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  • Observation Of A Bar Observation

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    A. For my observation project I choose to go to this bar and grille called Swerve Grille it is located in Shaker Heights, OH on Chagrin Boulevard. The bar is actually right before you would get to Warrensville Center Road. Where the bar is located was in a very nice, clean environment. The bar and grille is in a predominantly white area; the bar seem to be in a very busy area of Shaker Heights. The bar was in a plaza that has about five different establishments Curves fitness center, bicycle shop

  • observation

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    Observation Observer:Valmire Korqaj Date:04.12.2013 Class:VII Teacher:Miranda Agaj The class that I observed was also seventh class in Public school “Deshmoret e Kombit” with the same teacher Miranda Agaj. In this class were 30 pupils,eighteen boys and twelve girls. As always before the lesson started I talked with the teacher about what she was going to teach that day. The lesson started at 8.20am.When we entered in the class all pupils greeted us and they saw me they just looking and talked

  • observation

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    Observation Observer:Valmire Korqaj Date:03.12.2 Class:VII Teacher:Miranda Agaj -In this paper I will describe a teacher and her students in an observation I did in Public school “Deshmoret e Kombit”.Through this paper a variety of pupils' class and teacher's behavior will be discussed. The observation did in ninth class in English lesson the teacher was Miranda Agaj. I arrived in the office ten minutes before the lesson started. So I had a chance to talk with the teacher. We briefly discussed

  • Observation

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    My first impression of Ms. May’s classroom at Amelon Elementary was that of warmth and color. She has the classroom setup in stations and each station is welcoming, colorful and contains activities that are both challenging and interesting to her students. Each child has an assigned desk and supply cabinet filled with paper, markers, pencils and any other stationary needed to complete their work. Each desk also contained a bell and when each student completes their work, they ring their bell to

  • Direct Observation And Indirect Observation

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    parents, or teachers. By utilizing direct observation one can observe and collect data without effecting the client’s environment. Environmental factor are Sam’s behavior happens in his home bathroom. Direct observation the behavior analysts can see the behavior occurring. This also helps prevent any errors in recording. Direct observation can be viewed as simple as parsimony because it seems plain and simple. Furthermore, another way of using direct observations includes video recording. This method

  • Systematic Observation In Systematic Observation

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    Systematic observations consist of clearly outlined procedures, controlled sampling and predetermined recording methods. They make up a subset of naturalistic observations. Miller (1977) defines systematic observation as the addition of quantification to naturalistic investigations. Since a measurement scale is usually chosen before quantitative data is collected, the systematic method involves more planning in regards to what behaviors will get observed. The time and place for an observation are always

  • What Is The Observation Of A Child Observation

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    Observations of a young child’s behavior have seen to be beneficial to the observer because it allows the observer to determine what that specific child is interested in and how they react to certain situations. For my observations I observed two children who were both the age of three, one being a boy and the other a girl. One interesting fact about the little boy is that he is autistic and that these children happen to be cousins. This observation was made during a huge family get together and

  • What Is A Observation In A Child Observation

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    Through this observation I could see the teacher’s efforts to encourage the students to get along with other students. For example, when the boy was crying and sticking his mother, the assistant teacher were gently inviting the boy to play with her and other students.

  • Naturalistic Observation

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    Naturalistic Observation Naturalistic observation involves recording subjects' naturally occurring behavior while they are in their natural environment. This experiment revolves around this type of observation. Specifically, it involves the observation of the various human dyads (male-female, male-male, female-female,) social interaction, within in a public environment. Focal points of observation included conversation space (distance between individuals heads,), and body language. All behaviors

  • Observation record

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    Child Development Observation Children begin to develop from birth and the first five years of child’s life are important. Likewise, children achieve different abilities by a certain age, which is called developmental milestones. The area of developmental milestones are physical, cognitive, language, and social and emotional. It is essential for teachers to understand how infants and toddlers develop over time. Therefore, teachers should observe their children to assess their developmental levels

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