Frog Street AIM Observational Assessment for children ages birth to five is a teacher-friendly tool designed to guide a child’s progress toward kindergarten readiness using evidence-based continuous progress monitoring.
AIM OBSERVATIONAL OFFERS INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES TO HELP TEACHERS AND CHILDREN SUCCEED
AIM Observational Assessment is a turnkey solution that provides continuous monitoring tools, differentiated instructional strategies, activities and online guided support – all in one easy-to-navigate, reliable system.
AIM has defined and operationalized 60 Learning Progressions which are signifiers of knowledge and skills essential for kindergarten within the domains of social-emotional, language, cognitive, and physical development. These signifiers, or “learning progressions,” emerge at infancy or toddlerhood and continue to develop in complexity and scope into the kindergarten year.
Over 200 strategies and activities for differentiating instruction provide developmentally-appropriate adaptations and suggestions to help teachers guide children’s learning.
The AIM Observational Assessment is aligned to state and program standards, including the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework (HSELOF) and the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) Early Learning Outcomes.
The AIM Observational Assessment is aligned to Frog Street Curriculums (Pre-K, Threes, Toddler, and Infant), providing seamless delivery of instruction and assessment across all age ranges, from birth to 5. Additionally, the AIM Observational Assessment can be utilized with your current curriculum.
The Frog Street AIM Observational Assessment provides analytical reports of each child’s developmental progress. Easily generated reports provide reliable data on progress, class averages, and organizational achievement summaries.
In order to ensure that AIM Observational Assessment is the right platform for your early childhood program, Frog Street offers demonstrations of the assessment process. Contact Frog Street to learn more and request a demonstration.
To implement the AIM Observational Assessment data platform in your early childhood program, all you need is a computer with access to the Internet.
Here are the basic requirements:
Computer, Laptop, Tablet or Mobile Device
Current Internet Browser (Chrome is the preferred browser for optimal performance)
Current Operating System (Windows Home or Professional editions for PC, or Apple OS for MacBooks)
Contact Frog Street or your organization’s IT support if you have any technology questions or concerns on implementing AIM in your early childhood program.
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