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THE WHY

Requirement

Programs: CCTR, CSPP, CMIG, CHAN, CFCC

EES 08: Desired Results Profile & Data - The program maintains the Desired Results Developmental Profile–2015 (DRDP) and Desired Results parent survey data for children and families. The program uses the information to plan and conduct age and developmentally appropriate activities and to monitor family involvement and satisfaction.

Note: California Early Childhood Online (CECO) offers free online training modules covering California Department of Education publications & resources such as Foundations, Frameworks, DRDP, Preschool Program Guidelines, Healthy & Active Preschoolers, CSEFEL, Strengthening Families & 3R’s of ECE. 

Desired Results Tutorial: Orientation (English) (Spanish)

Desired Results Tutorial: Steps to Completing (English) (Spanish)

THE HOW & WHAT

Strategies

Interpreting regulations & putting them into practice can be challenging. Below are strategies to ensure this component is met:

 

Timelines

Complete age-appropriate DRDP for each child enrolled in the program for at least 10 hours per week and for any child with exceptional needs

Complete for each child within 60 calendar days of the child's enrollment in the program

Completed at least once every 6 months thereafter

Note: For Head Start programs, a mid-point check or 3 collections are typically completed 

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Preparation 

Before collecting assessment evidence, read through the entire DRDP assessment tool to know what behaviors and skills to consider. Pay special attention to the 4 D's of the assessment (Domain/Definitions/Developmental Levels/Descriptors)

The DRDP is made up of eight domains that each focus on the acquisition of knowledge, skills, or behaviors that reflect each domain’s developmental constructs. For preschool-age children, each contractor will determine if they will use either the Comprehensive or Fundamental view to assess the child's developmental progress.

LINKS/RESOURCES

DRDP Assessments Forms

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Step 1: Observe & Document

Since the DRDP focuses on the child's behavior, knowledge and skills; the first step is to capture a child's behavior through incorporating observation in natural settings.

Observations are completed & maintained in a paper portfolio OR electronic child portfolio 

LINKS/RESOURCES

DRDP Observation Resources (Paper observation records)

DRDP Portfolio Application (Electronic child portfolio)
 

Desired Results Tutorial: Preschool (English) (Spanish)

Desired Results Tutorial: Infant/Toddler (English)

DRDP (2015) Portfolio App Tutorial (English)


Step 2: Rate the Measures

Based on the supporting observation records, the educator will determine the latest developmental level for each measure the child has mastered & mark it appropriately within DRDP Online.

Use of DRDP Online meets the record retention requirement. No paper copies of the rating record are when assessment data is stored in DRDP Online. 

LINKS/RESOURCES

Rating Records (Paper rating record)

Desired Results Tutorials: DRDP Online


Step 3: Data Planning

ELCD funded agencies are required to use DRDP Online to obtain psychometrically valid reports. Based on the results, DRDP outcomes are linked to individual, group & program level planning:

  • Child: Using the Child Development Progress form and DRDP Online Child Rating Report, at the parent teacher conference, the results are shared. In collaboration with parent, child goals & strategies are established

  • Group: Educator will develop strategies based on DRDP group data for intentional group planning at the classroom/family child care home level

  • Program: After the last collection, DRDP data will be analyzed at the program and age group level. Data is used to develop an educational goal for the following program year

LINKS/RESOURCES

Child Developmental Progress (ELCD Conference Form)

Group Instructions & Form (3900)

Program Instructions & Form (4004)

 

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Step 4: Activity Planning

Age & developmentally appropriate activities are developed using:

  • Agency adopted curriculum

  • Educators incorporate strategies to meet individual child goals within lesson plans, which may be documented on the activity plan using a letter or number system tied to the child

  • Classroom & Program activities are incorporated into lesson plans based on Summary of Finding plans

LINKS/RESOURCES

There are many professional development materials, trainings & organizations that assist educators in planning strategies to support children.

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KNOWLEDGE CHECK

Are you ready to check for understanding? No worries, if you do not do well the first time, you can take the Knowledge Check a second time.

Good luck my friend!

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THE BOTTOM LINE

Monitoring

This program monitoring tool may be used to document self-monitoring & program-evaluation for this component

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Reference

Education Code: 8203(b)(c), 8203.5(b), 8240(a), 8245, 8246
Title 5: 18270.5, 18272, 18273, 18276, 18279–18281

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