Implementation of the Behavior Assessment System for Children – Third Edition (BASC-3), alone or in conjunction with other tools, helps schools to build capacity for implementing a sustainable, school- wide, multi-tiered program to support social and emotional well-being. Specifically, the BASC-3 helps by improving the quality, accessibility, and usefulness of the data collected. Using the BASC-3 multidimensional, evidence-based model, data-based decision making model is improved. The system is supported by intervention and outcomes monitoring associated with a coordinated effort to implement a multi-tiered behavioral framework.
During our session, we will focus on some of the key revisions included in the BASC-3, such as revised scales and the development of a customizable flex monitoring tool that provides users with a bank of tested scales and the development of a customizable flex monitoring tool that provides users with a bank of tested (i.e., psychometrically sound) items to be used for progress monitoring following screening or identification. Participants attending this session will leave with an understanding of how some of the essential changes in the BASC-3 will help them evaluate and manage behavioral and emotional strengths and needs to achieve better overall outcomes for children.
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