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Conduct Socio-Emotional Observation of a 4 y.o. girl

Observe the student in a social situation that is non-academic (e.g. recess, lunch, play). This observation should help you gather data on how the student…

Observe the student in a social situation that is non-academic (e.g. recess, lunch, play). This observation should help you gather data on how the student interacts with others. Observe how a child interacts with other children.
Does the student play with different or only the same children?Does the student share?Does the student initiate activities or waits to be invited? What kinds of activities does she enjoy with others?How does a student interact with teachers and other adults?Is the student able to ask for help?Does the student require a lot of attention or direction? Does the student ask for constant praise? Does the student enjoy talking with the teacher?Does the student spend time with adult visitors in the classroom?
The Observation must include detailed information in all of the following: description of the context, description of students activities, comments, and inferences. -Description of students activity is related to the area of development and reported in detail.-Description of students activity is written as an objective account of behavior. -Inferences are connected to the behavior observed, and their connection is explained in clear and elaborate fashion.-Inferences are substantiated with references to at least 2 relevant theories of development and supported by 3 course readings. -Inferences include a clear and elaborate description of the students developmental abilities and needs in the specific developmental domain and suggestions are provided for supporting the students development. 

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