Welcome to the Regulation-Related Skills Measure (RRSM)!

The RRSM is a tool that can be used by researchers to measure young children's Regulation-Related Skills (RRS) by observing their everyday behaviors in classroom settings (e.g., raising hands, waiting turns, listening to one another).

 

More specifically, it is an ecologically valid, objective, observation-based measure of prekindergarten and kindergarten children's RRS, including their ability to employ executive function and self-regulation skills, which has been validated for research purposes.

 

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For more information about what this means and how the RRSM can be used, please visit the Overview and Resources sections of this website.