Alaska Developmental Profile
all kindergarten students and only those 1st graders with no kindergarten experience must be assessed. Before completing this assessment, the state asks that each teacher spend four weeks observing the students and collecting preliminary data about the 13 indicators of readiness established by the state. Teachers are encouraged to complete an ADP for each student during the first four weeks of the academic year. Alaska state regulations require that a complete and final ADP be submitted online for all students by November 1st of each year. At the end of the four-week observation period, the teacher enters the scores
A selection of Family Resources are now available on the ADP Website.
ADP Family Guide- A family-friendly FAQ describing what the ADP is, how it is different from other assessments, and what skills the ADP is looking for.
Alaska Early Learning Guidelines- A continuum of child development from birth to school entry in each of the domains of physical well-being, health, & development, social & emotional development, approaches to learning, cognition & general knowledge, and communication, language & literacy.
Alaska Early Learning Activity Guides- A resource of activities that families can do in the home to promote the skills