Education: Child observation

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ECCE 1103

Child Observations

This child observation will be completed on a 0 – 2 year old. This observation is not for families or early childhood teachers. It is a snapshot to help you begin to observe young children.

Part One:

Observe the child for a full day, or for parts of several days. Complete running notes during your observation(s). During your observations, you will be focusing on:

  • Verbal language development
  • Cognitive/Problem-solving development
  • Social/emotional development
  • Fine motor/writing development
  • Gross motor development

Part Two:

Following your observation(s) of this child, complete the Developmental Checklist (for the age of the child) based on what you observed and documented in your Running Notes.

    • Motor development
    • Cognitive Development
    • Social/Emotional development
    • Language Development

Part Three:

Now, after reviewing your focused observations, write a paper that answers the following questions about this child:

  1. What did you observe the child doing in;
  • Verbal language development
  • Cognitive/Problem-solving development
  • Social/emotional development
  • Fine motor/writing development
  • Gross motor development
  1. What developmental red flags (if any) did you observe?
  2. According to the Developmental Checklist, what would be the logical next steps in the child’s development?

 

 

  1. How would you assist the child in areas of;
  • Strengths
  • Interests
  • Any area where the child would benefit from further opportunities to reach milestones.

Submit Parts One – Three by the due date.

 

 

Description

ECCE 1103

Child Observations

This child observation will be completed on a 0 – 2 year old. This observation is not for families or early childhood teachers. It is a snapshot to help you begin to observe young children.

Part One:

Observe the child for a full day, or for parts of several days. Complete running notes during your observation(s). During your observations, you will be focusing on:

  • Verbal language development
  • Cognitive/Problem-solving development
  • Social/emotional development
  • Fine motor/writing development
  • Gross motor development

Part Two:

Following your observation(s) of this child, complete the Developmental Checklist (for the age of the child) based on what you observed and documented in your Running Notes.

    • Motor development
    • Cognitive Development
    • Social/Emotional development
    • Language Development

Part Three:

Now, after reviewing your focused observations, write a paper that answers the following questions about this child:

  1. What did you observe the child doing in;
  • Verbal language development
  • Cognitive/Problem-solving development
  • Social/emotional development
  • Fine motor/writing development
  • Gross motor development
  1. What developmental red flags (if any) did you observe?
  2. According to the Developmental Checklist, what would be the logical next steps in the child’s development?

 

 

  1. How would you assist the child in areas of;
  • Strengths
  • Interests
  • Any area where the child would benefit from further opportunities to reach milestones.

Submit Parts One – Three by the due date.

 

 

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