Social Competence and Behavior Evaluation – Preschool (1995)

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Social Competence and Behavior Evaluation – Preschool (1995)

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The SCBE-P describes child’s adaptation to and functioning within preschool classroom in order to help teachers plan intervention. The primary objective of the Social Competence and Behavior Evaluation (SCBE) is to describe the child’s behavior for purposes of socialization and education, rather than diagnosis. It focuses on the child’s adaptation to and functioning within his or her environment–which is particularly relevant to teachers. The SCBE helps teachers design classroom interventions that address both the child’s strengths and weaknesses. Used for years as the Preschool Socio-Affective Profile, the SCBE has now been renamed and standardized on more than 1,200 U.S. preschool children. It includes 80 items that can be completed in just 15 minutes by a preschool, Head Start, or Kindergarten teacher. These items cover eight basic scales and four summary scales. Basic Scales: Depressive-Joyful, Anxious-Secure, Angry-Tolerant, Isolated-Integrated, Aggressive-Calm, Egotistical-Prosocial, Oppositional-Cooperative, and Dependent-Autonomous. Summary Scales: Social Competence, Externalizing Problems, Internalizing Problems, and General Adaptation. Accepted test by Medicaid. 2’6-6 years Norm-Referenced LaFreniere & Dumas WPS Publishing

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The SCBE-P describes child’s adaptation to and functioning within preschool classroom in order to help teachers plan intervention. The primary objective of the Social Competence and Behavior Evaluation (SCBE) is to describe the child’s behavior for purposes of socialization and education, rather than diagnosis. It focuses on the child’s adaptation to and functioning within his or her environment–which is particularly relevant to teachers. The SCBE helps teachers design classroom interventions that address both the child’s strengths and weaknesses. Used for years as the Preschool Socio-Affective Profile, the SCBE has now been renamed and standardized on more than 1,200 U.S. preschool children. It includes 80 items that can be completed in just 15 minutes by a preschool, Head Start, or Kindergarten teacher. These items cover eight basic scales and four summary scales. Basic Scales: Depressive-Joyful, Anxious-Secure, Angry-Tolerant, Isolated-Integrated, Aggressive-Calm, Egotistical-Prosocial, Oppositional-Cooperative, and Dependent-Autonomous. Summary Scales: Social Competence, Externalizing Problems, Internalizing Problems, and General Adaptation. Accepted test by Medicaid. 2’6-6 years Norm-Referenced LaFreniere & Dumas WPS Publishing

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