Teaching Young Children
Teachers’ knowledge of each child helps them to plan appropriately challenging environments and activities that are tailored to the children’s strengths and needs. Assessing children regularly is essential to build that individualized knowledge—and to identify children who may benefit from more specialized supports. This article offers practical tips for you to engage in systematic, observation-based assessment by keeping anecdotal records on each child.
Please use the publisher's recommended citation. https://www.naeyc.org/resources/pubs/tyc/oct2019/practical-strategies-teachers