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...Questionnaire/ Social and Emotional and the Desired Results Developmental Profile. As, a previous Preschool Teacher I am familiarized with both of the tools. The Stages and Ages Questionnaire/ Social and Emotional Assessment is based on the parents and teachers answering questions to evaluate a child’s behavior and social interactions. Underlining Erikson’s theory of the importance of society on how it can affect an individual both emotionally and socially. It is used as a helping guide to further assist students whose score is not within the normal range. The Desired Results Development Profile is to assess students overall development in the following domains: emotional, socially, physically, and cognitively. The domains correlate to Erikson’s stages of psychosocial development products of interactional experiences between each person and this world (Tribe, 1982).
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