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Different Methods Of Child Assessment

In measuring the growth and progress of a child, there are many ways to approach child assessment. These methods can be formal or informal. Informal methods of child assessment include conducting natural observations and recording data from the child’s work, making use of the teacher’s appraisals, and educator’s remarks. Formal means of child assessment consists of the use of standardized tests and giving out questionnaires. Information gathered by both methods of child assessment is useful and can help the parents know the success rate of their child. Data collected in a child’s แบบ ประเมิน พัฒนาการ (which is the term in Thai)  also gives the educator an idea of what to give the child and how to customize the child’s curriculum and activities in this article we shall elucidate on the various methods of child assessment and how they can benefit parents and educators.

Methods Of Child Assessment

Monitoring And Observing

This form of assessment can be made without making any apparent changes in a child’s activities. Educators and teachers can observe all sources of learning and development of the child, such as physical development, linguistic social, and intellectual daily.

Data Portfolio

Is done by collecting the data over the child’s work over a while. The progress of the child is displayed in this data, which is an essential tool in knowing the development rights of a child and can give parents and teachers information as regards the child’s growth.

Educators Ratings

This is another vital method of assessing a child’s พัฒนาการ เด็ก ปฐมวัย (which is the term in Thai) rate. In this method, standardized testing and various formal assessment tools are used. This method has proved helpful in measuring the social development and language abilities of a child.

Parents Ratings

Parents should be integrated into the assessment process of the child. This involves parents having a close observation and listening to their child to know the extent to which the child develops, his behavior, and other important information concerning the child.