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COURSE INFORMATION

COURSE TITLE Developmentally Appropriate Early Chlidhood Assessment Practices
CREDIT RANGE 3.000
SCHOOL School of Education
DEPARTMENT Educational Studies 
LEVEL Graduate
COREQUISITE none
PREREQUISITE ED 702 Minimum Grade of B and ED 703 Minimum Grade of B and ED 704 Minimum Grade of B
DESCRIPTION: Course Description: This course focuses on the role of assessment as an ongoing, collaborative process of gathering and interpreting objective information about young children's (birth to 8 years) behaviors and the social and physical environment to make decisions regarding appropriate services and supports. Assessment terminology and legal and ethical principles of assessment will be explored. An emphasis will be placed on developmentally appropriate assessment practices- including partnering with families- applying interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary teaming approaches throughout the assessment process, identifying appropriate assessment methods and tools for the decisions being made, and linking assessment to programming. A variety of formal and authentic assessment methods and tools will be explored and critiqued to determine their strengths and limitations in making decisions for children who are culturally, linguistically, and ability diverse. 10 hours of fieldwork is required.


SECTION INFORMATION

CRN: 40250
SUBJECT: ED
COURSE NUMBER: 712
SECTION TITLE: Developmentally Appropriate Early Chlidhood Assessment Practices
CAMPUS: Online
SCHEDULE TYPE: Lecture
REQUIRED MATERIAL: To Be Determined
SECTION COMMENTS: This is an online section that requires student's attendance and participation via Blackboard.
COREQUISITE None
FEES: 0
CAPACITY 30
SEATS AVAILABLE 0
INSTRUCTOR: Margaret Calabro
RESTRICTION(S):

Online

Online Type Date
BlackBoard 05/28/2019 - 07/13/2019