BRIGANCE Early Childhood Screens III

The BRIGANCE Early Childhood Screens III is a short screening tool that can be used to identify students for delays and giftedness. The assessment is offered for three age ranges: 0-35 months, 3-5 years, and K and 1st grade. The tool can be administered in less than 15 minutes per child, in both English and Spanish.

Content

Subdomain
Topics
Phonemic awareness, Phonics, Comprehension, Vocabulary, Fluency, Additional Topics
Grades
Birth-1
Languages
English
Spanish

Administration information

Length
An estimated duration of each subtest is not provided.
Price
BRIGANCE Early Childhood Complete Assessment Kit for 0-35 months or 3-5 years (Includes: Screens III manual, 60 assorted data sheets, Screens III technical manual, IED III inventory, 20 IED III record books, testing accessories, durable canvas tote): $529
Training
Free on demand training videos available
Qualifications
"Level B (Purchasing requires a master's degree in psychology, education, speech language pathology, occupational therapy, social work, counseling, or field related to assessment, and formal training in the ethical adminitration, scoring, and interpretat
Administration
Individual

Access and Use

Contact
800-225-0248
Instrument Use in Peer-Reviewed Studies

Haskett, M. E., Armstrong, J. M., & Tisdale, J. (2016). Developmental Status and Social-Emotional Functioning of Young Children Experiencing Homelessness. Early Childhood Education Journal, 44(2), 119–125. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10643-015-0691-8

Glascoe, F. P. (1996). Can the BRIGANCE Screens Detect Children Who Are Gifted and Academically Talented? Roeper Review, 19(1), 20–24.

Psychometrics

Scoring
Computer scoring
Manual scoring
Referencing
Criterion-referenced
Norm-referenced
Open Access
No
Resources on Psychometric Properties

French, B. (2013). BRIGANCE Screens III Technical Manual. Curriculum Associates LLC. Retrieved from https://oms.brigance.com/Reports/ScreensIII-Tech-Manual-04.pdf

Mantzicopoulos, P. (1999). Reliability and Validity Estimates of the Brigance K & 1 Screen Based on a Sample of Disadvantaged Preschoolers. Psychology in the Schools, 36(1), 11–19.