Identify developmental needs, determine school readiness and guide instructional planning with the BRIGANCE Early Childhood Screens III. These quick and easy-to-use screens allow teachers to easily identify potential learning delays and giftedness in language, motor, self-help, social-emotional and cognitive skills – all in 10 to 15 minutes per child!
The updated Early Childhood Screens III offer:
Screens are available for:
0 – 35 months
3 – 5 years
Foundation & Year 1
The BRIGANCE® Early Childhood Screens III are a collection of quick, highly accurate assessments and data-gathering tools to use with children. The first years of a child’s life are a time of rapid growth and learning, and screening can provide an important understanding of the child’s development at a particular point in time. Zero to Three®: The U.S. National Center for Infants, Toddlers and Families, and the U.S. National Association for the Education of Young Children, or NAEYC, emphasise the importance of screening as the first step in assessing emergent school readiness, providing a snapshot of a child’s mastery of early developmental and academic skills.
Screening also enables educators to readily identify children who may be developmentally delayed and children who may be developmentally advanced and, therefore, can support early intervention as needed.
The Screen III includes the following age-specific screens (each of which can be conducted quickly, usually within 10–15 minutes):
The Core Assessments in the Screen III have been nationally standardised, producing scores that are highly reliable, valid and accurate. Assessment items in the age-specific screens are norm-referenced as well as criterion-referenced and cover a broad sampling of a child’s skills and behaviours.
Key developmental areas include: