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Developmental and Behavioral Screening

a) Screenings: Early Developmental and Behavioral - ASQ 3® and ASQ SE2®

Early screenings are the most effective means to detect and identify issues that challenge learning. This hands-on training will review the two most commonly used screening tools that can support a child’s referral to the Local Education Agency (LEA) or Regional Center and/or inform instruction and planning.

Resources and References

Inclusive ECE Developmental and Behavioral Screening Cover SlideClick above for training slides

b) Assessments

Birth-to-five early care and education programs in LA County administer the DRDP 2015 for all children-- including those with disabilities. This training reviews how DRDP 2015 is structured, completed and how assessment data can assist IEP teams develop appropriate education plans for children in the general education setting.

 

 

 

Training

Alignment with CA
ECE Competencies

HS Performance Standards

a. Screenings: Early Developmental and Behavioral - ASQ-3® and ASQ-SE2®

• Observation, Screening, Assessment, and Documentation
 

Part §1302 – Program Operations
Subpart C- Education and Child Development Program Services
§1302.33 Child screening and assessments

b. Assessments

  • Child Development and Learning
  • Culture, Diversity, and Equity
  • Family and Community Engagement
  • Dual-Language Development
  • Observation, Screening, Assessment, and Documentation
  • Special Needs and Inclusion
  • Health, Safety, and Nutrition

Part §1302 – Program Operations
Subpart C- Education and Child Development Program Services

§1302.30 Purpose
§1302.31 Teaching and the learning environment
§1302.33 Child screening and assessments
§1302.34 Parent and family engagement in education and child development services
§1302.35 Education in home-based programs
Subpart F- Additional Services for Children with Disabilities
§1302.61 Additional services for children
§1301.63 Coordination and collaboration with the local agency responsible for implementing IDEA
Subpart I- Human Resources Management
§1302.91 Staff qualifications and competency requirements
§1302.92 Training and professional development
Subpart J- Program Management and Quality Improvement
§1302.102 Achieving program goals
Part §1304- Federal Administrative Procedures,
Subpart B- Designation Renewal

§1304.11 Basis for determining whether a Head Start agency will be subject to an open completion
Part §1305- Definitions
§1305.2 Terms
Head Start Act
Sec. 637 Definitions
Sec. 642 Powers and functions of Head Start agencies (f)
Sec. 648 Technical assistance and training (d)

Developmental and Behavioral Screening Factsheet

InclusiveECE ASQ Factsheet