Outputs of the Project

The project outputs are available in four languages (Czech, Slovak, Hungarian, English). More than 4,500 printed copies of the project outputs have been distributed among kindergartens in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. All outputs are also available for free download on the project website http://www.goodstarttoschool.eu in the “Project Outputs” section.

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The diagnostic and evaluation tool is intended for the continuous recording and evaluation of the education progress of the child in kindergarten, or rather of the development of the child’s key competences. It meets the practical requirements for monitoring and recording during the entire length of the child’s kindergarten attendance. The results of the evaluation of the child can be recorded in a flexible manner in line with the preference of the individual teacher.


This handbook for kindergarten teachers contains information on the diagnostic and evaluation tool PREDICT, including instructions on how to work with the PREDICT tool in both its printed and electronic form. The publication introduces to the teacher the diagnostic methods used in kindergarten, it deals with the communication between the kindergarten and the parents, and it provides numerous examples from practice, as well as practical samples in the form of annexes.


This guide through the evaluation of the child in a clear and understandable manner introduces to the parents how kindergarten teachers work with children on their social-emotional development using the PREDICT toll, and how beneficial cooperation and good-quality communication between the kindergarten and the parents is for the development of the child.


The electronic version of the evaluation and diagnostic tool PREDICT allows for simple visualization of the measured results, and for a clear and easy-to-follow presentation of the results for the individual child, as well as for the entire class in the Excel format. The visualization of the results is an effective tool that can be used in the conversation of the teacher with the parent, or in consultation hours.


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