Project STEPS : Developmental Ages for the Skills Included on the Helpful Entry Level Skills Checklist
Mary Louise Hemmeter, Beth Rous
This instrument was designed to assist preschool teachers in selecting functional skills children may need in making the transition into public schools. Target skills were identified through a survey of special and regular education teachers in Fayette County, Kentucky. The research base and theoretical rationale behind the checklist are described in the user's manual, followed by instructions for administering the checklist. Guidelines for mid-year evaluation, post-test evaluation, and follow-up are also included. The checklist itself covers between 4 and 12 skills in each of the following categories: Classroom Rules, Work Skills, Communication Skills, Social/Behavioral Skills, and Self Management Skills.
Mary Louise Hemmeter, Beth Rous. Project STEPS : Developmental Ages for the Skills Included on the Helpful Entry Level Skills Checklist (1992). Project STEPS [Sequenced Transition to Education in the Public Schools]: Lexington, KY.
Sponsoring Agency: EEPCD Grant (Early Education Programs for Children with Disabilities)
Formats Available: Printed Material
(over 10 copies, $5.00 each (comes with manual, see CL00237) )
Project STEPS [Sequenced Transition to Education in the Public Schools]
Project STEPS Dissemination Center
Human Development Institute, University of Kentucky
126 Mineral Industries Building
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