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Assessments should not only measure the academic achievement of learners, but also their progress and growth over time. This shift in focus acknowledges that learners have different starting points in their academic journeys, and show that progress is essential and valuable (Hong & Moloney 2020).



Lily Kudzro

Masters Degree of Education in Educational Leadership.

I am an early childhood education consultant with a deep passion for practical teaching and have devoted my career to helping parents, preschool teachers and young children learn and develop during their formative years. I have accumulated over 10 years of professional experience working with teachers and young children in a variety of educational and non-profit settings. I focus on training preschool teachers and parents of children aged 0-8years old. I also help teachers and parents with implementing age-appropriate programs and interventions as well as developing the best strategies in managing challenging student behaviors, ensuring that each child receives the individual support and attention they need to thrive. 


Assessing a child's learning and development is an essential aspect of my work as an educator.

My assessment identity and philosophy are based on the principles of inclusive education, which involve understanding and accommodating the diverse needs of all learners (Council for Exceptional Children, 2018).

My assessment philosophy aligns with the belief that all children are unique and learn at their own pace. Therefore, assessments should not be used as a “one size fits all” approach, but rather should be tailored to meet the needs of each child. Inclusive assessment practices that are responsive to each child’s abilities, interests, and cultural background are necessary for supporting their learning and development (Buysse & Hollingsworth, 2018).


By using inclusive assessment practices, I believe that all children can experience success and reach their full potential.


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