Assessment

Caregiver-Reported Early Development Instrument (CREDI) Short Form - Brazil

Ready for purposeThe Caregiver Reported Early Development Instrument (CREDI) was designed to serve as a population-level measure of early childhood development (ECD) for children from birth to age three. The Short Form used in Brazil gathers information on the development of five inter-related domains: motor, cognitive, language, social-emotional, and mental health. The measure does not have the ability to provide information about individual children (e.g. as a screener), or specific development within a particular domain (e.g. cognitive).

See CREDI Long Form - China and CREDI Long Form - India for different versions of this measurement tool.

Disclaimer: This tool was not tested in an EiE context. The Measurement Library Reference Group members are including the measure as it shows promise for use in EiE contexts with careful adaptation. 

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Evidence Snapshot

Summary
CREDI Short Form shows strong reliability and validity in Brazil, however, it was not tested in an EiE context.
Where
Brazil
Sample
1,265 children

Measure Snapshot

For what?
Program monitoring
About what?
Physical Skills and Health
How?
Paper/pencil format; or other device
Respondant
Parent/caregiver
By what method?
Survey

Resource Info

Published

Published by

Harvard Graduate School of Education

Authored by

Medjy Pierre-Louis, Dana Charles McCoy, Alexandra Brentani, Ana Maria de Ulhôa Escobar, Sandra J.F.E. Grisi, and Günther Fink

Topic(s)

Levels of Learning - Early Childhood Development

Geographic Focus

Brazil

Use:

Program monitoring

Resource Category:

Physical Skills and Health, Social-emotional Skills