Learn how program leaders can use ongoing child assessment activities—Prepare, Collect, Aggregate and Analyze, and Use and Share—to support children's development and learning at different program levels.
Discover strategies to make assessments in home-based programs more collaborative and supportive of parent's knowledge of and role in their child's healthy development.
In this episode of Teacher Time, learn about the ongoing assessment process. Discover strategies for collecting, analyzing, and using data to inform and improve preschool teaching practices.
In this tip sheet, learn about ways to plan and implement ongoing assessment procedures and practices. Also, find relevant Head Start Program Performance Standards and resources.
Use these tip sheets to find ways to support grantee planning. Explore what to consider when implementing systems, policies, and practices around topics from developmental screening to home-based programs and more.
Explore these resources that provide information on using observation as part or your ongoing assessment of infants and toddlers.
Watch this 15-Minutes In Service Suite video and learn how to use assessment data to inform and adjust your teaching practice.
The partnership between parents and staff is fundamental to children's current and future success in school readiness and beyond. Discover how programs can share information with families about children's learning and progress toward school readiness outcomes.
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 provides an overview of the role ongoing assessment plays in supporting quality teaching and learning.