Young children’s ability to successfully relate their emotions and interact with others in positive ways is critical for their well-being and school readiness. ASQ-SE focuses exclusively on a child’s social-emotional behavior and should be used in conjunction with ASQ-3 or another screening measure that provides more broad-based information about children’s developmental status. This training will discuss the following core components when using this universal screener:

  • Overview of screening and monitoring
  • Advantages of including parents in the screening process
  • Features of the ASQ:SE-2 with learning activities
  • How to score and interpret the ASQ: SE-2
  • Referral considerations and follow-up recommendations

Audience: Early childhood special education teachers, general education early childhood PK - first grade teachers, and paraprofessionals.