A Practical Guide to Child Observation and Assessment
This best-selling book has been completely revised to provide a fully up-to-date guide to observation and assessment techniques. Now in full-colour and packed with even more examples, photographs and diagrams, this is the only book students will need to build the skills required by the professional child-care practitioner.
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able activities adults present Aim of observation areas Arta asked baby ball bar chart behaviour boys carpet checklist child development child observation continued child study continued childcare and education childcare practitioner Chisom confidence conserve Cressida Date description of child(ren Developmental norms discuss emotional development encourage equipment event samples example feel Foundation Stage Freya gender girls gross motor gross motor skills hand High/Scope histogram Immediate environment Information Commissioner's Office Interaction Interpretation Jamia Kevin Jordan learning Lindon look maths Meggitt method name(s)/initial(s National Curriculum Number of children numeracy Nursery Home objects observations and assessments observing children Parallel play parents peers Permission sought Physical development physical skills placement planning Playladders portfolio Post-it notes Pre-school assessment professional recognise role Siren Films sitting sociogram staff supervisor Target child observation Tayma teacher techniques toys tutor Type of setting understanding Week 1 Nursery