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DESIRED RESULTS DEVELOPMENTAL PROFILE - SCHOOL READINESS © A PROJECT OF THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, CHILD DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 1
DRDP-SR © Collaborative Team: UC Berkeley – B E A R C e n t e r California Department of Education Child Development Division 2
California Early Learning System 3
DRDP-SR © 4 California’s Early Learning and Development System The California Department of Education has endeavored to capture a vision for the “what” and the “how” of early childhood education and to think about the way the components of our professional development system would fit into this vision.
The Desired Results System 6
DRDP-SR © 7 Purpose of the Desired Results Assessment System Serves as a framework for documenting progress of individual children Gives teachers concrete information to plan and modify curriculum for children Document how children are benefiting from programs Target technical assistance for ongoing program quality improvement
DRDP-SR © 8 Desired Results Developmental Profile (DRDP) Individual child assessment An observation-based assessment tool, not a test Completed by each child ’ s teacher Based on developmental research and theory Includes developmental sequences of behaviors along a continuum
DRDP-SR © Foundations/Standards-Aligned DRDP Instruments Infant/Toddler (DRDP-IT) Preschool (DRDP-PS) School Readiness (DRDP-SR) School-age (DRDP-SA)
DRDP-SR © 10 Alignment of DRDP Instruments to the Foundations Grounded in same current research DRDP delineates a continuum of development for individual children which represent a sampling of core areas of development delineated in the Foundations DRDP is organized by Foundation domains
DRDP-SR © Overview 11
DRDP-SR © 12 What is the DRDP-SR © ? Assessment for TK and K teachers to: Observe Document Reflect on Learning, development, and progress of children’s readiness for kindergarten in 5 developmental domains
DRDP-SR © 4 Primary Purposes of DRDP-SR © 1.Psychometric measurement of children’s development in key domains of school readiness 2.Support transition between preschool and TK/K 3.Research tool 4.Professional development tool
DRDP-SR © Purpose 1 Provide teachers with a valid and reliable psychometric measurement of individual children’s development in the key domains of school readiness
DRDP-SR © What does the DRDP-SR © assess? Children’s development in key domains of school readiness English Language Development (ELD) Self & Social Development (SSD) Self-regulation (REG) Language and Literacy Development (LLD) Mathematical Development (MATH) 15
DRDP-SR © Purpose 2 Link assessment information through the DRDP-PS © and the DRDP-SR © instruments that will support: Common language for children’s development between teachers in preschool, TK, and K The overall transition of children from preschool to TK/kindergarten TK/Kindergarten readiness assessment Curriculum planning
Earliest DRDP-PS level unique to preschool Middle levels overlap with DRDP-SR DRDP-SR/DRDP-PS Linkage Latest DRDP-SR level is unique to kinder- garten DRDP-PS DRDP-SR
Structure of the DRDP-SR © Domain Measure Definition Descriptor Each Descriptor describes observable child behaviors associated with that developmental level. Developmental Level Each Developmental Level specifies a point along the developmental continuum. 19
Using the DRDP-SR © 1 decision per page or screen 20 Developmental Continuum
DRDP-SR © Purpose 3 Use the DRDP-SR © as a research tool
DRDP-SR © Aggregate DRDP-SR © data to: Understand and investigate developmental readiness of groups of TK/K children To provide schools and districts with data for program improvement Share results with families for common understanding of each child’s strengths and the path to continued development
DRDP-SR © An important caveat: Using ratings of children’s learning based on observations conducted by the teachers who are being compared raises methodological concerns Validity and reliability assumptions for the instrument only hold when the teacher provides an objective assessment
DRDP-SR © Making use of child and group reports Get to know developmental competencies of children in your classroom Use for curriculum planning for individual children and groups of children Use for parent-teacher conferences Use to support continuous program improvement efforts by teacher and principal
DRDP-SR © DRDP-SR © Provides Snapshot of Children’s Knowledge and Skills 25
DRDP-SR © Purpose 4 Use of the DRDP-SR © as a professional development tool that supports teacher understanding and instructional practice
DRDP-SR © A Professional Development Tool In the process of using the DRDP-SR © teachers learn: A valid and reliable method for observing, documenting, and reflecting on the learning, development, and progress of all children in their classrooms. Detailed developmental information about each child based on specific research on child development How to integrate information from other required assessments to inform their teaching
Rubric Built Into DRDP-SR © 28 Developmental Continuum
DRDP-SR © 29 DRDP Supports Reflective Curriculum Planning Observe children Document observations Complete DRDP Reflect, question, & plan Implement curriculum
DRDP-SR © What is DRDPtech-SR © ? An online data entry system for the DRDP-SR © An easy way for teachers to compile information about children in their classes Offers teachers the opportunity to print out summary reports on individual children and groups of children UC Berkeley – B E A R C e n t e r 31
DRDP-SR © Sample DRDPtech-SR © Measurement Page
Child Developmental Profile Report: Valid/Reliable measurement for each DRDP domain
DRDPtech- SR© Progress report over multiple observation periods
DRDP-SR © Field Study Update 35
YEAR 2: 2010-2011 Field Study of revised instrument with 5 levels for all measures Fall 2011 data collection in both TK and K classes For spring 2012, welcome additional TK and K classes DRDP-SR© Field Study YEAR 1: 2009-2010 Both TK and K classes Data suggested need for an additional level at the earlier end of the developmental continuum to capture all children 36
DRDP-SR © Teacher Feedback, 2009-10 DRDP-SR © Field Study The DRDP-SR provided an accurate and complete picture of children’s development DRDPtech-SR was user friendly Teachers expressed some concern about how long the instrument took to complete but also expressed that it got easier as they went along.
DRDP-SR © Next Steps Complete 2011-12 Field Study data collection Calibrate the scale of measurement for the instrument Prepare DRDP-SR © instrument for release in fall 2012 Release as a voluntary observational assessment tool for use in kindergarten and transitional kindergarten classrooms 38
DRDP-SR © Additional Handouts DRDP-SR © Field Study: Overview DRDP-SR © Sample Report: Fall and Spring DRDP-SR © List of Measures DRDPtech © Children Now DRDP-SR © Brief 39
DRDP-SR © For More Information Peter L. Mangione, Ph.D. Co-Director, Center for Child and Family Studies, WestEd; email@example.com Kerry Kriener-Althen, Ph.D. Evaluation Director, Center for Child and Family Studies, WestEd; firstname.lastname@example.org 40
DESIRED RESULTS DEVELOPMENTAL PROFILE - SCHOOL READINESS © KERRY KRIENER-ALTHEN, PHD, WESTED A PROJECT OF THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, CHILD.
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