Assessing Quality in the Early Years: Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale : Extension (ECERS-E), Four Curricular Subscales
The Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale Extension (ECERS-E) has been developed by Kathy Sylva, Iram Sraj-Batchford and Brenda Taggart as an instrument to measure quality in literacy, numeracy, science and diversity, as observable in pre-school settings.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
5.2 Children agreement assessment Autumn 1999 Price Average Subscale Score Book and literacy child Childhood Environment Rating Children are encouraged children's attention Code cognitive progress correlation D D 5.1 D D developmental discussion dolls and displays Early Childhood Environment early number concepts ECERS-R and ECERS-E Effective Provision emergent writing encourage children English Extension Environment Rating Scale Environmental print EPPE study Excellent 7 Item food preparation Foundation Stage Gamesley groups ice cubes Inadequate 1 Minimal indicators insect habitat Institute of Education inter-rater reliability Item Inadequate items scored language levels literacy areas matching Natural materials needs Number of items outcomes parents planning Pre-School Education EPPE predictive validity Principal components analysis Provision of Pre-School Race Equality range Reading and writing Reliability and validity Sammons Science Activities Science and Environment Science processes scored YES setting Siraj-Blatchford social interaction Sounds in words Sylva Tech Thomas Coram University of London YN YN YN