Assessment of Child Progress: A Guide to the NAEYC Early Childhood Program Standard and Related Accreditation Criteria
Sharon Ritchie, Barbara A. Willer
NAEYC Accreditation, Jan 1, 2005 - Accreditation (Education) - 72 pages
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Table of Contents
Section 3What Does the Assessment of Child Progress Standard Mean
Section 4What Do You Need to Do for SelfStudy?
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Accreditation Criteria Criterion age group appropriate assessment assessment information assessment methods Assessment of Child assessment practices assessment process assessment results assessment tools Atkins-Burnett behaviors checklists child assessment Child File Child Progress Standard Childhood Program Standards children's abilities children's development children's interests children's learning Classroom Portfolio cognitive Communicating with Families curriculum goals development and learning developmental screening document early childhood education early childhood intervention Early Childhood Program Emerging Practice Family Survey home language identify children implementation individual child individual children informal assessment interests and needs kindergarten meet Meisels ment multiple NAECS/SDE NAEYC Accreditation Criteria NAEYC Early Childhood norm-referenced tests Number observation on-site assessment Portfolio CP preschool professional program evaluation program improvement Program Portfolio program staff Related NAEYC Accreditation sampling screening instruments self-study skills special needs standardized tests strategies teachers teaching practices teaching staff toddlers/twos topic areas valid X X X X X Yes Yes young children