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formative assessment used to monitor child's progress during a series of learning activities
summative assessment used at the end of a cycle of instrumental experiences to confirm mastery of information or skills
event sampling used to understand the cause of behavior, and how to address, to observe when the behavior is likely to occur and waits for it to take place
time sampling the behavior being observed is decided ahead of time as well as the time interval, record the # of time the behavior occurs w/in the time frame, other behaviors are not noted,
checklist a list of sequential behaviors arranged in categories used to determine whether the child exhibits the behavior or skill, assess weaknesses and strenghts
rating scale used to determine the degree to which the child exhibits a behavior or the quality of that behavior; each trait is rated on a continuum, the observer decides where the child fits on the scale
running record a record of the situation, detailed narrative that includes sequence of events, description of objectives,
ancedotal notes an objective account of an incident that tells what happened, when, where
portfolios gather example of child's work over a period of time to evaluate development and learning over a period of time
observations systematic means of gathering information about children by watching them
observation records written records of the observations of a child, including anecdotes, daily logs, and in-depth running records
class journals diaries that teachers keep about a group’s progress toward meeting educational goals.
frequency records checklists for recording the presence or absence of, frequency of, or quality of selected behaviors.
documentation panel is the part of the Reggio Emilia process that shows, publicly, the learning accomplishments of young children
class journals diaries that teachers keep about a group’s progress toward meeting educational goals.
frequency records checklists for recording the presence or absence of, frequency of, or quality of selected behaviors.
documentation panel is the part of the Reggio Emilia process that shows, publicly, the learning accomplishments of young children
typical development the usual or expected developmental pattern of children
atypical development unusual developmental pattern of children
atypical development unusual developmental pattern of children
typical development the usual or expected developmental pattern of children
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