teaching in early childhood programs

A teacher is concerned about monitoring the progress of individual children in the second-grade
classroom. What would be the best advice to give the teacher?
A. Give a test periodically to see if the children have achieved according to the standards set.
B. Use centers only for exploration and practice.
C. Develop a have-to center and ask children to check with the teacher once they've completed the tasks therein.
D. Use a participation chart periodically.


my answer is d.

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  1. I would choose C but your guess is as good as mine.

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