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Assessment in Early Childhood Settings: Learning Stories

by Carr M (Nz) SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
05/2001
ISBN:
9780761967934
Format:
Hbk 224 pages
Price:
AU$334.00 NZ$344.35
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A Folk Model of Assessment - and an Alternative
Learning Dispositions
Interest and Involvement
Persisting with Difficulty and Uncertainty
Communicating with Others and Taking Responsibility
Learning Stories
Describing
Discussing
Documenting
Deciding
The Learning Story

`I would recommend this book to practitioners interested in reflecting on their own practice and approach to assessment. The insights provided are thought-provoking and promote a practical and positive approach to early years assessment' - Early Talk



`This is an inspiring book from bilingual, bicultural New Zealand about revolutionizing the assessment of young children's learning and progress.... I hope this book inspires United Kingdom practitioners to set out on learning story journeys' - Nursery World



`I found Margaret Carr's book fascinating… the ideas and arguments put forward are well worth mulling over' - Early Years Educator



`This book manages to blend recognized theory and recent research with practice. I found it easy, and sometimes enjoyable, to read; it provided plenty of "food for thought" as well as references on "how to". I would recommend it to all early childhood practitioners, not just those considering their current assessment procedures, as the chapters focusing on the child as a learner are of value on their own' - Julia Browne, Goldsmiths Association for Early Childhood

Margaret Carr, University of Otago