A comprehensive review of the issues involved in assessing children from birth to eight years, with and without disabilities.
This comprehensive guide provides an overview of the broad scope of approaches and instruments—grounded in research-based and recommended practices—for assessing children from birth to eight years, with or without disabilities. It guides readers in preparing to assess young children in a variety of settings, including inclusive environments, blending early childhood and early childhood special education. Students learn about assessment issues--from basic observation and other foundational practices to the complexities of referring children for special education or early intervention evaluation. The focus throughout is on working with interdisciplinary teams to serve a diverse population of children. The new Fifth Edition features a “Cultural Connections” section in each chapter clarifying applications of the topic with children from diverse cultural backgrounds. Particular attention is paid to English learners.
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