brigance ied iii - Center for Development and Disability

Report
Early Childhood Outcomes
Approved Assessment Tools:
Brigance Inventory of Early
Development III (IED III)
Standardized Version
Website:
http://www.curriculumassociates.com/products/brigance
-special-education.aspx
Introduction
• The standardized BRIGANCE IED III includes the
following skill areas which are designed to align to
state and national standards for early childhood:
• Physical Development - gross and fine-motor skills
• Language Development – expressive and receptive
• Academic/Cognitive - literacy and mathematical
concepts
• Adaptive Behavior - daily living
• Social and Emotional Development – interpersonal
and self-regulatory
Administering the Brigance IED III:
• Who can give the assessment?
•
• Is special training needed?
• How long does it take to complete the
assessment?
Administering the Brigance IED III cont’d:
• How often can it be administered?
• What materials are needed?
• What environments are required?
Publisher provided professional development training videos are
located here:
http://www.curriculumassociates.com/professionaldevelopment/subjects.aspx?Subject=brse
Early Childhood Outcomes Categories
and the Brigance IED III
• Gaining Positive Social Emotional Skills
• Learning and Using New Knowledge and Skills
• Using Appropriate Behaviors to Meet Their
Needs
Gaining Positive Social Emotional Skills
Domain
Assesses the Outcome?
Gross Motor
No
Fine Motor
No
Receptive Language
No
Expressive Language
No
Literacy
No
Mathematics
No
Daily Living
No
Interpersonal
Yes
Self-Regulation
Yes
Learning and Using New Knowledge and
Skills
Domain
Assesses the Outcome?
Gross Motor
No
Fine Motor
Yes
Receptive Language
Yes
Expressive Language
Yes
Literacy
Yes
Mathematics
Yes
Daily Living
Yes
Interpersonal
No
Self-Regulation
No
Using Appropriate Behaviors to Meet
Needs
Domain
Assesses the Outcome?
Gross Motor
Yes
Fine Motor
Yes
Receptive Language
No
Expressive Language
No
Literacy
No
Mathematics
No
Daily Living
Yes
Interpersonal
No
Self-Regulation
No
Family and the Brigance IED III
Explanation to family of Early Childhood Outcomes
Brochure for families to support
involvement from PSN website:
http://www.cdd.unm.edu/ecln/PSN
/ECOTrainingCenter.html
Family Role In Assessment
Supporting the family members in gaining
confidence in their ability to observe their child
and share those observations with special
education staff.
Develop an increased
Gain confidence in
their ability to observe
their child and share
those observations with
special education staff.
understanding of how
their child is functioning
compared to age
expectations.
Learn to track and
celebrate the progress
that their child is
making.
Contribute to IEP Team
discussions about their
child’s strengths and
accomplishments and
the development of
appropriate goals.
Family Resources:
• Home is a learning place • http://center.serve.org/TT/partip2.pdf
• Reading to kids • http://center.serve.org/TT/partip5.pdf
• Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DAP) • http://center.serve.org/TT/partip13.pdf
• School readiness • http://center.serve.org/TT/StartingYourChild.pdf
Working together to gather information:
INCLUDING THE TEAM
Family
On Going Assessment
Assess the
domain areas of
the Brigance IED III
for each child when
completing the Child
Outcome Summary Form
Resources
• video overview of Brigance IED III:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRIn-xCl-JM
• user guide with visuals:
http://hannahvogler.com/Brigance_Users_Guide.html
• Brigance IED III FAQ:
http://www.hbe.com.au/series-brigance/faq.html
• Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center
http://ectacenter.org/eco/pages/crosswalks.asp
• Early Childhood Outcomes brochure for families:
http://www.cdd.unm.edu/ecln/PSN/ECOTrainingCenter.html
For more information, contact:
the Preschool Network (PSN)
http://cdd.unm.edu/ecln/PSN/index.html

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