The BRIGANCE® System

 

     The BRIGANCE® System is a comprehensive and on-going 

   assessment and record-keeping and instructional planning system  

   for skills from birth to adult. Components are as described below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 The System is published by and   

   available from
   Curriculum Associates, Inc.,
   P. O. Box 2001
   North Billerica, MA 01862-0901
   Ph.:
1-800-225-0248 Fax: 1-800-366-1158
 

  The System includes the
   
BRIGANCE® Inventories,
    • BRIGANCE® Screens
    • BRIGANCE® Readiness:
      Strategies and Practice.

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    Other components of the
  BRIGANCE® Inventories   

  include accompanying
 
Individual Student/  

     Learner Record Books

     for each  Inventory.
 
Class Record Books for

     each Inventory.
 
Optional Goals and 

     Objectives Writing CDs  

     for some Inventories.
 
Optional Standardized 

     Scoring Conversion Soft-

     ware CDs for some
     Inventories.
   For more information on  

  the Inventories, including 

  pricing and ordering infor-

  mation, visit Curriculum  

  Associates’s web site,
 

 

 

 

Other Components

 

    Other components of the  

  BRIGANCE® Screens include

  accompanying
 
triplicate-copy individual  

    data sheets for each screen.
 
class record folders for

     each screen.
 
optional testing kits for   

     some screens.
 
optional Standardized

     Scoring Conversion
     Software CDs for some  

     screens.
 
Spanish Direction Booklets.
    For more information on the  

  Screens, including pricing

  and ordering information,

  visit Curriculum Associates’s
  web site.

The BRIGANCE® Screens

 

     The screens provide a quick and

  efficient method for conducting a  

  screening assessment infants,   

  toddlers, pre-school, and kindergar-

  ten and first grade age children.

  All Screens assess the key areas of  

  language fine-motor, gross-motor,

  self-help. and social and emotional 

  development.
   The screens include the  

  BRIGANCE®
 
Infant and Toddler Screen for  

    infants and toddlers from birth

    to 23 months.
 
Early Preschool Screen—II for

    preschoolers of 2 and 2½ years

     of age.
 
Preschool Screen—II for pre- 

     schoolers of 3 and 4 years of age.
 
K & 1 Screen—II for screening    

    kindergarten and first grade age

    children.

 

 

    The Inventories are a comprehensive

  and on-going assessment, record- 

  keeping and instructional planning  

  system for skills from birth through  

  adult, The BRIGANCE® Inventories 

  include the
 
Inventory of Early DevelopmentII  

    (IED-II) for children from birth to the 

    develompental age of 7 years.
 
Comprehensive Inventory of Basic 

    SkillsRevised (CIBS-R) for students 

    from the readiness level through 8th

    grade.
 
Assessment of Basic Skills—Spanish
    Edition
for Spanish speaking

    students from the readiness level   

    through 6th grade.
 
Life Skills Inventory (LSI) for students

    from junior high through adult.
 
Employability Skills Inventory (ESI)  

    for students from junior high through

    adult.
 
Inventory of Essential Skills (IES) for
    students from junior high through  

    adult.

 

 Other Components

The BRIGANCE® Inventories 

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This nonconsumable binder links assessment
with instruction as it is correlated with the
BRIGANCE® IED—II, Readiness Section of
the (CIBS-R), and the Preschool —II and
K & 1—II Screens listed above.
This comprehensive resource features
teaching activities, techniques, reproducible
items such as letter to parents and references
for children with developmental skills from
4 through 6 years of age (preschool
through first grade).

 This nonconsumable binder links assessment
with instruction as it is correlated with the
BRIGANCE® IED—II, Readiness Section of 

  This nonconsumable binder links assessment with instruction as it is correlated with the BRIGANCE® IED—II, Readiness Section of the (CIBS-R), and the Preschool —II and K & 1—II Screens listed above.
   This comprehensive resource features teaching activities techniques, reproducible items such as letter to parents and references for use with children with developmental skills from
4 to 7 years of age (preschool through first grade).
   Sections for Each Skill Sequence include help such as objectives, rationale, recommendations for effec-tive teaching, obsevations for possible reasons for learning difficulties and a letter to
parents.
   For more information on this Readiness instructional binder, including pricing
and ordering information, visit Curriculum Associates’s web site.

 

  The BRIGANCE® Readiness: Strategies and Practice