COS ECE 3 - Assessment (6 pages)

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College of the Siskiyous
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Ece 3 - Positive Child Guidance

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Assessment is a Systematic Procedure for gathering information that can be used to understand children or programs We do it all the time Appropriate Assessment is Authentic based on real world situations the child applying her knowledge in a real world situation Observation Assessment Screening early intervention The W s Who is involved What Happened When did the Behavior Occur Where did the Behavior take place Why did the Child Behave that Way Sample Assessment DRDP 2010 required by the California Department of Education Child Development Division Domain Self and Social Development Measure Identity of self in relation to others Definition Child shows awareness that self is distinct from and also conencted to others Levels Responding Expandng Acting Discovering Developing Descriptor of Level Communicates own name and names of familiar people and things Examples of behaviors Examples of behaviors o Communicates Mommy Daddy blankie o Refers to teacher by name or gesture o Points to peer and says his or her name o Points to self and says name o Pats doll and says Baby Tory If you cannot answer these questions you are not prepared Why We Observe To Plan We don t always know what we think we know To Assess To Focus our Attention Five parts of Observation 1 2 3 4 5 Choose a Tool Use your observations Develop a Plan Put the Plan in place If the plan doesn t work If the plan works 1 Choose a Tool and Observe a Anecdotal Record b Running Account c Time Sampling d Event Sampling d Appreciate the importance of having a plan e Learn form mistakes f Return to evaluating observations 5 What if the plan does work How can we tell a Evaluate b Observe again c Document and go on Anecdotal Records 2 3 4 Use your Observations a for enjoyment and relationships b to prevent problems by determining developmentally appropriate activities c to lead our problem solving i interpret the observations using 1 what we know about development 2 what we know about individual development 3 what we



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