The Individualized Classroom Assessment Scoring System (inCLASS): Preliminary reliability and validity of a system for observing preschoolers’ competence in classroom interactions
Downer, Jason T.;
Booren, Leslie M.;
Lima, Olivia K.;
Luckner, Amy E.;
Pianta, Robert C.;
||An examination of the psychometric properties of the Individualized Classroom Assessment Scoring System (inCLASS), an observation tool that targets children’s interactions in preschool classrooms with teachers, peers, and tasks, based on the use of the tool with 145 children, ages three through five, enrolled in fourty four classrooms in twenty different preschool programs in the central region of a mid-Atlantic state
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