How aligned are we? Assessment procedures and practices between early childhood and early intervention
Caulcutt, T., & Paki, V.A. (2011). How aligned are we? Assessment procedures and practices between early childhood and early intervention. Kairaranga, 12(1), 36-41.
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Early intervention and early childhood share a unique space in our early years education in Aotearoa/New Zealand. The assessment practices of the two are distinctively different and specific to each discipline. As assessment is a powerful agent for change and responsiveness to learners this article will unpack the reasoning behind these differences and consider the possibility of addressing a possible alignment through the early childhood curriculum Te Whariki (Ministry of Education, 1996).
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