Child Outcome Summary Forms are used by providers serving children 0-3 years of age in Sooner Start Early Intervention, and providers serving children 3-6 years of age in local education agencies. These forms must be completed twice for children who have received services for 6 months or more. Once at the child's entry into the program and again at the child's exit from the program (age 6). Best practice is to use two or more sources of information when completing these forms. Keep in mind; these forms and the numerical scale are based on typical child development.
The OSDE-COSF forms:
The following trainings from the Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center (ECTAC) provide information on completing the Child Outcome Summary Forms. Online Learning Module
National Association for the Education of Young Children the nation's leading voice for high-quality early childhood education for children birth to age eight. Information on professional development, membership, and an online store are provided.
Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center provides technical assistance to educators and providers and links to upcoming conferences and webinars.
Parents as Teachers provides information on the home visiting program available to families birth to age three. Thirty-seven Oklahoma education agencies have received grants to provide services for the 2013-2014 school year.
The Council for Exceptional Children, Division of Early Childhood provides standards for educating young children.
Professional Development Materials and Training provides presentations and resources on early childhood outcomes and early childhood program codes.
Child Outcomes Summary-Team Collaboration (COS-TC) Quality Practice Checklist and Descriptions provides opportunities to practice with the checklist and descriptions by watching video clips of COS team meetings with families and rating the extent to which providers in the video used COS-TC quality practices.
Early Childhood Outcomes Webinar provides more information on filling out the Child Outcomes Summary Forms.