Student Risk Screening Scale (SRSS)

The Student Risk Screening Scale is a brief, no-cost, user-friendly screening tool designed to identify school-aged students with externalizing problems. The SRSS includes the following seven items: (a) steal; (b) lie, cheat, sneak; (c) behavior problem; (d) peer rejection; (e) low academic achievement; (f) negative attitude; and (g) aggressive behavior. These items are rated on […]

Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ)

The SDQ is a brief behavioral screener for 4-17 year olds created by Goodman in 1997. This measure can be used as a screener for risk for psychiatric disorders. The SDQ focuses on positive attributes as well as risk symptoms regarding the child or adolescent’s behavior in the past six months. There are multiple versions […]

Behavioral and Emotional Screening System (BESS)

The Behavior and Emotional Screening System is an instrument designed to assist school personnel and other care providers determine the behavioral and emotional strengths and weaknesses of students between the ages of 3 and 18. This instrument is part of the Behavior Assessment System for Children 2nd Edition (Kamphaus & Reynolds, 2007). The measure consists […]

Social, Academic, and Emotional Behavior Risk Screener (SAEBRS)

The SAEBRS is a brief tool supported by research for use in universal screening for behavioral and emotional risk. The measure falls within a broad class of highly efficient tools, suitable for teacher use in evaluating and rating all students on common behavioral criteria (Severson, Walker, Hope-Doolittle, Kratochwill, & Gresham, 2007). The SAEBRS is designed […]