Child Observation Report

  • Child Observation

    Zenith- a highest point or state; culmination. The water was at its zenith of boiling. 1. Allegory- a representation of an abstract or spiritual meaning through concrete or material forms; figurative treatment of one subject under the guise of another. The book was allegory; it had weird writings on it that meant something. 2. Colloquial- characteristic of or appropriate to ordinary or familiar conversation rather than formal speech or writing; informal. They had a family nice colloquial

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  • Child Observation Report

    Child Observation Report Lecturer: Dr. Stephanie L. Knight Observer: Afra Mohamed Taha Observant: 3-4 year old boy Topic: Entire Observation Setting: Airport. A family consists of a father, a mother, three daughters and a son. Goal: Observing the boy to see his entire behavior, in addition to his reaction to reinforcement and punishment. Time: 52 minutes Method used: Systematic

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    teachers do well to think of a child’s age in terms of months rather than years. They understand that young children are just beginning to learn difficult life skills that may take a lifetime to master. 3. A partnership between the teacher, the child, and the family is necessary for guidance to be effective. Beyond Discipline to Guidance / 19 CHAPTER 4 The Guidance Premise: Family–Teacher Partnerships / 36 CHAPTER 5 Using Guidance to Build an Encouraging Classroom: Beyond Time-Out / 62 CHAPTER

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    Observation The student is considered a novice as an observer of children. The student observes children to gain practice and understanding in child development. Students have an obligation to protect children and respect school personnel. Observers are usually visitors in the classroom. The observer must keep in mind that they are a disruption to the regular processes in the classroom and they should respect the classroom teacher’s direction. The protection of the child’s rights in

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  • Child Observation

    \ Dyslexia Basic Dyslexia is a language learning disability. The earliest clues mostly spoke language. The very first clue to a language and reading problem may be delayed language. Once the child being to speak there’s different ways to see if the child has learning problems and difficulties with rhyming, phonemic awareness and ability to read common one syllable words. The cause of dyslexia it’s not clear but anatomical and brain and studies show differences in the dyslexic person functions

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  • Observation

    Name: Unknown Sex: Female Age: 10 yrs. Academically Proficient Teacher Observation: Student is a 10 year old female who comes to school regularly and is academically on grade level. However, she occasionally comes to school smelling of urine, exhausted and is socially withdrawn from most of her peers. She spends most of her free time reading books in the book corner. Student seldom talks about home and refuses to explain her body odor. Student has expressed concern in regards to her

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  • Child Observation

    Child Observation Irais Carranza BSHS 361 October 01, 2012 Cheryl J. Babb Child Observation When a single parent has to do double the job because the other half is not there it can be exhausting even stressful. While at the park I observed a mother with two little kids around the ages of two and a new born; it seemed as if she was asking for help but did not know how to express it in words. The two year old was inpatient he wanted everything his way no matter what she did to calm him down

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  • Observation

    travel to different places out side of his or her home. He or she will encounter many different types of people and different experiences. When this happens, the opportunity becomes available to observe his or her surroundings. I wanted to do the observation experiment at a place I find to be very interesting, it was a Tattoo Shop. This was a place that I felt was on the same standers as a mall and it was also a place that I visited and thought that it would be interesting to observe the people in my

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    Group Observation On Wednesday, September 25, I did an observation at Mastery Charter Smedley Elementary School. During my time there I would be observe a group of four students name Mike, Chris, Leslie and Tiffany. What I would be looking for throughout my observation is appearance, verbal behavior and interaction, physical behavior and gestures and who stand out the most. Mike – Observation Mike is an African-American, boy around the age of nine or ten dark brown skin with curly hair

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  • Observation of the Child at Play

    Observation of the Child at Play On Friday I spent the morning with Jacob who is six years one month old at College America. The morning began with a physical assessment and an interview of Jacob, and the afternoon I was able to observe him at play. Jacob is in first grade and he is the oldest child in his family with a younger brother and a younger sister. After doing a physical assessment and an interview with Jacob he appears to be an overall healthy and happy child with no obvious physical

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    FIELDNOTES: A GUIDE FOR RESEARCHERS Fieldnotes: "The observations written by a researcher at a research site, during an interview, and throughout the data collection process" (FW, 501). I. REQUIREMENTS Much of the hard work of ethnography happens in the observations and fieldnotes. At times, you’ll feel as though it’s tedious to take fieldnotes; however, taking detailed notes gives you a set of data from which to look for patterns and ideas. In order to complete your field notes successfully

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  • Observation of the Child at Play

    Home Page » Other Topics Observation of the Child at Play In: Other Topics Observation of the Child at Play Observation of the Child at Play On Friday I spent the morning with Jacob who is six years one month old at College America. The morning began with a physical assessment and an interview of Jacob, and the afternoon I was able to observe him at play. Jacob is in first grade and he is the oldest child in his family with a younger brother and a younger sister. After

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  • Child Observation Paper

    Hearing in Infants Ages Birth to 12 Months: Child Growth and Development Tamesha Robinson Collin College Child Growth and Development TECA 1354 Professor Susy A Mathews Associate Faculty Office SCC B-103 or Child Development Lab School Spring Creek Campus Development of Hearing in the Womb Infants sense of hearing under goes most of its development

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    How to Write a Child's Observation Report By Lynn Rademacher, eHow Contributor *   *   * Share   *   * Print this article Observing children at play helps educators to structure the classroom. Child observation reports are created for a variety of reasons. College students who are childhood development majors will complete several observations as part of their coursework. Therapists use observation reports to determine the appropriate type of treatment for children with

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  • Observation Report

    Marking Guide for Observation Report | LETTER GRADE A | LETTER GRADE B | LETTER GRADE C | LETTER GRADE D | LETTER GRADE F | WEIGHT | CONTENT | Observations meet all the outlined criteria (page 32 of course guide) | Observations meet most of the outlined criteria (page 32 of course guide) | Observations meet some of the outlined criteria (page 32 of course guide) | Observations meet few of the outlined criteria (page 32 of course guide) | Observations do not meet the outlined criteria | 30%MARK/30

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    Observation Becky woke up from her morning nap. She cries and slowly crawls down her bed to find her mom. “Mommy”, then cried again. “Aunty, where mommy go?” she asked. I replied, “mommy go work. She come back later okay?” She replied, “okay aunty”. She went to play in the playroom. Becky grabs her teapot and cups. She sat down on the picnic table. She sat a teddy bear in one chair, and a doll on another. She drinks the cup. Put the cup down and poured the tea around the table. As her younger

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    just finished a snack eaten at her kitchen table. She seems in a happy mood and ready to play. When Tyler goes into her back yard she immediately goes towards her tricycle followed by her sister. There are several toys in the back yard. There is a child size pool, two push toys, a large ball a few buckets with shovels sitting next to the flower bed and various other cars and a doll. Tyler chose the tricycle first, possibly because it was the toy nearest to the back door. Tyler and her two sisters

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  • Child Protectionn Report

    Review Three Cases of Child Abuse When it comes to protecting children, the family plays a central role, particularly during the child’s earliest days. Children are also part of a broader community where their relationships, engagement, and roles deepen over time and take on increased significance. For this reason, protecting children is both a private and a public responsibility. It is by looking at the history of childhood that we make our judgements about child abuse today. History is used

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  • Child Observation Paper

    Becky woke up from her morning nap. She cries and slowly crawls down her bed to find her mom. “Mommy”, then cried again. “Aunty, where mommy go?” she asked. I replied, “mommy go work. She come back later okay?” She replied, “okay aunty”. She went to play in the playroom. Becky grabs her teapot and cups. She sat down on the picnic table. She sat a teddy bear in one chair, and a doll on another. She drinks the cup. Put the cup down and poured the tea around the table. As her younger sister woke

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  • Observation Report

    Artina Robinson December 8, 2013 EDU 210 Nancy Winship A Night at Tijuanna Flats Is a Sunday evening around 5:06 PM. I pulled into the Tijuana Flats parking lot. As I entered into the restaurant I noticed that it is not as full as it normally would be. As I ordered my food I noticed two parties sitting at the table. The first party was a young couple who looked to be in the 20s and the other party was a family of 7.  Within the family there were five children, 3 boys and 2 girls. The boys

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  • Report on Under-Five Child Health in India

    under-five mortality than the rest of India. On account of the unacceptably high fertility and mortality indicators, these states which constitute 48% of India population, have been designated as the ‘High Focus States’ by the Government of India. This report aims to discuss the three major causes of under-five mortality in these high focus states and suggest interventions to combat the same. Diarrhea is one of the leading causes of under-five mortality among the high focus states accounting for about

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  • Observation

    Day Care: Preschool: 4 yrs old, one 5yr old. I was placed to observe the Preschool 4 year olds during my clinical observation at the Daycare. Stages of Development: Eric Erikson: Initiative vs. Guilt. During this stage the child are focused on purpose, exploration and egocentric ideas and speech. During this period the preschooler experiences a desire to copy adults around them, take initiative in play situations, make up stories using barbies, toy phones, cars, playing roles like

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  • Child Development Observation

    Amber Jeppesen Child 68 MW 4:45-6:10pm October 17th, 2014 Part 1—General Information The name of the center I observed at was C.L.O.U.D.S Preschool Program at Perdew Elementary School. The address of the center: 13051 Miller Ave. Etiwanda, CA 91739. The C.L.O.U.D.S Preschool Program has goals for each and every one of its students to succeed in language development, social skills and preacademic training sets. This program does include fees, each different for every student due to

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  • Child Observation

    do not expect high levels of performance in most kids in this age group because the development of their memory and complex thinking patterns is still limited. As usual, there are exceptions to every rule. I know some of them personally. If your child is one of those rare cases, celebrate the fact that he is ahead of schedule, let his talent age for a while like a good wine, and be careful not to feel the need for speed or to rush him quickly forward. In general, these activities are hard to grasp

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    Through Younger Eyes Child Observation Paper Courtney Beck Spoon River College Through Younger Eyes Child Observation Paper On May 5th, 2009, I was blessed with my son, I will call him Timmy for this paper. He is now five and a half years old, has brown hair, hazel eyes, average weight and a little taller than his classmates. He is my only child and I am sure there are many great excuses I could use in order to explain our circumstances, but the main factor is I had him at a young age before

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  • Observation Child Development Level 2

    vulnerable to, and do not fully understand some dangers such as electrical appliances, knives or blades (usually found in the kitchen). Because of this, the child may hurt themselves, for example touching electrical plugs, or cutting themselves with a knife. A child may also be vulnerable to other dangers such as bacteria, and other germs, which a child can come into contact with anywhere when not supervised. Toddlers are usually more likely to hurt themselves as they move around and explore a lot more

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  • Child Development Observation

    | Child Development Observation (Infant) | Introduction to Early Child Development | Instructor: Kathrine Palichuk | Dawn Freeman | 9/1/2014 | [Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document. Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document.] | Each child will go through the same developmental process, varying in time and order. During prenatal development

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  • Child Observation

    underlying need to stay in touch is still the same. Attachments are formed in human and in many species of animals such as sheep and ducks, attachments are formed rapidly soon after birth. This process was first investigated by Konrad Lorenz. In his observation of animals, Lorenz noticed the tendency for new born, orphaned animals to form an attachment to any animal that happened to be present and to follow it as if it were their real mother. This can often be seen on farms where orphaned lambs will attach

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  • Child Observation Birth to 12 Month

    only one rocking chair so that the caregiver could feed and rock the babies comfortably. The walls were decorated with animal’s cutouts. On the other side of the room there were cabinets and drawers with the sink in between. All the cabinets were child proof and each cabinet had bins that were filled with the babies extra clothes, diapers, and wipes. There was a small changing table where caregivers changed the babies’ diapers. The room floor was mostly carpeted. The kid’s art work was displayed

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    According to Piaget Cognitive Development Theory (Berk, 2003, p.133), this child is in the preoperational stage (2-7 years), and he behaves normally. When the father left he was upset. His mother asked him to sit still in one of the chairs. He was lying in an arm chair, moving his legs up and down. Then he put his feet on the armrest of the chair next to him, where his sister was sitting. He repeated this behavior several times in attempt to hit his sister. That made his mother tell him off. However

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  • Child Observation

    for sustenance and comfort. The child's relative understanding of world and society come from the parents and their interaction with the child. A child's first trust is always with the parent or caregiver; whomever that might be; however, even the caregiver is secondary where as the parents are primary in the eyes of the child. If the parents expose the child to warmth, regularity, and dependable affection, the infant's view of the world will be one of trust. Should the parents fail to provide a

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  • Child Observation Essay

    Makeea S. Patterson Workshop Three - 3.5 Dropbox Child Development Paper 7 July 2015 Human Behavior/Social Environment (SWK-342-01A) Indiana Wesleyan University Instructor Beth Griffin Subject: The child I chose to observe was 12 year old girl named Kimeko, of African-American background. This observation took place in her home, on a Friday evening, between the hours of 4PM-6PM. As this was my first observation experience, I was somewhat apprehensive about how Kimeko might react about me watching

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  • Child Observation

    Child Observation Report Lecturer: Dr. Stephanie L. Knight Observer: Afra Mohamed Taha Observant: 3-4 year old boy Topic: Entire Observation Setting: Airport. A family consists of a father, a mother, three daughters and a son. Goal: Observing the boy to see his entire behavior, in addition to his reaction to reinforcement and punishment. Time: 52 minutes Method used: Systematic

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  • Child Observation

    Observation Jane is a very active 5 years old girl who is in kindergarten. I observed her at her home in TX. Her primary language is English and her Secondary language is Spanish. She is able to do a lot of things for her age. I watched her in her home setting through the months of October and November. She is on track for her age developmentally. Her physical development is good for her age. When I visited her we did worksheets together. She traced a giraffe with a pen she was able to hold the

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    Matttt robins Section 1: Observations I observed a child from Early Morning Learning Center at Gateway Community College. There, I observed my student Jerome for a total of five hours in 3 days. The Early Morning Learning Center at Gateway consisted of nineteen children ranging from ages 3 to 5 years old. The center had five adult workers whose job it was to watch and help the children. The days I observed the children were either in the classroom or on the playground. The student I chose

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    8/4/2011 Page 2 Overview 8/4/2011 OVERVIEW What is a Family Child Care Home?  FCCH providers regularly provide care, protection and supervision for 14 or fewer children in the provider’s own home for periods less than 24 hours  Licensee is the primary caregiver Types of Family Child Care Homes  Small Family Child Care  6 children plus 2 school age children*  Large Family Child Care  12 children plus 2 school age children*  Must have qualified assistant

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  • The Child Called It Book Report

    having to fight to survive and live another day. Imagine your own mother not loving you and not even calling you by your own name, just calling you “it”. Instead of making you feel special, she would make you feel worthless and unloved. In the book A Child Called It, all those things happened to David Pelzer, who fought against his abusive mother so he could live another day, and basically survive her wrath. The theme of this book is survival, David fought against his mother to survive by defeating her

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    another effectively this can cause problems in later stages and create a sense of fixation. Children develop in different stages and in different ways. A method that has been used to explore these developmental milestones is observation. Observations involve watching a child for sometime in order to understand how he or she perceives and interacts with the world. attributes physically, cognitively and socially of two children, one male and one female, ages five and ten, respectively. This writer

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  • Structured Observation: Child Temper Tantrums of My Younger Brother

    Purpose of the Study This structured observation that is done through Event Sampling aims to: 1. Observe systematically the temper tantrum behavior of my younger brother. 2. Study the cause of why the temper tantrum behavior took place. 3. Analyze and assess the behavior of my younger brother to know and find ways on how to reduce its occurence. Methodology Research Setting. The event sampling took place in the observer and subject’s residence in Block 5 Lot

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  • Child Observation

    2016 Observation: Birth – 18 Months The Child observed here is called JD. At the time of the observation the child was 15 months old. The observation began at 3p.m. on February 21, 2016. The child was at his place of residence with his mother, aunt, and his two sisters’ ages 9 and 12. As a playroom, the children of the home uses the family room because that is where all the toys are along with the laptops and learning aids for the older children. The beginning of the observation started with

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  • Observation Report

    OBSERVATION REPORT (Observe – to pay attention to, to perceive or notice, to watch, to recognize or note occurrences, to draw inferences, to remark or comment) The Observation Report is to be the result of an in-person observation made for the purpose of partially fulfilling the requirements of this course, and must include a complete and comprehensive report on any 2.5 hours of observation from the list of choices below, exclusive of breaks and recesses. The observation report shall include

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  • Child Observation

    Child Observation Deathra S. Anthony PSYC 221 Liberty University Child Observation For my child observation, I observed a girl 2 year old named Rylee while I was helping to decorate for my sister’s bridal shower. She is the youngest of 4 children. After sitting and observing her for about 45-60 minutes, I was amazed how active she was and how often her desire to do something different changed during this time frame. I watched her as she ran around the run and jumping with the older children

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  • Child Observation

    making friends and exploring the world (4). This child had a tendency to mimic the actions of her older, seven year old brother. He made a point of showing his sister when he walked up the slide rather than sliding down it. Repition is a coping behavior and helps children learn (2). She was so amused by her brother that she started to copy the action and, when mastered, called to her mother to watch her perform this amazing feat. The child was proud once she was able to accomplish the task and

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  • Child Psychology Observation Paper

    Have you ever wondered how a child thinks? What goes on inside a child’s brain, what do they think as they play with a new toy for the first time, or learn how to do something new like riding a bike. Children are complex and normally learn at a very quick pace, their brains are like an absorbable sponge during the early years of their young lives. Children may learn on their own, or learn from observing others actions. Although I am not longer considered a child, I plan on turning back time and

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  • Child Observation

    Classroom Observation For this project I chose to visit and observe in a private preschool program oriented towards the mentally-impaired child. This small school is very near a state university, although it is not directly associated with it. Most of the families who enroll their children in the school are graduate students or faculty at the nearby campus, and the director is a graduate student in the master's program in education. There are eight 4-and 5-year old children in the group, and

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  • Child Observation

    Haku’ole Correa FAMR 332: Childhood Fryxell Child Observation For this project, I observed my little nephew, la’akea, who is 5 years old. He is the Second oldest, and is treated like the only child because his older sister is in middle school and his younger brother is just 3months. My nephew is 3’10 and around 50lbs, and is haole / Hawaiian. La’akea is very sociable and is very attentive. He loves to play games and play with all kinds of technology such as an ipod, ipad or computer, but he

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  • Child Observation

    case was unique in that the client was an Asian woman from Singapore. She was here as a student but was also married to a scientist from Singapore who also here. The two were acquaintances from earlier in life, and had been allowed to marry. From reports the client was of a high social standing in Singapore. An Asian female in her early thirties, the client first reported to me that she had no ambition. She tells me this after she reveals her history of accomplishment that included

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  • Child Observation

    Child Observation Observation Jane is a very active 5 years old girl who is in kindergarten. I observed her at her home in TX. Her primary language is English and her Secondary language is Spanish. She is able to do a lot of things for her age. I watched her in her home setting through the months of October and November. She is on track for her age developmentally. Her physical development is good for her age. When I visited her we did worksheets together. She traced a giraffe with a pen she

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  • Child Observation

    Observation Jane is a very active 5 years old girl who is in kindergarten. I observed her at her home in TX. Her primary language is English and her Secondary language is Spanish. She is able to do a lot of things for her age. I watched her in her home setting through the months of October and November. She is on track for her age developmentally. Her physical development is good for her age. When I visited her we did worksheets together. She traced a giraffe with a pen she was able to hold the

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