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Parent-School Involvement Questionnaire

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotes
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
involvq01IntegerRecommendedP: I attend conferences with the teacher to talk about my child's learning or behavior T: I schedule conferences with the parent to talk about this student's learning or behavior0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq02IntegerRecommendedP: I contact the teacher or principal to get information T: I contact the parent to get information0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq03IntegerRecommendedP: I talk to my child's teacher about his/her daily school routine T: I talk to this student's parent about his/her daily school routine0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq04IntegerRecommendedP: I limit my child's TV and video watching T: I suggest that the parent limit this student's TV and video watching0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq05IntegerRecommendedP: I review my child's school work T: I review this student's homework0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq06IntegerRecommendedP: I take my child to the public library T: I take this student to the school library0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq07IntegerRecommendedP: I suggest classroom activities and school trips to the teacher T: I suggest home activities and trips to the parent0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq08IntegerRecommendedP: I attend parent workshops or training offered by my child's school T: I suggest that the parent attend workshops or training offered by the school0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq09IntegerRecommendedP: I talk to my child's teacher about the classroom rules T: I talk to this student's parent about the classroom rules0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq10IntegerRecommendedP: I take my child to school in the morning T: I greet this student at school in the morning0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq11IntegerRecommendedP: I keep a regular morning and bedtime schedule for my child T: I keep a regular individualized schedule for this student0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq12IntegerRecommendedP: I praise my child for his/her school work in front of the teacher T: I praise this student for his/her school work in front of the parent0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq13IntegerRecommendedP: I share stories with my child about when I was in school T: I share stories with this student about when I was in school0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq14IntegerRecommendedP: I take my child to places in the community to learn special things (museum, church) T: I take this student to places in the community to learn special things (museum)0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq15IntegerRecommendedP: I call/email the teacher if I am concerned about things that my child tells me about school T: I call/email the parent if I am concerned about things that this student tells me about home0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq16IntegerRecommendedP: I talk to the teacher about how my child gets along with his/her classmates in school T: I talk to the parent about how this student gets along with his/her classmates in school0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq17IntegerRecommendedP: I check to see that my child has a place at home where books or school materials are kept T: I check to see that this student has a place at school where books or school materials are kept0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq18IntegerRecommendedP: I volunteer in my child's classroom T: I suggest that the parent volunteer in the classroom0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq19IntegerRecommendedP: I participate in fundraising activities at my child's school T: I suggest that the parent participate in fundraising activities at the school0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq20IntegerRecommendedP: The teacher and I write notes/email each other about my child or school activities T: The parent and I write notes/email each other about this student or school activities0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq21IntegerRecommendedP: I talk to the teacher about my child's accomplishments T: I talk to the parent about this student's accomplishments0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq22IntegerRecommendedP: I read with my child T: I read with this student0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq23IntegerRecommendedP: I bring home learning materials for my child (tapes, videos, books) T: I send home learning materials for this student (tapes, videos, books)0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq24IntegerRecommendedP: I go on class trips with my child T: I suggest that the parent go on class trips with this student0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq25IntegerRecommendedP: I participate in parent and family social activities at my child's school T: I participate in parent and family social activities at my school0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq26IntegerRecommendedP: I maintain clear rules at home that my child should obey T: I maintain clear rules at school that this student should obey0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq27IntegerRecommendedP: I talk to my child's teacher about his/her difficulties at school T: I talk to this student's parent about his/her difficulties at school0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq28IntegerRecommendedP: I ask my child how his or her day was at school T: I ask this student how his or her evening/weekend was at home0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq29IntegerRecommendedP: I arrange times at home when my child's classmates can come and play T: I suggest that the parent arrange times at home when this student's classmates can come and play0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq30IntegerRecommendedP: I talk with other parents about school meetings and events T: I suggest that the parent talk with other parents about school meetings and events0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq31IntegerRecommendedP: I pick my child up from school in the afternoon T: I dismiss this student from school in the afternoon0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq32IntegerRecommendedP: I talk with people at my child's school about training or career development opportunities for myself T: I talk with the parent about training or career development opportunities0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq33IntegerRecommendedP: I talk with my child's teacher about school work he or she is expected to practice at home T: I talk with the parent about school work he or she is expected to practice at home0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq34IntegerRecommendedP: I talk with my child's teacher about our personal and family matters if it effects my child's work at school T: I talk with the parent about personal and school matters if it affects this student's work at school0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq35IntegerRecommendedP: My child has chores to do at home T: This student has jobs (e.g., line leader, snack helper, etc.) to do at school0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq36IntegerRecommendedP: I feel that teachers and the principal encourage parents to be involved at school T: I feel that teachers and the principal encourage parents to be involved at school0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq37IntegerRecommendedP: I feel that parents in my child's school support each other T: I feel that parents in my school support each other0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq38IntegerRecommendedP: I do creative activities with my child (like singing, drawing, and storytelling) T: I do creative activities with this student (like singing, drawing, and storytelling)0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq39IntegerRecommendedP: I spend time with my child working on math skills T: I spend time with this student working on math skills0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq40IntegerRecommendedP: I attend organized family - school associations at my child's school T: I attend organized family - school associations at my school0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq41IntegerRecommendedP: I talk with my child's teacher or principal about disciplinary problems T: I talk with this student's parent about disciplinary problems0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq42IntegerRecommendedP: I help my child with homework T: I suggest that the parent help or don't help this student with homework0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq43IntegerRecommendedP: I talk with my child's teacher on the telephone and/or exchange emails T: I talk with this student's parent on the telephone and/or exchange emails0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq44IntegerRecommendedP: I talk about how my child is doing in school to family and friends T: I talk about how this student is doing in school to other teachers who have this student0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq45IntegerRecommendedP: I talk to my child about how school has helped me T: I talk to this student about how school has helped me0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq46IntegerRecommendedP: I meet with other families from my child's classroom outside of school T: I meet with other teachers who have this student outside of school0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq47IntegerRecommendedP: I determine the function of my child's behavior T: I determine the function of this student's behavior0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq48IntegerRecommendedP: I pair visual and verbal instructions to help my child understand things better T: I pair visual and verbal instructions to help this student understand things better0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq49IntegerRecommendedP: I provide simple, clear directions to my child. T: I provide simple, clear directions to this student0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq50IntegerRecommendedP: I break down complex tasks into smaller components for my child. T: I breakdown complex tasks into smaller components for this student0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq51IntegerRecommendedP: I use PECS or other augmentative/alternative communication systems T: I use PECS or other augmentative/alternative communication systems0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq52IntegerRecommendedP: I help my child develop his/her social skills (e.g., social skills programs, social stories) T: I help this student develop his/her social skills (eg, social skills programs, social stories)0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq53IntegerRecommendedP: I use visual schedules to help my child transition T: I use visual schedules to help this student transition0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq54IntegerRecommendedP: I provide specific, immediate praise to my child T: I provide specific, immediate praise for this student0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq55IntegerRecommendedP: I use multi-sensory supports (e.g., squeezing stress balls) for my child T: I use multi-sensory supports (eg, squeezing stress balls) for this student0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq56IntegerRecommendedP: I use token systems (eg, sticker chart) for my child T: I use token systems (eg, sticker chart) for this student0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq57IntegerRecommendedP: I use self-monitoring tools for my child T: I use self-monitoring tools with this student0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq58IntegerRecommendedP: I provide my child with warnings verbally (eg, counting) or non-verbally (eg, using timers) to signal the beginning or end of an activity T: I provide this student with warnings verbally (e.g., counting) or non-verbally (e.g., using timers) to signal the beginning or end of an activity0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq59IntegerRecommendedP: I give my child breaks or alternate between preferred/non-preferred activities during challenging tasks T: I give this student breaks or alternate between preferred/non-preferred activities during challenging tasks0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
involvq60IntegerRecommendedP: I model and/or role play before exposing my child to new situations T: I model and/or role-play before exposing this student to new situations0::30=Rarely; 1=Sometimes; 2=Often; 3=Always
version_formString100RecommendedForm used
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