Assessment in the Early Years
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What constitutes best practice in early years asseessment and moderation?
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neuroeducation, cognitive neuroscience, teaching, psychology, learning, pedagogy

neuroeducation, cognitive neuroscience, teaching, psychology, learning, pedagogy | Assessment in the Early Years | Scoop.it
This article explains how Mind, Brain, and Education (MBE) science combines perspectives from neuroscience, psychology and pedagogy that contribute to a better understanding of how humans learn, and consequently, how we should teach.

 

Similar to other evolutionary processes, MBE science drew from the dominant “genes” of its parents to produce a better-adapted being. That is, rather than including anything and everything that falls under the labels of education, neuroscience, and psychology as a whole, MBE science is a careful selection of only the best information that can inform the new science of teaching and learning.


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NECTAC: NECTAC: Recommended Practices for Assessment in Early Childhood Settings

NECTAC: NECTAC: Recommended Practices for Assessment in Early Childhood Settings | Assessment in the Early Years | Scoop.it
The NECTAC Web site provides information for early childhood programs funded under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, including state Early Intervention Programs for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities (Part C of IDEA), state...
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