Explore these resources that provide information on using observation as part or your ongoing assessment of infants and toddlers.
These are tools for learning about a child. They provide information about each child's interests, strengths, and needs. Screening gives a picture of whether the child's development is on track. Assessment is an ongoing process which provides information about development over time. Observation, watching a child in order to learn about her, is a part of assessment. When there is a concern about a child's development, early intervention providers do an evaluation.
Explore this guide that describes how the CLASS ™ relates to school readiness, and how using it to collect and apply data, including case studies that show how programs have applied CLASS ™ for support and improvement.
Watch this 15-Minutes In Service Suite video, which describes how to use ongoing assessment data when teaching children with disabilities.
This in-service suite describes ways in which administrators can support teaching staff in conducting ongoing assessment of child progress.
This in-service suite shows simple ways teachers can develop and use checklists to collect data on child progress.
Watch this 15-Minutes In Service Suite video and learn how to use assessment data to inform and adjust your teaching practice.
This in-service suite describes how to collect and use anecdotal records to document child progress.
There are many ways teachers can use video in a classroom. Explore this in-service suite to learn how to use it to collect information to document child progress.
Watch this webinar that discusses how to integrate data from assessments into daily experiences working with infants and toddlers.