Three-dimension Development Assessment

Development assessment, observation, and eye-tracking assessment are adopted for a complete understanding of an individual.

Developmental assessment involves the measure of a child’s physical, social-emotional, cognitive, and language skills that allow continued maturation, learning, and function in society. Developmental assessment is used to observe functional ability in children and to identify any deviations from the norm.

Child Observation is the method of watching, listening, asking questions, documenting, and analyzing the observed words and actions of children as they interact with their surroundings and other people. Proper observation in childcare is crucial in helping educators and parents address the needs of early childhood development.

Eye tracking is the technique used to record and measure child’s eye movements. It tracks the eye movements, so that we may identify what that child is looking at. This technique has been a common assessment tool for cognitive and social development.