and colleagues, these sheets are helpful reminders of best practices for IEP meetings.
Read this excerpt from Picture Inclusion! Snapshots of Successful Diverse Classrooms for an introduction and Chapter 1: Inclusion From Theory to Practice.
These easy-to-follow tip sheets explain the seven behavioral areas that the ASQ:SE-2 questionnaires cover. The sheets are written in parent-friendly language and offer examples of items that the family can expect to see on the questionnaire. Download and share them today as you introduce ASQ:SE-2.
Read this excerpt from Children with Disabilities, 8th Edition for the preface and Chapter 1: The Genetics Underlying Developmental Disabilities.
This 6-part guided book study, based on The Early Intervention Workbook, provides early intervention teams the opportunity to work together to learn and discuss new ideas in service delivery and ways to improve existing practices.
This handout provides an at-a-glance look at the programs profiled in Connecting Through Talk. Each of these programs promotes thoughtful, responsive adult–child interactions and expands young children's access to books.
Challenging behaviors that begin in preschool classrooms often continue through adulthood. To combat this, more early childhood programs are adopting preventative strategies for coping with challenging behavior. This article examines 5 principles—adapted from Early Social-Emotional Development—to keep in mind when developing a proactive approach to promoting social-emotional growth for all children.