Proceedings of The 5th World Conference on Research in Education
Assessing Student Learning
Anantdeep kaur, Sharanjeet singh
Early childhoo education and assessment of children is very essential tool which helps them in their growth and development. Techniques should be developed and tools should be created in this field as it is very important and learning phase of life. Some information and sources are included for student assessment .Assessment provides record of growth in all developmental areas cognitive, physical, Language, social-emotional and approaches to learning. As an early childhood educator, it very important to identify children who need special support and counseling to improve them because they are not mentally mature to discuss with the teacher their problems and needs. It is duty and responsibility of the educator to assess children from their body language, behavior and their routine actions about their skills that can improved and which can take them forward in their future life. And also children should be assessed with their weaker points because this the right time to correct them and they be improved with certain methods and tools by working on them constantly. Observing children regularly with all their facets of development, including intellectual, linguistic, social-emotional, and physical development. Every day, a physical education class should be regulated to check their physical growth activities, which can help to assess their physical activeness and motor abilities . when they are outside in the play grounds it is very important to instill environmental understanding among them so that they should know that they are very part of this nature and it will help them to be one with the universe rather than feeling themselves individual. This technique assists them to live their childhood with full of energy all the time.
All types of assessments have unique purposes. It is important t first determine what should be measured, then find the program that best assesses those.
keywords: Special needs, Motor ability, Environmental understanding, Physical development .