The ELOM 4&5 Years Assessment is a standardised tool that measures performance across five key developmental domains for children aged 50 to 59 months and 60 to 69 months:
The tool provides a reliable and fair assessment of children regardless of their socio-economic and ethnolinguistic background. Content, construct, age, and concurrent validity (with the WPSSI-IV), as well as test-retest reliability, have been established.
The relationship between age and learning gains (maturation effect) has also been investigated, and can thus be used as a counterfactual against which to evaluate programme gains.
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