CLASS® Toddler Observation Forms (Set of 10) - English

CLASS® Toddler Observation Forms (Set of 10) - English
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Available in packages of 10 booklets, each with 6 observation sheets and 1 scoring summary sheet, these are the forms needed to conduct the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS ) Toddler observation. These forms are a part of CLASS, the bestselling classroom observational tool that measures interactions between children and teachers -- a primary ingredient of high-quality early educational experiences. With versions for toddler programs, pre-K, and K-3 classrooms, the reliable and valid CLASS tool establishes an accurate picture of the classroom through brief, repeated observation and scoring cycles and effectively pinpoints areas for improvement. Set of 10 booklets with 8 pages each.

CLASS™ Toddler

The accurate, reliable way to assess teacher–child interactions

For programs serving children from 15–36 months

With this toddler version of the widely used Classroom Assessment Scoring System™ (CLASS™) tool, your early childhood program will have an accurate, reliable way to assess classrooms. The CLASS™ Toddler tool assesses teacher–child interactions, a primary ingredient of early educational experiences that prepare children for future school success.

This reliable and valid tool:

  • Assesses two crucial domains of teacher–child interaction: Emotional and Behavioral Support and Engaged Support for Learning
  • Provides developmentally appropriate descriptions of what effective interactions look like in toddler classrooms
  • Establishes an accurate picture of classroom interactions through brief, repeated observation and scoring cycles
  • Highlights areas of strength and areas for growth useful for guiding improvement efforts

The CLASS Toddler Dimensions

The CLASS™ Toddler tool measures eight critical dimensions that fall under two domains:

Emotional and behavioral support

  • Positive climate
  • Negative climate
  • Teacher sensitivity
  • Regard for child perspectives
  • Behavior guidance

Engaged support for learning

  • Facilitation of learning and development
  • Quality of feedback
  • Language modeling