This video introduces Theory of Impact (TOI), a type of logic model used in the early childhood field to help answer complex questions.
This presentation is designed to help Early Head Start staff determine how they can select the best assessment tools for their programs.
This presentation highlights how to consider early childhood and parenting measurement tools and how to use the IMPACT Measures Tool®.
This quick guide is designed to help early childhood professionals build a logic model to address a social problem.
This brief includes key takeaways from interviews with early childhood experts on the importance of culture in measurement.
This presentation highlights the role of measurement and evaluation in early childhood through an equity lens and describes the scoring categories of the IMPACT Measures Tool®.
This report includes findings from interviews with early childhood experts about defining and promoting cultural relevance in measurement.
This guide provides information about how screening tools work in home visiting, why they are helpful, and how home visiting and early childhood professionals can find a screening tool to use.
This resource provides information about how pediatric well-visits can support and elevate early relational health, along with measures designed for use in clinical settings.
This guide is designed to help early childhood workforce professionals define social-emotional emotional development within their teams, align practices to support development, and harness measurement and evaluation tools and processes.
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