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Self-Assessment of the Contextual Fit in Schools

The purpose of this interview is to assess the extent to which the elements of a behavior support plan fit the contextual features of your school environment. The interview asks you to rate (a) your knowledge of the elements of the plan, (b) your perception of the extent to which the elements of the behavior support plan are consistent with your personal values, and skills, and (c) the school’s ability to support implementation of the plan. This information will be used to design practical procedures that will help school personnel support children with problem behaviors.

selecting/evaluating a behavior support plan, behavior management
Jeffrey Sprague
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Contact

Jeffrey Sprague
1265 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403
jeffs@uoregon.edu

Citation and Copyright

Horner, Salentine, & Albin, (2003). Self-Assessment of Contextual Fit in Schools.

Instrument

a four page interview

Assessment Modality

Respondent

Instrument Details

schools selecting/evaluating a behavior support plan
English
5-10 minutes
16 items
Knowledge of elements in the Behavior Support Plan (items 1-2)
Skills needed to implement the Behavior Support Plan (items 3-4)
Values are consistent with elements of the behavior support plan (items 5-6)
Resources available to implement the plan (items 7-8)
Administrative Support (items 9-10)
Effectiveness of Behavior Support Plan (items 11-12)
Behavior Support Plan is in the best interest of the student (items 13-14)
The Behavior Support Plan is efficient to implement (items 15-16)

Publications & Presentations

Manual

Psychometric Properties

Psychometrics for Self-Assessment of the Contextual Fit in Schools - Jeffrey Sprague
Psychometrics for Self-Assessment of the Contextual Fit in Schools - Jeffrey Sprague