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The Creative Curriculum Developmental Continuum Assessment System. Allen Brook Preschool Patricia Casey, ECSE. Act 62. As part of the Preschool Act 62 an assessment tool is required to be used by publically funded preschools.

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the creative curriculum developmental continuum assessment system

The Creative CurriculumDevelopmental Continuum Assessment System

Allen Brook Preschool

Patricia Casey, ECSE

act 62
Act 62
  • As part of the Preschool Act 62 an assessment tool is required to be used by publically funded preschools.
  • The Creative Curriculum assessment was chosen to be used in all of Chittenden County.
  • Allen Brook teachers received training in using the assessment in June 2009.
theory and research behind the creative curriculum
Theory and Research BehindThe Creative Curriculum
  • Maslow: Basic Needs and Learning
  • Erikson: The Emotions of Learning
  • Piaget: Logical Thinking and Reasoning
  • Vygotsky: Social Interaction and Learning
  • Gardner: Multiple Intelligences
  • Smilansky: The Role of Children’s Play in Learning
looking at objectives on a continuum
Looking at Objectives on a Continuum
  • It breaks down each objective so teachers can have realistic expectations as they plan.
  • It helps teachers observe and plan for all children.
  • It is strengths-based
  • It reveals a wealth of information to share with families
social emotional development
Social-Emotional Development
  • Social-emotional readiness is critical to a successful kindergarten transition, early school success, and even later accomplishments in the workplace
  • Characteristics include: confidence, friendly nature, can develop good relationships with peers, persists at challenging tasks, able to effectively communicate emotions, able to listen and be attentive
physical development
Physical Development
  • Physical skills are important in their own right and for future tasks in reading, writing, scientific explorations, and math, as well as for the development of self-confidence . Movement wakes up the brain!
  • Opportunities to move skillfully, manipulate objects, balance and control their bodies, and refine small muscle skills
cognitive development
Cognitive Development
  • Cognitive and thinking skills are embedded within literacy, math, science, social studies, the arts and technology
  • In the early childhood years, children are not only learning knowledge, skills and concepts, but also acquiring the “learn to learn” skills that are so important for future learning.
language development
Language Development
  • Children who have rich language and literacy experiences in preschool are more likely to develop strong language and literacy skills
  • The skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing develop interdependently in children
what to expect
What to Expect
  • 3 Progress Checkpoints
    • October, January and May
    • Parent Conference
    • Child Progress and Planning Report