CURRICULUM EMBEDDED APPROACH TO ONGOING ASSESSMENT :star:, STAGE 1: Select…
CURRICULUM EMBEDDED APPROACH TO ONGOING ASSESSMENT
STAGE 2: Implement Ongoing Assessment of Child Progress
Conduct the assessment efficiently to maximize instructional time.
Document information objectively, reliably, completely, and efficiently.
Make the assessment fair, ensuring that the following occur:
The child understands the task at hand.
The context for the assessment makes sense
for the child.
STAGE 3: Interpret Data and Formulate Instructional Decisions
Organize information in a way that supports valid
Use the data to reflect on and interpret children’s behavior and consider other explanations for children’s performance and progress.
Teachers use the data to identify children’s strengths, weaknesses, interests, and learning differences.
STAGE 4: Applying Instructional Decisions
Use the child’s data to plan and deliver high-quality, evidence-based instruction
Responsive to the data
Implemented with fidelity
Evaluated in an ongoing manner
Use variety of instructional approaches that build on children’s strengths and interests
STAGE 1: Select Target and Assessment Method
The way teacher gathers information about the skills, knowledge and behavior of interest.
Samples of a child’s work or play,such as drawings, dictation of what a child says, and pictures of three-dimensional structures that a child build
Video- and audio-recordings
Observations of a child going about his or her day-to-day tasks and routines
Knowledge, skill, or
behavior that the teacher wants to assess.
• Recognize shapes or colors when they are named
• Show understanding of cause-and-effect relationship
Take turns with another child when playing a