Observing Children: A Practical Guide

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Cassell, 2000 - Behavioral assessment of children - 144 pages
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The second edition of this best selling text is an invaluable guide to observation techniques for those working with primary school children. It looks at why childcare workers need to observe children and then gives clear instructions on how to carry out their observations. The second edition includes new chapters on childcare theorists and child development.

Observing Children will be useful for teachers training to work with young children.

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Contents

A Stepbystep Guide to Presenting an Observation
14
Experimenting with Observational Techniques
33
Extending and Utilizing your Observations
77
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About the author (2000)

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

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