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This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
The most important consideration in the assessment of young children is the interrelationship between the child and the school.

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Question 2.
According to federal law, early intervention services should be delivered in a natural environment.

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Question 3.
Curriculum-based assessment allows comparison of one child's performance to that of others his or her age.

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Question 4.
Parents serve as equal partners with professionals on early childhood assessment teams.

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Question 5.
The letters IFSP stand for "Individualized Family Service Plan."

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Question 6.
Screening measures are used to find and address areas of disability in infants and young children.

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Question 7.
Criterion-referenced tests (CRTs) measure a child's performance or mastery of a skill or sequence of skills.

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Question 8.
The purpose of dynamic assessment is to gather information about family characteristics and family strengths and priorities.

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Question 9.
In a transdisciplinary play-based assessment, a team observes and evaluates the skills of a young child in the context of play.

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Question 10.
The assessment question related to readiness is: Does the child have the preacademic and behavioral skills that would facilitate learning in elementary school classrooms?

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