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Transcript of HighScope COR
COR PRESENTED BY: Infant &Toddler COR KANDI NORTON Observation Items
Anecdote Form Book
Family Report Form PRESCHOOL COR SAMPLES Of HighScope COR What does COR Stand for? Child Observation Record HISTORY OF COR Validity & Reliability of COR Cost of Tool? View the Fall 2012-2013 Catalog
http://www.highscope.org/Content.asp?ContentId=389 Advantages of COR The process of gathering data for completing
a COR assessment generally takes place over a period of weeks or months and requires no change in the children’s daily routine.
The COR facilitates the planning process.
Ask yourself 3 questions?
• What did we see children doing today?
• What do their actions tell us about them?
• How can we provide materials and interact
with children to support their play
and learning tomorrow? Disadvantages of COR Assessment tools are expensive
Lots of paper work
According to a group on Front page Conclusion Does this tool focus on language/literacy, social emotional, or the whole child (all areas of development)? Hard Copy
http://secure.highscope.org/productcart/pc/viewCategories.asp?pageStyle=m&ProdSort=19&page=2&idCategory=209&viewAll=yes No grade is assigned Just objectively observe the child! The HighScopes model's development began in 1962 with the HighScope Perry Preschool program in Ypsilanti, Michigan with principal Eugene Beatty.
In the late 50's Special education director David Weikart was concerned that easily identifiable children were failing in school or dropping out. Seeking changes in the school that did not take place he turned to the preschool years as a way of reaching children before they fell into the traditional school patterns. The National Education Goals Panel (1988) noted that "the younger the child, the more difficult it is to obtain reliable and valid assessment data.