ASQ-SE in Practice
26 minute; DVD. Ages and stages questionnaires, social emotional (ASQ:SE).
Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.; 2004
This video gives an overview of emotional and social development and provides a thorough introduction to ASQ:SE. Viewers get an inside look at the screening system in practice as they watch a home visitor using ASQ:SE with the family of a 4-year-old boy.
WS 105.5 .E8 S744av 2004
228414829

Authentic Assessment: Observing Young Children I : The Eyes Have It
25 minutes; DVD
Magna Systems; 2004
This module explores a variety of authentic assessment techniques used in preschool settings to document the growth of young children in their classrooms. This documentation includes: observations, work samples, story dictation and pictures of young children within the context of their environment.
LB 1731.6 .A939 2004 Vol.2
314154962

Authentic Assessment: Observation Of Young Children II: Making The Connection
23 minutes; DVD
Magna Systems; 2004
Teachers and education coordinators demonstrate the system they use to collate the observational data on young children. A variety of portfolio systems are explored.
LB 1731.6 .A939 2004 Vol.3
56416053

Authentic Assessment: Parents: Our Most Important Resource
27 minutes; DVD
Magna Systems; 2004
This module emphasizes the importance of communicating with and respecting parents throughout the assessment process. A variety of progress reports designed for parents by the authors of different curriculum models are highlighted.
LB 1731.6 .A939 2004 Vol.4
56603435

Authentic Assessment: Setting The Stage
24 minutes; DVD (Authentic Assessment).
Magna Systems; 2004
The validity of Authentic Assessment techniques to chart children’s growth and development versus the use of standardized testing is discussed. Children are observed within the context of their play as well as their culture.
LB 1731.6 .A939 2004 Vol.1
56431982

Early Childhood Outcomes Scenarios
30 minutes; DVD. (Apples Video Magazine; No. 162)
Western Illinois University; 2008.
This Apples Magazine shows teams discussing children’s functioning in three outcome areas: 1. having positive social emotional skills, 2. acquiring and using knowledge and skills, and 3. taking appropriate action to meet one’s needs. These are the functional outcomes State Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education Preschool Programs must measure and report to the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs. The participant will view three team discussions, each featuring a different child, team, and outcome. All the teams shown on the video include parents. Discussion questions are provided at the end of each outcome discussion to help you think critically about what you have observed.
LC 4019.3 .E12 2008
255667434

Enhancing Observation and Data Collection Using Technology
30 minutes, DVD. (Apples Video Magazine; No. 162)
University Television, Western Illinois University; 2012.
This Apples Magazine features Brian Michalski and Gay Grounlund. Observation and documentation is a way for teachers to learn about their children and document each child’s progress over time. Discover ways to use various technologies to improve observation, documentation, assessment, and instructional practices.
LB 1139.23 .En39 2013
868313601

Play-based Screening: Looking At The Whole Child
60 minutes, DVD. (APPLES Magazine; no. 109).
Western Illinois University; 2001.
Featuring Kim Draper, Sharon Winnett & The Hillsboro Early Childhood Screening Team. This video covers play-based screening – from the decision to change to play-based to the actual screening process. Topics include preparations, the screening team, setting up the environment, the screening day begins, in the screening room, completing the screening process, referrals for further assessment, and the team meeting.
WS 105.5 .E8 P722r 2001
527686893

Voices: Insights from the Field – Child Assessment
59 minutes, DVD.
Exchange Press; 2011.
Offers practical ideas and insights from professionals in the field of early care and education who speak with the perspective that can only come from years of working with directors, teachers, young children, and their families. Interlaced with real-life classroom video, they provide a platform for staff development and training sessions.
LB 1131 .C4361 2011
701310416