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Best Child Observation Techniques

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Here are some tips that will assist a childcare provider with observing their students.

Rated 6 points - posted 11 years ago by GBSage_Educator in category Kids.
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Read books about observation Report Abuse
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Seek the importance of observing Report Abuse
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Watch videos of teachers conducting observations Report Abuse
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Take a training on observation Report Abuse
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Find time to observe Report Abuse
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Look at what the child is doing Report Abuse
Are they playing with block? Drawing? Attempting to tie their shoe?
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Be objective Report Abuse
Record what you see not what you think.
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How is the child doing the action? Report Abuse
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What do you hear? Report Abuse
What is the child saying?
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Who else is involved? Report Abuse
Playing with friend?
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Where is the action taking place? Report Abuse
Classroom? Playground? Field Trip?
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How would you plan for the child individually? Report Abuse
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What did you learn? Report Abuse
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What questions do you have? Report Abuse
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Record it Report Abuse
Save your findings and talk it over with the childs parents.
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How can you take the child's individual plan and make it into a group plan? Report Abuse
Take one child's observation and makeit into a lesson plan!
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Have a conference with the parent Report Abuse
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