The updated ITERS-R offers more practical assistance in the form of additional notes for clarification and an Expanded Score Sheet, which incorporates notes and tables to assist in scoring.
You may also be interested in the accompanying document – All About the ITERS-R. This resource guide explains why each item is important, what is needed to meet the requirements for all items, and how to score.
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The Infant Toddler Environment Rating Scale – Revised.
The updated ITERS-R offers more practical assistance in the form of additional notes for clarification and an Expanded Score Sheet, which incorporates notes and tables to assist in scoring. However, the items and indicators remain the same as in the original ITERS-R. Designed for use in center-based child care programs for infants and toddlers up to 30 months of age, the ITERS-R can be used by advisors for supervision and program improvement, by teaching staff for self-assessment, and in teacher training programs.
The established reliability and validity of the scale make it particularly useful for research and program evaluation.
Convenient organization in seven subscales: Space and Furnishings; Personal Care Routines; Listening and Talking; Activities; Interaction; Program Structure; Parents and Staff.
Each of the 39 items is expressed as a 7-point scale with indicators for 1 (inadequate), 3 (minimal), 5 (good), and 7 (excellent).
Notes for clarification and questions are included for selected items.
An introductory section gives detailed information about the rationale of the ITERS-R, the process of revision, and the reliability and validity of the scale.
Full instructions for administration and scoring, as well as a Score Sheet and Profile that may be photocopied, are included with the scale.
|Dimensions||280 × 215 × 7 mm|