The Early Years Toolbox's (EYT) Child Self-Regulation & Behaviour Questionnaire (CSBQ) is a teacher- or parent-report questionnaire consisting of 34 items relating to children’s everyday behaviours. These items combine to assess children’s self-regulation and social development (e.g., ‘persists with difficult tasks’ and ‘waits their turn in activities’). For each item the respondent selects one of five options to indicate whether the statement is ‘Not true’ to ‘Very true’ about the child. This takes up to 5 minutes per child to complete. CSBQ produces both self-regulation (i.e., behavioural, cognitive and emotional) and social development sub-scales (e.g., prosocial).
Subscale scores are presented on the final assessment screen. For more precise research applications, there are options to have the item by item data sent to a user-specified e-mail address or database. For more information, training videos and analysis resources, please visit http://www.eytoolbox.com.au
Languages embedded: English, Korean, and more in progress
About the Early Years Toolbox:
The 'Early Years Toolbox' (EYT, for short) is comprised of brief, engaging game-like assessments of children’s self-regulation, executive functioning and vocabulary. These assessments are based on well-established and widely used measures, yet have been adapted and optimised on the basis of 20+ years of research experience working with young children.
NOTE FOR RESEARCHERS: If using this app for research and/or publication purposes, please cite the following as the original source article:
Howard, S. J., & Melhuish, E. (2017). An Early Years Toolbox (EYT) for assessing early executive function, language, self-regulation, and social development: Validity, reliability and preliminary norms. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 35(3), 255-275.
- Revised title screen.
- Added version/build to application settings
- Fixed last sync feedback display
- Other bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
Interesting idea, unfortunately it doesn't work
There now way to see the result from what I can tell and the email the survey link leads to a blank survey. Too bad as I liked the idea of this app. Let me know if it is fixed or if I'm operator impaired!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.