Effective Educators: Assessment and Program Quality | March 17, 2021




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Effective Educators: Assessment and Program Quality

Learn about the connection between assessment and our role as educators. We must ensure that we observe and document what we learn about the children in our care. There are creative and effective ways to integrate assessment into our teaching practice. In addition to helping us provide individualized care for children, assessment also plays a role in the quality of our programs. Explore the relationship between program quality and assessment in this online class.

KCF: IV.A: Observing, Recording and Assessing Development


Wednesday, March 17, 2021

  • 6:30pm – 8:30pm CST


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Hannah Riddle de Rojas

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Hi there! My name’s Hannah, I’m a bilingual educator and trainer. I’ve been working in early childhood education for 10 years. Currently I work at the Center for Early Education and Development at the University of Minnesota. I have a B.S. in Child Psychology, B.A. in Spanish Studies and a Masters degree in Adult English as a Second Language Education. I love teaching on the topic of culture. Before working in education I worked as a medical interpreter and realized first hand how much culture affects our environments, interactions and development.


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