Meaningful Assessments Of The Young Child: Celebrating Development And Learning by Margaret B. PuckettMeaningful Assessments Of The Young Child: Celebrating Development And Learning by Margaret B. Puckett

Meaningful Assessments Of The Young Child: Celebrating Development And Learning

byMargaret B. Puckett, Janet K. Black

Paperback | February 28, 2007

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This book is not for the “tired and timid” but for those committed professionals who wish to think through a plan that is coherent, cohesive, learner- and family-focused, and work through the development of a defensible (reliable and valid) authentic assessment system. Discusses emerging research in the area of brain development research and its implication for assessment practices. Provides information on the “standards movement” and how these standards can have either a negative or positive impact on developmental goals. Adds a developmental continuum as an appendix to help teachers focus on emerging development rather than on perceived deficits in children. Provides an added chapter on portfolio systems. Places more emphasis on the discussions of diversity and inclusion. For educators and school administrators.
Title:Meaningful Assessments Of The Young Child: Celebrating Development And LearningFormat:PaperbackDimensions:360 pages, 10 × 8 × 0.9 inPublished:February 28, 2007Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0132237598

ISBN - 13:9780132237598

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Table of Contents

PART I            Overview of Meaningful Assessments of Young Children

 

Chapter 1        Assessment of Young Children: Striving for Meaningful Practices

Chapter 2        The Big Picture: Development, Diversity, and Standards

 

PART II           Components of a Meaningful Assessment System

 

Chapter 3        A Planning Format for Meaningful Assessment I: Formal Assessments of Young Children

Chapter 4        A Planning Format for Meaningful Assessment II: Informal Assessments of Young Children

Chapter 5        Portfolio Development and Assessment

Chapter 6        Collaborating with Young Children to Promote Their Self-Assessment and Learning

Chapter 7        Collaborating with Families to Promote Meaningful Assessments

 

PART III          Completing the Picture: Shared Responsibilities for Child Outcomes

 

Chapter 8        Making Readiness Assessment Meaningful

Chapter 9        Program Evaluation: An Essential Component of a Meaningful Early Childhood Assessment System

 

Appendixes A-G