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ITERS-3 is the next-generation assessment tool for use in center-based child care programs for infants and toddlers up to 36 months of age. ITERS-3 focuses on the full range of needs of infants and toddlers and provides a framework for improving program quality.
Infant/Toddler Environment Rating Scale (ITERS-3)
A thorough revision of the original ITERS, designed to assess center-based child care programs for infants and toddlers up to 30 months of age. Items have been added to make the scale more inclusive and culturally sensitive, to address professional needs of staff, and to reflect the latest health and safety information. Featuring a new spiral binding, the updated ITERS-R offers more practical assistance in the form of an Expanded Scoresheet which contains a worksheet and additional notes for clarification to improve accuracy in scoring.
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Clifford , Noreen Yazejian. ITERS-3 is the next-generation assessment tool for use in center-based child care programs for infants and toddlers up to 36 months of age. ITERS-3 focuses on the full range of needs of infants and toddlers and provides a framework for improving program quality. Further, the scale assesses both environmental provisions and teacher-child interactions that affect the broad developmental milestones of infants and toddlers, including: language, cognitive, social-emotional and physical development, as well as concern for health and safety. ITERS-3 is appropriate for state- and district-wide QRIS and continuous quality improvement, program evaluation by directors and supervisors, teacher self-evaluation, monitoring by agency staff, and teacher training programs. The established reliability and validity of the scale make it particularly useful for research and program evaluation. While the approach to assessing quality and the scoring process remain the same for the new ITERS-3, users will find the following improvements informed by extensive use of the ITERS in the field and by the most recent research:.
Infant/Toddler Environment Rating Scale–Revised. Thelma Harms, Debby Cryer Highest number of children present during observation: ___ ___.
ENVIRONMENT RATING SCALES (ERS)
If you have questions or concerns about conducting your self-assessment at this time, please contact your Quality Assurance Specialist, who will provide additional guidance. You are encouraged to watch the three video presentations below about how to use the Environment Rating Scales. Find instructions for downloading the video presentations here. There are four scales, each designed for a different program type or age group:.
For a Step 2 Quality Rating, programs must earn an average program score of 3. Depending on your program type, the following options will be available available through June 30th, :. Discussion and ideas will be shared on the indicators and items within the subscales.
The Environmental Ratings Scales ERS are a series of research scales used to assess process quality in early childhood group care. There are four environmental rating scales, each designed for a different segment of the early childhood field. They are made up of seven subscales that focus on different aspects of the classroom environment:. The information collected from subscales is used to assign a score representing the quality of the environment. The score is based on a seven point scoring system.
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