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    You can answer the following questions. After observing at different schools and possibly different grades, 1. Do you still want to become a teacher? Why or why not? After doing my observations, I still want to become a teacher. Going into this class, initially I was hesitant and unsure if I wanted to pursue teaching, but after one full day of observing a kindergarten class I am sure this is what I want to do with my life. Seeing the children so excited to learn really made me happy, and I want to

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    With the observations, the goal was to become aware of what is in store for the future both within school and after graduation. First person observed was Sharon, a dental hygiene student at PIMA, in her 5th semester. To begin her visit, Sharon ensured she had all the necessary paperwork and materials needed for the visit prior to procuring her patient from the lobby. After sitting the patient down, she reviewed his medical history with him and took his vitals, she then turned her light on for an

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    Participant Observation How does one observe while simultaneously participating? It is an awkward position for the researcher to be in—the very nature of the term “participant observation” is at odds with each other; therefore the author must keep a degree of distance in order to fully observe and record their observations. At the same time, the author must do as the locals do, which is: it is very important for the researcher to connect with members of the population. As the researcher gets to know

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    For this field observation study, the Alton Mall in Alton, Illinois was the location chose to be observed. I chose this location for the mere fact that it is close in proximity of my house, it’s relatively small and it coincides with my research question. This field observation study consists of observing behaviors, and actions of others in the food court area at the Alton Mall. The research question at hand wants to look at and learn why individuals choose where to sit, how individuals act while

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    Introduction Subject “Chris” is a 7 year old middle class Caucasian male. Observation is taking place in the child’s home over the course of two separate afternoons. Chris is a friendly and well spoken child who is small for his age. Chris is the youngest child in his family and both observations take place while his siblings are home. In each case one or both parents are absent. First Hour of Observation The first hour of observation takes place on a Saturday afternoon. Chris is in his living room with

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    Student A is an 8 year old Hispanic child. This student has a haircut that is short on the sides and longer on the top. Their stature is about 3 ½ to 4 feet tall with a stockier body build. The day of observations, this student was wearing a black sweatshirt with a large blue stripe down the hood and back and had dark wash jeans on. This student was also wearing skater shoes that were very loosely tied. Student A was observed for the social and emotional domain during math. For the social domain

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    Over the past few weeks I have observed a child in the twelve to eighteen month old category. Throughout this paper I will refer to him as Z. I had five different observations, each for one hour at the West Chester Area Day Care. I sat in classroom seven, in a little chair in the corner writing down everything I observed about him. It was interesting to learn about Z as I watched him interact with the adults and other kids that were in the room with him. Z caught my attention right away in the classroom

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    already experience actual child observation. Fortunately, I was right. Our professor tackled amazing topics that really served as an eyeopener. We encountered topics about the characteristics of some of the disabilities like autism, attention deficit hyperactive disorder, learning disabilities, and also, developmental delays. We even had the chance to test ourselves using the checklists or the assessment tools used for assessing children with special needs. Observation is the main point of our subject

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    On October 16, 2017, I observed in the infant room from 8:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.. The child I observed was a female and just turned eight months old. Indicators given by the child during the observation, show that the child is progressing at a normal developmental pace and even excelling in other areas. Through observing her, I noticed her motor skills were excelling beyond what was expected. She was pulling herself up and standing. I would often notice her attempting to walk after she was standing

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    Coaching Field Observation and Interview Jill Semento Ohio University COED 6140   Table of Contents Abstract …………………………………………………………………………………. 3 Introduction……………………………………………………………………………… 4 Coach Identification & Permission to Interview……………………………………...…. 4 Interview…………………………………………………………………………………..54 Interview Questions & Answers……………….………………………………….5-7 Interview Summary ………….……………………………………………………7, 8 Observation……………………………………………………………………………….. 98 Observation Questions & Answers……………….……………………………

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