Authentic, observation-based assessment is a critical component of intentional instruction and improved program effectiveness, and most importantly, provides educators with the information they need to help all children to succeed.
Yet, many misunderstand the difference between developmentally appropriate, ongoing assessment and pulling children away from their classroom activities to “test” their knowledge and skills. In reality, early childhood assessment—when done appropriately—is rooted in building teacher-child relationships that help to chart the course for individualized instruction in order to meet each child’s unique needs. That’s why, when assessment is done right, it truly becomes “invisible.”
This webinar, hosted by Kai-leé Berke, former early childhood educator and Teaching Strategies’ CEO, will take a closer look at how “invisible assessment” can transform your daily practice and help to support positive outcomes for each child in your classroom.View On-Demand