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INFORMAL ASSESSMENT OF YOUNG CHILDREN

2014 Fall Term

3 Units

Education Interdepartmental 333

This class is designed to assist students in acquiring skills related to informal assessment. These skills include: the ability to use a variety of observation strategies, to apply funnctional assessment strategies, use play-based and other criterion-referenced instruments, develop and implement program evaluation strategies. Additionally the student will acquire the ability to link assessment results to IEP/IFSP formation, and the ability to use assessment results to develop differentiated instruction, the ability to write summary reports for school files, and to communicate in writing and verbally, assessment results to parents and to other professionals. Prereq: Successful completion of all prior Early Childhood Education classes.

Other Requirements: PREREQ: ADMISSION TO PROFESSIONAL ED AND EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAM

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Section Details Meeting Details & Topic Instructor Syllabus
 
01-DIS 2694
3 Units
09/03 - 10/24 (8W1) Sa 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Lisa Krejcarek
WH2005WH2005 ECE4U
09/03 - 10/24 (8W1)
Lisa Krejcarek
WEB BASED ECE4U
Face to face meetings occur on 9/13, 10/04/10/25. The remainder of this course is web-based $150 special course fee in addition to tuition. Students must be admitted to the ECE4U cohort program; contact Anne Tillett tilletta@uww.edu.

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