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The inCLASS observation system has now been used across the US and internationally in over a dozen research studies.
Data have been gathered in more than 500 classrooms for over 2,000 preschool and kindergarten-age children to learn about their engagement with teachers, peers, and tasks.

The LOOK Consultation Model

Our latest study using the inCLASS is focused on a developing a consultation model for teachers working with children who displaying challenging behavior.

Funded by the U.S. Department of Education Institute for Education Science, this study is led by Jason Downer and Amanda Williford at UVA's Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning, in partnership with Rebecca Bulotsky-Shearer at the University of Miami.

The consultation model, called Learning to Objectively Observe Kids (LOOK), will use information from inCLASS observations to guide teachers' selection of evidence-based strategies to meet the social and learning needs of these children who are at-risk for later emotional and academic problems. Learn More about LOOK
Technical Manual
Need to know quickly about the basic psychometric properties (e.g., inter-rater reliability, predictive validity) of the inCLASS? Check out the Technical Manual