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Leuven Analysis Screens

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This tutorial will talk you through the Leuven Analysis Screens that are available to you on Tapestry. In order to view these screens, the Leuven scales will need to be enabled via your Control Panel by following this tutorial

Note: The Leuven system of measuring well-being and engagement was written in 1994 as a tool for staff to use to evaluate their early years environment. The premise was that by observing and measuring how children were engaging in the environment teachers could see if they needed to modify to improve their teaching spaces to improve the outcomes for children.

You can use Leuven on Tapestry to evaluate your provision by reviewing children’s engagement and well-being by observing them in your different learning spaces.

Over time, Leuven has begun to be used as a tool to assess children individually, this is not the original intended purpose.  Any observation or assessment of children’s well being needs to be completed in the light of the PSED statements contained within Development Matters. Subsequently, any PSED assessments need to be viewed holistically as part of the collection of knowledge key people have about the child. Thus, early intervention support and help for the child can be accessed swiftly if there are concerns regarding their ability to engage or if they are displaying low levels of well-being.

Accessing the Leuven Analysis Dashboard

To access the Leuven Analysis Dashboard:

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(1) Click on the 'Tracking' tab.

(2) Click on 'Leuven'.

(3) Click on ' Leuven Dashboard'.

You will then be presented with the following screen:

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(1) Here you will be able to see how many approved/unapproved Leuven assessments have been made for active children on your account.

(2) These results are presented according to the period you select from the drop down options here.

(3) You can also filter according to group - in this example we have selected 'All children'. 

(4) You will also be given the distribution of assessments according to Well-being and Involvement

The Leuven Thoroughness Screen

The Leuven Thoroughness Screen will show you how many observations within a period have Leuven assessments linked to them and the average score for well-being and involvement for each scale.  

To access the Leuven Thoroughness Screen:

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(1) Click on the 'Tracking' tab.

(2) Click on 'Leuven'.

(3) Click on ' Leuven Thoroughness Screen'.

You will then be presented with the following screen:

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(1) After you have accessed the screen, the top menu will give you the options to:

Go back to the Analysis Home page, go Up to the previous screen (in this case the Dashboard), go Back to a previous step and/or be able to Export your results. 

(2) If you click on 'Set options' you will be given the option to filter according to your (a) 'Key Children' as below:

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(3) You can then filter according to period or set a custom period as required. 

(4) You can also filter according to group (in this example we will be viewing 'all children'). 

(5) Here you will be able to see the Key for the thoroughness results for Well-being and Involvement presented as a graph. 

(6) This is the representation of your filtered results as a graph where you will be able to see the names of the children on the vertical axis and the number of assessments for well-being and involvement on the horizontal axis. 

(7) You will also be able to see the results in a table format with the names of the children with Leuven assessments listed in the first column.

(8) The thoroughness results for Well-being will be calculated according to the number of observations containing assessments and the average score they produce for well-being. 

(9) The thoroughness results for Involvement will be calculated according to the number of observations containing assessments and the average score they produce for involvement. 

(10) You can set the parameters for the number of observations you see in the results by clicking on 'Add filter'. You will then see the following pop up:

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(a) From here you will be able to select which scale you wish to change the parameters for - either Well-being or Involvement. 

(b) You can then amend the number of observations you wish to see the scores for - therefore if we change it to between 1 and 3 observations, you will only see results for children who have between 1 and 3 assessments for Leuven.  

(c) Click 'OK' to add your filter. 

(11) Here you will see the list of children who have no Leuven assessments, or do not match the applied filters. 

(12) You can add the Thoroughness Screen to your list of 'favourites' if you wish to have quick access to it in the future. It will then show up in your 'favourites' list under the 'Leuven' tab in Tracking. 

The Leuven Attainment Screen

The Leuven Attainment Screen will show you the average attainment score for well-being and involvement for observations within a period that have Leuven assessments linked to them. 

To access the Leuven Attainment Screen:

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(1) Click on the 'Tracking' tab.

(2) Click on 'Leuven'.

(3) Click on ' Leuven Attainment Screen'.

You will then be presented with the following screen:

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(1) After you have accessed the screen, the top menu will give you the options to:

Go back to the Analysis Home page, go Up to the previous screen (in this case the Dashboard), go Back to a previous step and/or be able to Export your results. If you click on 'Set options' you will be given the option to filter according to your (a) 'Key Children' (as above in for the 'Thoroughness' screen). 

(2) You can then filter according to period or set a custom period as required. 

(3) You can also filter according to group (in this example we will be viewing 'all children'). 

(4) Here you will be able to see the Key for the attainment results for Well-being and Involvement presented as a graph. 

(5) This is the representation of your filtered results as a graph where you will be able to see the names of the children on the vertical axis and the average score for attainment for well-being and involvement on the horizontal axis. 

(6) You will also be able to see the results in a table format with the names of the children with Leuven assessments listed in the first column.

(7) The attainment results for Well-being will be calculated according to the number of observations containing assessments and the average score they produce for well being. 

(8) The attainment results for Involvement will be calculated according to the number of observations containing assessments and the average score they produce for involvement. 

(9) You can set the parameters for the number of observations you see in the results by clicking on 'Add filter'. You will then see the following pop up:

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(a) From here you will be able to select which scale you wish to change the parameters for - either Well-being or Involvement. 

(b) You can then amend the scales for which you wish to see attainment scores for - therefore if we change it to between low and high, you will only see results for children who have assessments that fall between low and high.  

(c) Click 'OK' to add your filter. 

(10) Here you will see the list of children who have no Leuven assessments, or do not match the applied filters. 

(11) You can add the Attainment Screen to your list of 'favourites' if you wish to have quick access to it in the future. It will then show up in your 'favourites' list under the 'Leuven' tab in Tracking. 

 

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