Corpus ID: 18241975

Infant/toddler Assessment the Challenges of Assessing Infants and Toddlers One Program’s Experience

@inproceedings{Wickstrom2004InfanttoddlerAT,
  title={Infant/toddler Assessment the Challenges of Assessing Infants and Toddlers One Program’s Experience},
  author={S. Wickstrom},
  year={2004}
}
,-.,, / 0--1 ssessment of infants and toddlers in a center-based or home visiting program can be a challenging task. However, if educators are to make valid interpretations and good decisions about what to teach and how to teach it, they must assess all the children they teach, even the infants and toddlers. This article explores developmentally appropriate assessment for infants and toddlers, recognizing the challenges involved in this endeavor and outlining the benefits that can be realized… Expand

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