____You understand what a baseline is.
____ You understand that baseline measures can tell you whether your efforts are working.
____ You understand that a baseline can help you make sense about something that might be too massive and complicated to understand otherwise.
____ You understand that a baseline can help you decide whether this is a good time to start an intervention or whether a particular intervention is appropriate.
____ You understand that baseline measures can sometimes tell you if an intervention isn't necessary at all.
____ You understand that baseline measures can help you tell if you're using methods that aren't working.
____ You understand that your method or intervention may take some time to produce the desired effect.
Developing your baseline:
____ You have picked an indicator or indicators that best reflect the behaviors that are most important to you.
____You have found measurements on those indicators.
____You understand the different types of baseline data patterns.
____You understand how to interpret those patterns.
____You have decided what problem or problems to address.
____You have identified primary targets of the intervention.
____You have developed an action plan.
____You have begun your intervention.