At Universal, we do not necessarily view assessments as the sole measure of a child’s potential. In a rapidly evolving educational environment, methods and techniques need to match the need of the hour. To achieve our greater goals, we prefer an approach that considers both sides of the coin.
At this tender age careful attention is paid to a child’s likes and dislikes.
This minute observation is recorded in detail and provided as a report to parents on a term wise basis.
The assessment serves a dual purpose:
- Offers an indication of the strengths and weaknesses of each child to the teacher so that she may further fine tune the instructional programme
- Offers you feedback about your child’s abilities, likes and dislikes
- Our assessment includes a formal written document that traces minute details across all the areas of development. This is shared with you twice a year.
- In order to arrive at this assessment, the teacher makes detailed observation on a regular and periodic basis.
- This kind of assessment recognizes the uniqueness of each learner and allows for differences in styles and rates of learning.
- This assessment utilizes an array of tools and a variety of processes including, collections of representative work [artwork, stories], records of systematic observation by teachers, records of conversation and interviews with children.