Feifer Assessment of Childhood Trauma™: Teacher Form fact
Author: Steven G. Feifer, DEd
Purpose: Measures, from an educator’s perspective, how stress and trauma impact children in a school-based setting
Format: E-Manual, Online administration and scoring via PARiConnect
Age range: 4 years to 18 years
Time: 10 minutes
Online Forms, Administrations and Reports
Click to browse products
FACT online Teacher Form Score Report (each) min order 5
FACT online Teacher Form i-Admin (each) min order 5
The first comprehensive instrument measuring how stress and trauma impact children in a school-based setting from the teacher’s perspective, the FACT Teacher Form allows school psychologists to formulate targeted interventions that better meet kids’ needs.
Features and benefits
- Quantifies the impact of traumatic experiences on school-based functioning in order to help you generate specific interventions.
- Completed by a classroom teacher or other educator familiar with the student’s typical behavior and day-to-day functioning.
- Evaluates both academic functioning and resiliency in the same measure.
- Demonstrates strong evidence of reliability and validity.
- Four clinical scales (Behavior, Emotional, Physiological, Academic), one index (Trauma Index), and a supplemental Resiliency scale paint a broad picture of students’ functioning. Two validity scales are also provided.
- Critical items are included to help identify children who may need immediate follow-up or intervention.
- Designed for use by educational diagnosticians, school counselors, school psychologists, school nurses, community mental health providers, school administrators, and pediatricians.
- Administered exclusively through PARiConnect.
- An e-Manual provides detailed administration and scoring instructions, along with psychometric data and rationale for publishing.
- This edition can be used immediately by teachers while development of the full instrument, which will include a Parent Form and Self-Report Form, is ongoing.
- Developed by noted school psychologist and educational neuropsychologist Steven G. Feifer, DEd.