Process Introduction / Introducción al proceso
What is a Moment?
Have you ever been eager to know how children behave in the process of learning and growing up? Have you been struggling with how to assess the skill level of your students? Today, we will demystify children's skills assessment for you!
Through the process evaluation of time traces, we can fully understand the child's skill development. In fact, skills assessment is not complicated, just need to record the relevant marks of children and skills in the system.
First of all, we can take pictures, videos or text descriptions to record observation notes, observe children's behavior and performance in different situations, such as class participation, problem-solving ability and social interaction, etc., to evaluate their performance in different fields skills and creativity to better interpret individual behaviors of children. Then, select areas such as language, art, science, health and learning quality in the assessment framework, and mark one or more skills for each child to ensure that all important skills are covered in the assessment. The most important thing is to choose assessment tools that are appropriate for the child's age and developmental level.
Through the above steps, we can easily complete the skill evaluation by scoring each skill of each child. This process is not difficult, as long as you follow the steps step by step, you will get an accurate children's skill evaluation report.
Skills assessment is only one part of a child's learning process, education also includes aspects such as developing creativity, critical thinking, social-emotional skills and practical skills in children. Therefore, assessments should consider these different areas together to get a complete picture of a child's development. At the same time, we look forward to your active participation and sharing your ideas and experiences with us. If you want to know more about the operation and application of the children's observation and evaluation system, please check other chapters of the system learning. Thank you for watching！