Download Introducing It: Using the Early Learning Guidelines to Track Development for Assessment! This new Tip Sheet is part two in our series on Authentic Assessment.
Introducing It: Using the Early Learning Guidelines to Track Development for Assessment talks about ways to track child development. It discusses two different sets of early learning guidelines that educators can refer to.
Download Introducing It: The Authentic Assessment Cycle and Its Role in Early Childhood Education to learn the hallmarks of Authentic Assessment. This Tip Sheet also explores the Authentic Assessment cycle, and it explains how data is used to shape further instruction.
Authentic Assessment is recommended practice because it allows educators to gain a holistic picture of a child’s development. Our latest Tip Sheet is called Introducing It: The Authentic Assessment Cycle and Its Role in Early Childhood Education. It explores the Authentic Assessment cycle, and it explains how data is used to shape further instruction.
Margarita Milenova, PhD, trains educators in the use of different assessment tools. In this Q & A, she offers insights into the benefits of authentic assessment.
Have you ever wondered what a classroom observer is looking for, or what sets high-quality classrooms apart? Find out in this Q & A with Program Quality Manager Ashley Midthun, MS.
Program Quality Specialist Margarita Milenova, PhD, answers some common questions that teachers, administrators and parents have about assessments.
For adults learning online the goal of assessment should be to support and extend authentic learning.
CEED is delighted to welcome Anne Larson, PhD, to our team as a research associate.
This post from the 2019 Minnesota Early Intervention Summer Institute draws on the session, Flipping Your Assessment Practices from Standardized to Personalized.