Choose from the following:
naturalistic participant orientation evaluation
developmentally appropriate assessment
developmentally appropriate assessment.
Authentic assessment, as defined by Neisworth, Bagnato, and Stephen (2004), is the systematic collection of information about the naturally occurring behaviors of young children and families in their daily routines. I am most comfortable evaluating young children using authentic assessment as it uses observations and portfolios which provide first-hand information about a child's performances and so they enable the development of appropriate programs to meet the child's physical, social, and ...
The solution explains why Authentic Assessment is good in early childhood education. References included.