Speaking of struggling…are you struggling to figure out “what’s your what?”
Then check out table 3.2 from a [chapter] titled, “Identifying Outcomes for Children in Blended Early Childhood Classrooms. The Table includes more information and examples of “what’s your what” when children struggle and/or development and learning have stalled.
This chapter is also found under the “flipped learning” resources for Module 4. The chapter is from our text, “Blended Practices for Teaching Young Children in Inclusive Settings (2nd ed.)“, which is shared with permission by Brookes Publishing and my co-authors.
Additionally, check out the Big Ideas for Early Learning. Although originally designed to align to Ohio Early Learning Standards, the Big Ideas are widely applicable to most state standards, curricular goals, and developmental milestones. The Big Ideas can help as you think about “what’s you what”, and thus where children may be struggling in relation to common outcomes. See as well this this Math Version of the Big Ideas to see how they can relate to common mathematics outcomes.