This is an eight-item subscale of a self-report instrument for measuring the amount of communication about sexual risk and sexual risk reduction occurring between parents and their adolescent children, as reported by the adolescent. It has been tested wit ...

The Partner Communication Scale (PCS) is composed of five items that assess frequency of communicating with a sex partner. It was originally pilot-tested with a small sample of African American females ages 14 to 18, but may be used with males, individual ...

This brief scale is an adaptation of a scale developed by Child Trends for the Templeton Foundation, as part of the Flourishing Children Project. It includes six items that measure teenagers' relationships with their primary caregivers (whether this is a ...

Category:Directory

This intake form captures demographic and contact information for new participants. It can be easily completed by each participant upon enrolling in a new program. 

This inventory will help staff determine if they are creating a program environment that reflects the expectations and norms of a real workplace.

This assessment allows staff to evaluate participants’ work behaviors and skills in a range of areas. Ratings in each skill area are totaled into an overall score that, with the help of a guide, staff can determine if employees are truly ready for the wor ...

This tool was developed by Child Trends for the Templeton Foundation, as part of the Flourishing Children Project. It includes six items that measure teenagers' relationships with their parents. Adolescents who have positive relationships with their paren ...

Please note that this tool is proprietary and may only be obtained by contacting the creators of the tool below. PerformWell cannot make this tool available in ETO. The Parent Practices Interview (PPI) is an 72-item questionnaire adapted from the Oregon ...

This is a self-report tool suitable for high schoolers or adults who have at least a junior high school level of education.  It is intended as a risk-assessment tool.  It is designed to “assess feelings of being overwhelmed and being unable to control or ...

Category:Self-Management
IndicatorsStress Management

The Physical Activity Questionnaire for Children is a self-administered, 7-day recall instrument.  It was developed to assess general levels of physical activity throughout the elementary school year for students in grades 4 to 8 and approximately 8 to 14 ...

These items measure teachers’ perceptions of their students’ prosocial skills. It includes ratings of both adaptive behaviors and interpersonal social competence. Teachers (or other instructors) can use the scale to assess how frequently students engage ...

This observation rating tool is designed to rate research-based, promising practices in after-school programs. Observers must follow the rubric described in the manual to make ratings of each practice. The tool also includes space where observers can take ...

The Physical Activity Questionnaire for Adolescents is a nine-item, seven day self-report recall questionnaire designed and extensively used for surveillance and monitoring.  The PAQ-A is self-administered.  It was developed to assess general levels of ph ...

This form aims to capture participants' perceptions of program leader performance. This is an easy form for adolescent or young adult participants to complete following a program session. It should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete. 

PACE research began in 1990 with a small contract from the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention to develop tools to help primary care physicians counsel their patients on becoming more physically active. It has now grown to encompass a broad array ...

PACE research began in 1990 with a small contract from the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention to develop tools to help primary care physicians counsel their patients on becoming more physically active. It has now grown to encompass a broad array ...

The measure is reported in Walker, Wilkins, Dallaire, Sandler and Hoover-Dempsey (2005) and in Hoover-Dempsey & Sandler (2005). It was adapted from work by Epstein and Salinas (1993) and by Hoover-Dempsey, Walker, Jones & Reed (2002). The measure ...

The parent involvement items included in this tool are part of the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH). This survey is used primarily to measure the prevalence, as well as correlates, of drug use in the United States. Data from the NSDUH provid ...

Category:Substance Use

This tool offers a format for documenting and learning from the reasons why the mentoring match ended.  

Category:Mentoring