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Behavior Progress Monitoring Tools Chart

This tools chart presents information about behavior progress monitoring tools. The following three tabs include ratings on the technical rigor of the tools:

  • Performance Level Standards
  • Growth Standards
  • Usability

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Empty BubbleUnconvincing evidence
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Title Area Age/Grade Informant Reliability Validity Bias Analysis
Conducted
Sensitivity Reliability &
Validity:
Intensive
Population
Decision
Rules:
Changing
Intervention
Decision
Rules:
Choosing
Intervention
Admin Format Admin &
Scoring Time
Scoring Format Levels of Performance Usability Study
BASC-3 Flex Monitor Developmental Social Disorders Age 2-18 Parent Unconvincing evidence Unconvincing evidence Yes Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Rating Scale
10 minutes Automatic
Clinically Significant, At-risk, Average, Low, Very Low No
BASC-3 Flex Monitor Developmental Social Disorders Age 2-18 Teacher Unconvincing evidence Unconvincing evidence Yes Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Rating Scale
10 minutes Automatic
Clinically Significant, At-risk, Average, Low, Very Low No
BASC-3 Flex Monitor Disruptive Behavior Age 2-18 Parent Unconvincing evidence Unconvincing evidence Yes Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Rating Scale
10 minutes Automatic
Clinically Significant, At-risk, Average, Low, Very Low No
BASC-3 Flex Monitor Disruptive Behavior Age 2-18 Teacher Unconvincing evidence Unconvincing evidence Yes Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Rating Scale
10 minutes Automatic
Clinically Significant, At-risk, Average, Low, Very Low No
BASC-3 Flex Monitor Inattention / Hyperactivity Age 2-18 Parent Unconvincing evidence Unconvincing evidence Yes Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Rating Scale
10 minutes Automatic
Clinically Significant, At-risk, Average, Low, Very Low No
BASC-3 Flex Monitor Inattention / Hyperactivity Age 2-18 Teacher Unconvincing evidence Unconvincing evidence Yes Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Rating Scale
10 minutes Automatic
Clinically Significant, At-risk, Average, Low, Very Low No
BASC-3 Flex Monitor Internalizing Problems Age 2-18 Parent Unconvincing evidence Unconvincing evidence Yes Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Rating Scale
10 minutes Automatic
Clinically Significant, At-risk, Average, Low, Very Low No
BASC-3 Flex Monitor Internalizing Problems Age 2-18 Teacher Unconvincing evidence Unconvincing evidence Yes Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Rating Scale
10 minutes Automatic
Clinically Significant, At-risk, Average, Low, Very Low No
BASC-3 Flex Monitor Internalizing Problems Age 8-18 Child Unconvincing evidence Unconvincing evidence Yes Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Rating Scale
10 minutes Automatic
Clinically Significant, At-risk, Average, Low, Very Low No
BASC-3 Flex Monitor School Problems Age 8-18 Child Unconvincing evidence Unconvincing evidence Yes Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Rating Scale
10 minutes Automatic
Clinically Significant, At-Risk, Average, Low, Very Low No
DBR-SIS (Direct Behavior Rating - Single Item Scale) Academically Engaged Behavior Grades K-5 Teacher Convincing evidence Partially convincing evidence No Convincing evidence Data unavailable Data unavailable Data unavailable Direct Observation
Rating Scale
Other
16 minutes Automatic
At-risk / Not-at-risk Yes
DBR-SIS (Direct Behavior Rating - Single Item Scale) Academically Engaged Behavior Grades 6-8 Teacher Convincing evidence Partially convincing evidence No Partially convincing evidence Data unavailable Data unavailable Data unavailable Direct Observation
Rating Scale
Other
16 minutes Automatic
At-risk / Not-at-risk Yes
DBR-SIS (Direct Behavior Rating - Single Item Scale) Disruptive Behavior Grades K-5 Teacher Convincing evidence Unconvincing evidence No Convincing evidence Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Data unavailable Direct Observation
Rating Scale
16 minutes Automatic
At-risk / Not-at-risk Yes
DBR-SIS (Direct Behavior Rating - Single Item Scale) Disruptive Behavior Grades 6-8 Teacher Convincing evidence Unconvincing evidence No Partially convincing evidence Unconvincing evidence Data unavailable Data unavailable Direct Observation
Rating Scale
16 minutes Automatic
At-risk / Not-at-risk Yes
Momentary Time-Sampling Academic Engagement Early childhood / K Researcher Convincing evidence Partially convincing evidence No Data unavailable Data unavailable Data unavailable Data unavailable Direct Observation
Manual
Automatic
Variable Yes
Momentary Time-Sampling Academic Engagement Grades K-5 Researcher Convincing evidence Partially convincing evidence No Data unavailable Data unavailable Data unavailable Data unavailable Direct Observation
Manual
Automatic
Variable Yes

The National Center on Intensive Intervention publishes this chart to assist educators and families in becoming informed consumers who can select progress monitoring tools that best meet their individual needs.

The Center's Technical Review Committee (TRC) on Behavior Progress Monitoring independently established a set of criteria for evaluating the technical adequacy of progress monitoring tools. The TRC rated each submitted tool against these criteria but did not compare it to other tools on the chart. The presence of a particular tool on the chart does not constitute endorsement and should not be viewed as a recommendation from either the TRC on Progress Monitoring or the National Center on Intensive Intervention.