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Week by week : plans for documenting children's development

Author: Barbara Nilsen
Publisher: New York : Thomson/Delmar Learning, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : CD for computer   Computer File : English : 4th edView all editions and formats
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The dilemma of both child development learners and professionals is how to manage functions that they need to perform to keep children safe and actively involved in learning. This book presents  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Nilsen
ISBN: 1418072753 9781418072759 141807280X 9781418072803
OCLC Number: 123955073
Description: xv, 398 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 28 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Details: System requirements: Pentium II computer; Windows 2000/2003, Windows XP service pack 2, Vista; Adobe Acrobat Reader; CD-ROM drive.
Contents: Introduction: getting started --
The 15 ways of observing --
Portfolios --
Week by week plan --
Topics in observation: The ecological view of the child --
Now you can get started --
A word about ethics and confidentiality --
1. Using the class list log to look at separation and school adjustment --
Using the class list log --
Using the reflective journal --
Topics in observation: Why not use a daily log or daily journal? --
Looking at separation and school adjustment --
Helping all children with separation and school adjustment --
Helping professionals for separation and school adjustment concerns --
Other methods --
2. Using anecdotal recordings to look at self-care --
Using the anecdotal recording --
Looking at self-care skills --
Topics in observation: Using all our senses --
Helping all children with self-care skills --
Helping professionals for self-care skills --
3. Using checklists to look at physical development --
Using the checklist --
Looking at growth and development --
Topics in observation: Your frame of reference --
Helping all children with physical development --
Helping professionals for physical development concerns --
4. Using running records to look at social development --
Using running records --
Looking at social development --
Topics in observation: "The stew" --
Helping all children with social development --
Helping professionals for social development concerns --
5. Using frequency counts to look at emotional development --
Using frequency counts --
Looking at emotional development --
Helping all children with emotional development --
Topics in observation: The assessment and curriculum braid --
Helping professionals for emotion concerns. 6. Using conversations to listen to language and speech --
Using conversations as an observation method --
Listening to language and speech --
Helping all children with language development --
Topics in observation: Diversity --
Helping professionals for speech and language concerns --
7. Using time samples to look at attention span --
Using time samples --
Looking at cognitive development --
Helping all children with attention span --
Topics in observation: Attention span and autism --
Helping professionals for attention concerns --
8. Using standardized measurements to look at cognitive development --
Using tests --
Topics in observation: Measuring cognitive development--Why not test? --
Looking at cognitive development: math, science, and technology --
Helping all children with cognitive development --
Topics in observation: "Real" curriculum --
Helping professionals for cognitive concerns --
9. Using rating scales to look at literacy --
Using the rating scale --
Looking at literacy --
Helping all children with literacy --
Topics in observation: Books in the sandbox --
Helping professionals for literacy concerns --
10. Using work samples to look at creativity --
Using work samples to observe a child's development --
Looking at children's creative development --
Helping all children with creativity --
Helping professionals for creative arts --
Topics in observation: Responding to children's work. 11. Using technology for documentation of sociodramatic play --
Using technology for documentation --
Topics in observation: Protecting the rights of the child --
Looking at dramatic play --
Helping all children with sociodramatic play --
Helping professionals for play concerns --
12. Using documentation for child abuse suspicions and looking at self-concept --
Using documentation for child abuse suspicions --
Diversity and child abuse --
Topics in observation: Dealing with families suspected of child maltreatment --
Self-concept and self-esteem --
helping all children with self-esteem --
Helping professionals for child abuse and self-esteem concerns --
13. Using program assessments to look at children in groups --
Assessing early childhood programs --
Topics in observation: Assessing the environment--pointing back to you --
Looking at the adjustment of the child to the program --
Helping all children in group settings --
Helping professionals for program evaluation and support --
14. Using the portfolio to conference with families and looking at the child's interactions with adults --
Communications between home and school --
Using the portfolio to conference with families --
Daily contacts --
Looking at the child's interactions with adults --
Topics in observation: does the Week by Week Plan meet NAEYC guidelines for assessment? --
Helping all children through home and school communications --
Helping professionals for home and school communication --
15. Using the yearly plan to observe and record children's development.
Responsibility: Barbara Ann Nilsen.
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