Bridging: Assessment for Teaching and Learning in Early Chilhood Classrooms, Pre K-3

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Corwin Press, Jun 8, 2007 - Education - 333 pages
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Bridging blends curriculum planning, implementation, and assessment in one seamless process, providing a practical, performance-based approach to early childhood assessment. The authors have developed 15 activities across five curricular areas with guidelines for implementing, interpreting, and "bridging" observations of children to classroom teaching practices.--[book cover]

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Assessing the Content of Childrens Learning
Assessing the Process of Childrens Learning
Activity as the Unit of Analysis in Bridging Assessment

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Chen is an Associae Professor of Child Development and Early Education at Erikson Institute.

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