Children’s Developmental Level and Quality of Teaching

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The assessment provides the theoretical base for the behind children learning. First of all, it offers a profound theoretical description of domains, dimensions, and indicators (Teacherstone, n.d.). Such information allows a more efficient and structured estimation of interaction factors. Three main domains of teacher-children interactions are emotional, instructional types of support, and classroom organization (Teacherstone, n.d.). This knowledge determines the scope of the observation conducted in practice.

The quality of interpersonal interactions can be estimated through various methods. Unit 3 provides detailed examples of which problems can prevent appropriate decision-making (Cox et al., 2015). Moreover, the resource offers methods to overcome these difficulties. The environment of a child’s learning can be estimated based on the CLASS system data. The involvement of the teacher in the learning process and the quality of interactions can be measured through the cost-effective CLASS system methods (Teacherstone, n.d.). The children’s self-reports and objective observations can also be implemented.

From my perspective, the assessment can help develop the quality of education. The efficient systems and methods of assessments are vital in providing good connections and interactions between teachers and children. Efficient communication is one of the primary aspects of children’s learning. Therefore, the mentioned assessment methods may be helpful in integrating new innovational strategies and approaches to building communication. The general learning outcomes are vital to be researched efficiently due to their direct correlation with the learning outcomes.

The information learned from Unit 3 can be applied in future observations. The assessment system may increase the reliability of gained research results. Learned data can also be used in future research conducting. The theoretical and practical information will be highly relevant in exploring new topics and strategies in child education. Another option is to apply the assessment system in practice to evaluate the quality of teacher interaction with children.

References

Cox, J., Irwin, C., Kook, J., & Zweig, J. (2015). Data collection and use in early childhood education programs: Evidence from the Northeast Region. National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance.

Teacherstone. (n.d.). The Classroom Assessment Scoring System® (CLASS®): Promoting quality in early care and education settings across the country. Teacherstone.

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