CLASS® Toddler Dimensions Overview (Set of 5) - English

CLASS® Toddler Dimensions Overview (Set of 5) - English
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This tri-fold laminated sheet is a handy reference for users of the popular CLASS Toddler observation tool. Available in convenient packages of 5, this sturdy quick-sheet shows evaluators what to look for while observing each of the 8 CLASS Toddler dimensions and scoring the tool. This product is 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 5.

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