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Case studies can be more effective than other assessment methods in capturing important information about children from historically underrepresented groups. Why might this be? What items in a case study might allow a clinician to have a more nuanced understanding of a child's particular circumstances?
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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Suggested Responses: For this response, students should list a number of items, ideally both quantitative and qualitative. Furthermore, they should describe items that highlight the child's strength and weaknesses. An adequate answer might include quantitative assessments showing the students' cognitive ability, copies of the child's artwork or stories, and anecdotal reports and videos that document the difficulty that the child has playing with others. Students could also suggest quantitative methods such as time sampling or event sampling that would allow a teacher to record the frequency of aggressive behaviors.
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