ASSESSMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 7Th Ed SUE C – TEST BANK

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CHAPTER 5

CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT AND DOCUMENTATION

Suggested Assessment Activities

Short Essay Questions

  1. Discuss the purposes of classroom assessments with examples of how they can be helpful to understanding young children’s development and academic progress.
  2. Compare the advantages and disadvantages of classroom assessment.
  3. Define documentation and describe how you would use it for planning instruction.

 

True and False

  1. Teacher-conducted classroom assessments can provide more specific information about each student’s knowledge and skills related to classroom instruction.
  2. Teacher made groupings of children should remain the same throughout the school year.
  3. Teachers should conduct additional classroom assessments on children who are English Language Learners.
  4. Formative assessment in a final evaluation of what a child knows.
  5. Summative assessment is an ongoing evaluation of what a child knows.
  6. Classroom assessments can help teachers understand emergent literacy development of young children.
  7. A disadvantage of classroom assessments is that they are too specific.
  8. Documentation strategies were first used in the Reggio Emilia approach.

 

Multiple Choice

  1. Documentation of infants and toddlers should focus on
  2. Visual samples of their mistakes so parents can work on them
  3. Conversations and verbal interactions with adults and peers
  4. A & B
  5. None of the above
  6. Documentation of young children’s learning and development is important because
  7. It provides details about what they know and their approaches to learning
  8. Children can actively participate
  9. Parents can easily understand children’s progress
  10. All of the above

 

  1. One of the major disadvantages of classroom assessments is
  2. They provide too much detail
  3. They do not involve the children enough
  4. They are very time consuming
  5. All of the above
  6. The flexibility of classroom assessments is an advantage because
  7. It provides standard scores that align with classroom instruction
  8. The teacher can align the assessment with classroom instruction
  9. Both A & B
  10. None of the above
  11. Classroom assessments encourage children to
  12. Memorize exact test answers
  13. Avoid active learning
  14. Produce knowledge, rather than to reproduce knowledge
  15. None of the above

 

 

Assignment Assessments

  1. Use documentation to understand a child’s development in more depth. Select two children who are similar in age (e.g., two toddlers or two preschoolers) and implement the same activity with each one individually. Use documentation to record the interactions, skills, and progress of one child but not the other. What insights did you gain from using documentation?

 

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