Focused Observations

Author: Gaye Gronlund
Editor: Redleaf Press
ISBN: 1605542512
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Intentional teaching begins with focused observations and systematic documentation of children's learning and development. This book is filled with tools and techniques designed to help early childhood educators purposefully observe children, create portfolios with rich documentation, and plan curriculum that supports every child. Discussion questions, observation practice exercises, and reflection assignments are included, as well as DVD with classroom vignettes showcasing observation techniques. Gaye Gronlund is an early childhood education consultant who trains early childhood educators across the country. Marlyn James is an education and early childhood professor.

Focused Observations Powerpoint Presentation

Author: Gaye Gronlund
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ISBN: 9781605542249
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Present clear and concise information as you teach focused observation and systematic documentation skills in staff development sessions, college courses, or in-service workshops. This fifty-slide PowerPoint presentation directly corresponds to each chapter in the book Focused Observations: How to Observe Young Children for Assessment and Curriculum Planning. It highlights key concepts and helps students or participants reflect on their own observation styles, learn new techniques, and apply findings to their work. An instructional booklet with guidelines and tips is included.

Intelligence And The Law

Author: Allan N. Kornblum
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Fbi Law Enforcement Bulletin

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Individualized Child Focused Curriculum

Author: Gaye Gronlund
Editor: Redleaf Press
ISBN: 1605544507
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Learn to integrate individualized curriculum into daily practice with this step-by-step guide. Using Developmental Studies, a new tool created and successfully field-tested by the author, implement a truly child-focused and individualizing curriculum, meeting each child where she or he is and ultimately making teaching easier and more rewarding. These user-friendly materials will help teachers reconnect and reengage with each student outside of all the standards that are required. Gaye Gronlund devotes her time to helping teachers, administrators, and policy makers implement best approaches to teaching and assessing young children. Clients have included the NAEYC, NIEER, the State of New Mexico Office of Child Development and Pre-K Program, the Illinois State Board of Education, and more.

Supervisory Leadership

Author: Allan A. Glatthorn
Editor: Scott Foresman & Company
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Photometric Observations Made Principally With The Equatorial Telescope Of Fifteen Inches Aperture During The Years 1877 79

Author: Edward Charles Pickering
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Dimensions Of Choice

Author: Karla A. Henderson
Editor: Venture Pub
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"Dimensions of Choice (Second Edition) is an introductory text on the philosophy, theory, methods, and techniques applied to interpretive research and qualitative approaches in parks, recreation, tourism, sport, and leisure (PRTSL). The first edition of this book appeared in 1991 at a time when one could almost count on two hands the number of leisure researchers using qualitative approaches. Applying the possibilities of a qualitative approach directly to the park, recreation, and leisure field is promising, and over the past 15 years many more researchers in PRTSL have applied these approaches. This book contains many of the basic (but rethought) premises of the first edition and is expanded to include new issues such as reflexivity, computer aids, linking and mixed methods, evaluating research reports, and other emerging forms of data collection, analysis, and data presentations. This second edition provides a framework for using qualitative data in PRTSL and is designed for anyone who is interested in examining the dimensions of choice pertaining to research conceptualization, design, and analysis including practicing professionals who might want to consider using qualitative approaches for "in-house" research and evaluation in a broad range of recreation services, such as camps, outdoor education, public parks and recreation, youth-serving agencies, sports marketing, tourism promotion, special event planning, and clinical/community therapeutic recreation settings. This text is divided into three parts: (a) the evolution of the use of qualitative approaches applied to PRTSL; (b) a discussion of the methods commonly associated with using qualitative data, including field research and in-depth interviewing, focus groups and image-based analysis; and (c) the procedures and techniques common to most qualitative approaches. Not everything about qualitative methods can be covered in any book, but in this book the reader will be exposed to a broad explanation of possibilities, will learn how choice might be applied to research and evaluation questions in the PRTSL field, and will gain an understanding and appreciation for how and why choices influence research."--Publisher's website.

Introduction To Social Research

Author: Valdo Pons
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Three Generations Two Languages One Family

Author: Li Wei
Editor: Multilingual Matters Limited
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In this first book-length study of the Chinese community in Britain, Dr Li Wei provides a detailed ethnography of communication in ten Chinese immigrant families in the North East of England. He focuses on generational changes in language choice preferences and code-switching strategies.

Educational Effects Of Instructional Procedures Differentiated In Terms Of Selected Psychological Characteristics Of Students

Author: Lyman Van Winkle
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Nasty Girls Thugs And Humans Like Us

Author: Carola Murray-Seegert
Editor: Paul H Brookes Publishing Company
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Collegial Supervision

Author: Gary Robert Cooper
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Assessment And Evaluation In Whole Language Programs

Author: Bill Harp
Editor: Christopher-Gordon Publishers
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Ict In The Early Years

Author: Mark O'Hara
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 9780826466440
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Mark O'Hara demonstrates how ICT can be used to motivate, excite and enthuse young children in their learning, while at the same time addressing the more common concerns voiced by early years practitioners. This book provides guidance on all aspects of teaching using ICT.

A Simple Empirical Method For Estimating The Height And Semi Thickness Of The F2 Layer At The Argentine Islands Graham Land

Author: John Richard Dudeney
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Becoming A Teacher

Author: Forrest W. Parkay
Editor: Allyn & Bacon
ISBN: 9780205133277
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A Handbook For Teacher Leaders

Author: Leonard O. Pellicer
Editor: Corwin
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This book charts a course for developing and implementing an effective peer assistance and review program based on long-standing, successful programs.

Managing Classrooms To Facilitate Learning

Author: Anne M. Bauer
Editor: Prentice Hall
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This work aims to help pre-service and in-service teachers increase their skills in managing children with challenging behaviours in the classroom, by offering details of a classroom management framework and pro-active problem-solving techniques. Practice interaction scripts are included.

Teaching Learning Assessing Science 5 12

Author: Wynne Harlen
Editor: Paul Chapman Educational Publishing
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A new and totally revised edition of Teaching and Learning Primary Science. The author provides a theoretical rationale for why science should be taught in particular ways, and ideas and examples of how to do it.