An Item 23, Lead Teacher page should be completed for each classroom in a center. Only one person should be designated as the Lead Teacher per classroom. The definition of the Lead Teacher can be found on pages 3, 54, and 63 in the PAS.
Use these labels in your PAS book to determine the rating for Item 24 indicator 1.2.
An Item 25, Assistant Teacher/Aide page should be completed for each teaching staff member in a classroom that meets the definition of a Assistant Teacher/Aide found on pages 3, 58, and 63 in the PAS.
Duplicate this form if you have more than five classrooms to determine the average PAS scores for Items 23, 24, and 25.
Use these labels in your PAS book to make sure all three components of a system have been met.
These labels can be used by directors who are organizing their documentation by item. Print off the file folder labels and place them on a file folder tab. Then place any supporting documentation related to the item in the appropriate file folder.
If you are conducting a BAS assessment and would like to gather background information about the program, you may use this form. If you are submitting BAS assessments for certification or to generate a computerized BAS Report, you must complete this form for each program.
Assessors can use this form to provide feedback about the BAS assessment. The McCormick Center will use the to make improvements to the interview process. Please return your form to the McCormick Center along with the copy of the program’s completed BAS book.
This forms enables providers to provide comments about the BAS assessment. The McCormick Center will use the feedback to make improvements to the assessment process. Please return this completed form in the envelope provided to the McCormick Center within five days after your assessment.
This documentation list was compiled to help providers prepare for an upcoming BAS visit. It is recommended that people who are unfamiliar with the BAS use this short version to prepare for the assessment, the long version should be used by people who are more familiar with the BAS and have had BAS training.