Competencies of infant and toddler teachers and caregivers: A compendium of measures
In this compendium, we describe the results of a scan of competency-aligned measures. The purpose of this compendium is to offer the early childhood education field a sense of existing options for assessing competencies for I/T teachers and caregivers who work in group care settings (centers and family child care homes). The measures included in this compendium were identified through prior activities undertaken for the ITTCC project, including the scan of existing competency frameworks and the literature review, and based on additional expert input. For each measure, we developed a profile that includes key information about the focus of the measure and how it has been or can be used. Although these profiles are not exhaustive, they include important information about the specific competencies the measures address and how they have been used to assess the competencies of I/T teachers and caregivers. (author abstract)
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