Observing Children: A Practical Guide

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Continuum, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 157 pages
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Observing Children:
- is based on real observations
- describes aims and objectives
- illustrates methods of recording observations
- provides guidance on observing children with Sen
- suggests activities for promoting developmental progress
- offers a detailed breakdown of developmental milestones

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Contents

A Stepbystep Guide to Presenting an Observation
14
Experimenting with Observational Techniques
33
Extending and Utilizing your Observations
80
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About the author (2004)

Sharman trained as a health visitor and infant teacher. She is part-time lecturer at Highbury College, Portsmouth, and an NVQ Early Years trainer and assessor.

Cross is a nursery nurse and nursery supervisor and is course tutor for Child Care at Godalming College.

Vennis is a trained nursery and infant school teacher who is now retired after twenty years of training nursery nurses at Highbury College. She is currently a Registered Nursery Inspector for Ofsted and an External Verifier for CACHE for the Diploma in Nursery and NVQ in Early Years Child Care and Education.

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