• Observing Young Children
    interact with adults and other children; * about friendships and dynamics within groups; * how they approach learning, for example, their attitudes and learning styles; * which areas of provision and activities they choose to access regularly; * about patterns in behaviour. Observation...
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  • the importance of observations in education
    their individual needs as they may require specific support such as speech and language therapy. Beaver et al (2007) explain how observations help the adult to understand the child as an individual as well as a chance to provide information about the child to the parents or any adults who have...
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  • Human Behaviour
    not provide the right data for from which I could draw up an accurate conclusion. Predictions: I predict that children and adolescents will follow their urges more than adults, who have had more time to learn how to suppress their animalistic instincts. Observation 1a: How do...
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  • Unit Cyp Core 3.4 Support Children and Young People's Health & Safety
    Photographs are another observation that can be used, this is very popular with parents and careers as they feel they are involved with their child’s setting and they get to see what their child was doing. Older children and young adults can participate as well by taking the pictures or recording...
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  • Child Deve
    another child can put together a jigsaw without adults help. Summary: TC shows in this observation that she can use her pincer grasp very well as she is making jigsaws and is using a pencil. TC also shows that she can use her gramer grasp when she feeds herself with the spoon...
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  • dddds
    childhood and depending on how well the child copes with each of these stages, their adult personality will be affected. This influences current practise as Freud’s observations into the link between our unconscious actions and our mind are still seen as beneficial. Psychoanalytic – Freud...
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  • The Joggers in Peyups
    | 166 | 48 | 6 | 6 | 129 | 11 | The table above shows a summary of the accessories recorded per gender and age bracket. Adults have the most number of accessories recorded while teens have the least. The following charts shall show the results of observations among joggers and the accessories they...
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  • safegaurding
    working and follow children’s interests. When observing JC, I removed the adult directed task of selected shapes. This allowed JC to select those she was interested in. This is a simplified example of the adult adjusting the plan to suit the needs of the child. Analysis of observations When we...
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  • child development
    November 2013 Time observation started and finished: 9.30-2.00 (4.5 hours) Number of children present: 3 Number of adults present: 2 (1 parent and 1 student) observer Permission obtained from: Parent Description of Setting: The observation took place in the comfort of TC’s home The child’s home is...
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  • E10 Bibliography
    says “yes I lick to draw my mum, dad, sister & my baby brother”. According my observation 3 she said to adult “look at my shapes” & also she said to another child “lots of biscuit for dolls birthday”. (E9) Physical development: According to observation 2 of “S “is physical skills showed she was...
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  • Child Observation, Early Years/Childcare
    Observation: Sam and child T are playing in the garden in the ‘shop’. Child T is holding some crayons and Sam has some chalk and crayons. ‘what are you doing Sam?’ asks the adult. ‘I am counting the monies’ says Sam. ‘Where did you get the money from?’ asks the adult, ‘from ****’ (child...
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  • Observation
    skills to seek adult attention to show what she has made when she says: “It’s finished looked, it’s cooked now I made a cake”. Fantasy shows she has good communication skills all the way through the observation she shows she knows meaning of what she says when she says: “Yes, we can’t eat with dirty...
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  • Observations
    - Adult attending Pair/p- Playing parallel with another child not interacting Pair//- “ “ Oxford observation activity and language codes TC- Target child C1,C2- Other children A- Adult (- Speaks to - talking, whispering, mumbling to each other Oxford Observation Rules...
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  • Research Report- Piaget's Theory
    participants have been made regarding observations such as how many different groups were made, characteristics that the participant based their groupings on, and important observations made on their responses. Data Observed | Child 1 | Adult 1 | Total Number of groups made | 7 | 13 | Number of...
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  • Research
    parents helps in the development of friendship among children. 3. Friendship is achieved mainly in places where children are been educated such as church or schools. In other to achieve my aim, I have to carry out a research on children and adults, and these adults are going to be teachers...
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  • Observation of Intelligences in Efl Class
    OBSERVATION OF INTELLIGENCES According to my observations of a class that consist of both adults and young learners, I’ve come to notice some intelligences being used as a group as well as individually. Some children are more accustomed to learning from peers than from adults. Cared for and...
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  • Child Observations
    Observation 1 Checklist method “TC” – Target child Child observation details Date of observation: 28th December 2011 Time observation started: 19:30 pm Time observation finished: 20:00 pm Number of children present: 1 Number of adults present: 2 Permission obtained...
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  • Love
    Developing Child: Observation Guidebook 9 Guide to Observations (continued) # 14 Observation Relating to Adults To extend the comparisons from this observation, have students observe once in a structured setting (circle time, storytelling, etc.) and the second time in an unstructured setting...
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  • Describe What Montessori Meant by ‘New Education’.
    child’s mind ‘the sensitive period’ is studied, as it is when the child is introduced to the New Education, which will help him to turn into a happy adult that would contribute positively to the society. A conclusion is made at the end of the essay by taking into account all the observations and...
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  • Whitney Davis
    counted. The selection process is the most difficult part of the observation project. II. Theory Statement of relationship or cause and effect. (Examples: Adults tend to avert their gaze when meeting another adult while walking in a public place. More males will pick up money from the ground...
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