Developing and Validating a Technically Sound and Feasible Self-report Measure of Teachers’ Delivery of Common Practice Elements

MPIs: Bryce D. McLeod Ph.D. 
Funding: Institute of Education Science (IES Measurement R305A210168, 2021-2025)

We are engaged in a four year IES -funded project to develop a teacher-report measure of the practices they use to support the social, behavioral, and emotional competencies of children in their classrooms. The long-term goal of this project is to develop an accurate teacher-report measure that can be used as part of quality improvement initiatives in elementary schools designed to support the implementation and sustainment of evidence-based prevention programs in elementary schools.


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