The Inclusive Classroom Profile (ICP™), Research Edition
Early Childhood

Available in packs of 5, these are the 24-page forms needed to conduct the complete ICP™assessment.

79901 978-1-59857-990-1
2016 40
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Available in packs of 5, these are the 40-page forms needed to conduct the complete ICP™ assessment.

The Inclusive Classroom Profile (ICP) is a comprehensive, field-tested observational tool that assesses the quality of inclusive practices. A one-of-a-kind tool for classrooms serving children ages 2–5, the ICP assesses 12 key practices with the strongest research base for supporting the education and development of young children in inclusive programs:

  • Adaptations of Space, Materials, and Equipment
  • Adult Involvement in Peer Interactions
  • Adults' Guidance of Children’s Free-Choice Activities and Play
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Membership
  • Relationships between Adults and Children
  • Support for Communication
  • Adaptation of Group Activities
  • Transitions between Activities
  • Feedback
  • Family-Professional Partnerships
  • Monitoring Children's Learning

The ICP is an observation rating scale designed to assess the quality of daily classroom practices that support the developmental needs of children with disabilities in early childhood settings. Comprehensive assessment with ICP takes about 3½ hours, plus 20 minutes to score. Learn more about ICP here.

View our recorded webinar: Introduction to the Inclusive Classroom Profile presented by Elena Soukakou, Ph.D.


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Ilene Schwartz, Professor of Special Education, University of Washington, Director, Haring Center for Inclusive Education - July 6, 2016
"As practitioners and consumers are moving towards more inclusive programs, the field has not had an instrument to use to evaluate the quality of these environment. The ICP is that tool!"
Susan Sandall, Professor, College of Education, University of Washington - June 17, 2016
"The ICP holds huge potential for guiding program improvement to enhance access, participation and learning for all children."
Sarika Gupta, Assistant Research Professor, Center for Early Childhood Education and Intervention, University of Maryland - June 10, 2016
"ICP is a long-awaited resource that encourages educators, professional development providers, and administrators to reflect on how to promote young children with disabilities’ active participation in inclusive early childhood programs. It will help take the guess-work out of how to make decisions that improve program quality."
Pam Winton, Senior Scientist, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute - June 7, 2016
"Thanks to the ICP, researchers, administrators, policymakers and parents now have an important tool to capture information about the actual implementation of high quality inclusion practices."