Population:Elementary

The Illinois Bully Scale is an 18 item, self-report measure that contains three subscales for measuring the frequency of fighting, peer victimization, and bully behavior.  Consisting of 9 items, the Bully subscale includes items that address how often a y ...

This scale measures the level of tolerance that children/youth have for differences described as "a measure of comfort and acceptance of ethic and cultural diversity in people who are different than oneself” http://forumfyi.org/files/Connecticut%20Assessi ...

Drawing from a variety of national literacy assessments, LLAP was created by the LEARNS partners at Bank Street College of Education in collaboration with the Corporation for National and Community Service. LLAP provides an assessment option for reading e ...

Category:Tutoring

This questionnaire is used to assess children’s ability to regulate negative emotions and disruptive behavior, and to set and attain goals.  

Category:Self-Management

The Child PTSD Symptom Scale (CPSS) is a self-report measure designed to assess the severity of post-traumatic stress disorder among children and adolescents, ages 8 to 18 (Foa, Johnson, Feeny & Treadwell, 2001).  The measure has a total of 24 items a ...

Category:Directory

The Aggression Scale measures the frequency of self-reported overt aggressive behaviors that may result in physical or psychological injury to other students, for example, pushing, name-calling, hitting, and/or threatening.

The Mock Report Card Tool, completed by teachers, standardizes information about students' academic performance across districts that use different grading systems. The Mock Report Card tool is comprised of three scales that measure elementary or middle s ...

  Developed by Dr. Morris Rosenberg, the scale is a self-esteem measure widely used in Social Science research.  The RSES is a ten-item Likert type scale with items answered on a four-point scale, from Strongly Agree to Strongly Disagree.  Five of the it ...

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 scale was developed to measure behavioral, emotional, and cognitive aspects of school engagement in elementary school students.  In includes items which were drawn from variety of measures (see http://www.childtrends.org/Files/Child_Trends-2003_03_12 ...

Category:Tutoring

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 Youth Program Quality Assessment (YPQA), developed and tested by the High/Scope Educa ...

This scale assesses student beliefs about personal abilities to complete schoolwork successfully. The scale was based on and adapted from related work, including Bandura (1997), Patrick, Hicks and Ryan (1997), Roeser, Midgley and Urdan (1996), and Ryan an ...

Category:Tutoring

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

Category:Mentoring

The 36-item After-School Environment Scale (ASES) was developed for use with third-, fourth-, and fifth-grade children as a measure of psychosocial climate in after-school programs.  Several features of programs are assessed, including relations with care ...

This sample format will assist programs in deciding how and what information to collect for the recruiting, screening, and selection processes.  

Category:Mentoring

This scale has been adapted from the scale developed for the study on teacher's involvement of parents conducted by Hoover-Dempsey, Walker, Jones and Reed (2002). The scale developed for the study has 15 items and it assesses teacher reports of parents’ i ...

The Children's Self-Efficacy in Peer Interactions scale is designed to measure youths’ perceptions of their ability to be successful in social interactions. This includes their ability to be persuasive towards peers in positive ways. The questionnaire con ...

This tool measures perceptions and beliefs about behaving aggressively under varying conditions of provocation and when no conditions are specified. It can be administered individually or in groups. It has two sub-scales which can be used separately: th ...

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 ...