Sample Field Notes

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Question Description

This is a three part assignment. Follow the steps provided to complete this assignment.

Target Skill/Behavior: The students will demonstrate growth in math automaticity by completing a 1 minute timed test with 70% accuracy in 4 out of 6 assessments.

Step 1

You will submit a copy of your field notes taken to date, either handwritten/scanned or typed. These are scores in percentages out of 100%The assessments were 30 problems in one minute.

Week 1

Student

Oct 21

Oct 22

Oct 23

Oct 24

Downs

83

100

100

100

Layeux

80

87

77

80

Novotny

97

47

57

64

Pierson

83

67

63

60

Yanez

83

33

43

55

Week 2

Student

Oct 28

Oct 29

Oct 30

Oct 31

Downs

100

90

100

85

Layeux

63

55

65

86

Novotny

43

65

72

90

Pierson

60

70

73

79

Yanez

37

35

40

41

Week 3

Student

Nov 4

Nov 5

Nov 6

Nov 7

Downs

100

90

100

100

Layeux

84

80

82

84

Novotny

60

65

69

68

Pierson

71

70

75

83

Yanez

50

53

58

75

Step 2

Provide a 1-2 page overview of your coding system and a visual representation of your current results.Results can be presented in any format (i.e. chart, graph, clusters).(If you know how to enter into a spreadsheet or graph, Please do).

Step 3

Compose a 1-2 page summary synthesizing your initial findings.Your summary and analyses should be anchored in evidence-based findings and demonstrate mastery of APA formatting.

**Review the Sample Field Notes Rubric below to make certain you have included all the required elements for successful completion of this assignment. Then submit the assignment following the instructions given in the course shell.

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FIELD NOTES ASSIGNMENT Overview and Rubric This is a three part assignment. Follow the steps provided to complete this assignment. Target Skill/Behavior: The students will demonstrate growth in math automaticity by completing a 1 minute timed test with 70% accuracy in 4 out of 6 assessments. Step 1 You will submit a copy of your field notes taken to date, either handwritten/scanned or typed. These are scores in percentages out of 100% The assessments were 30 problems in one minute. Student Downs Layeux Novotny Pierson Yanez Oct 21 83 80 97 83 83 Week 1 Oct 22 100 87 47 67 33 Oct 23 100 77 57 63 43 Oct 24 100 80 64 60 55 Student Downs Layeux Novotny Pierson Yanez Oct 28 100 63 43 60 37 Week 2 Oct 29 90 55 65 70 35 Oct 30 100 65 72 73 40 Oct 31 85 86 90 79 41 Nov 4 100 84 60 71 50 Week 3 Nov 5 90 80 65 70 53 Nov 6 100 82 69 75 58 Nov 7 100 84 68 83 75 Student Downs Layeux Novotny Pierson Yanez Step 2 Provide a 1-2 page overview of your coding system and a visual representation of your current results. Results can be presented in any format (i.e. chart, graph, clusters). (If you know how to enter into a spreadsheet or graph, Please do). Step 3 Compose a 1-2 page summary synthesizing your initial findings. Your summary and analyses should be anchored in evidence-based findings and demonstrate mastery of APA formatting. **Review the Sample Field Notes Rubric below to make certain you have included all the required elements for successful completion of this assignment. Then submit the assignment following the instructions given in the course shell. Rubric Summary Paragraphs Exemplary Highly Proficient Proficient Approaching Proficient Below Expectations 5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 0-1 points ▪ 1-2 pages (Evidence in both ▪ Exemplary columns 3 and 5 synthesis of initial present) field notes ▪ Evidence from field notes anchors the synthesis 5 points Overview of Coding/Visual Representation 4 points ▪ Scanned, typed or (Evidence in both handwritten field columns 3 and 5 notes of more than present) sufficient number to develop complete coding system ▪ Exemplary overview of coding system ▪ Clear visual representation of the current results ▪ 1 page (Evidence in both ▪ Excellent synthesis columns 1 and 3 of initial field notes present) ▪ Evidence from field notes anchors the synthesis 3 points ▪ ▪ ▪ 2 points ▪ Scanned, typed or (Evidence in both handwritten field notes of columns 1 and 3 sufficient number to present) develop complete coding system ▪ Excellent overview of coding system ▪ Visual representation of the current results Less than 1 page Synthesis of field notes is weak in some points or lacks clarity, specificity Some or little evidence to anchor 0-1 points ▪ ▪ ▪ Scanned, typed or handwritten field notes of less than sufficient number to develop complete coding system Overview of coding system Visual representation of the current results is weak /unclear FIELD NOTES ASSIGNMENT Overview and Rubric This is a three part assignment. Follow the steps provided to complete this assignment. Target Skill/Behavior: The students will demonstrate growth in math automaticity by completing a 1 minute timed test with 70% accuracy in 4 out of 6 assessments. Step 1 You will submit a copy of your field notes taken to date, either handwritten/scanned or typed. These are scores in percentages out of 100% The assessments were 30 problems in one minute. Student Downs Layeux Novotny Pierson Yanez Oct 21 83 80 97 83 83 Week 1 Oct 22 100 87 47 67 33 Oct 23 100 77 57 63 43 Oct 24 100 80 64 60 55 Student Downs Layeux Novotny Pierson Yanez Oct 28 100 63 43 60 37 Week 2 Oct 29 90 55 65 70 35 Oct 30 100 65 72 73 40 Oct 31 85 86 90 79 41 Nov 4 100 84 60 71 50 Week 3 Nov 5 90 80 65 70 53 Nov 6 100 82 69 75 58 Nov 7 100 84 68 83 75 Student Downs Layeux Novotny Pierson Yanez Step 2 Provide a 1-2 page overview of your coding system and a visual representation of your current results. Results can be presented in any format (i.e. chart, graph, clusters). (If you know how to enter into a spreadsheet or graph, Please do). Step 3 Compose a 1-2 page summary synthesizing your initial findings. Your summary and analyses should be anchored in evidence-based findings and demonstrate mastery of APA formatting. **Review the Sample Field Notes Rubric below to make certain you have included all the required elements for successful completion of this assignment. Then submit the assignment following the instructions given in the course shell. Rubric Summary Paragraphs Exemplary Highly Proficient Proficient Approaching Proficient Below Expectations 5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 0-1 points ▪ 1-2 pages (Evidence in both ▪ Exemplary columns 3 and 5 synthesis of initial present) field notes ▪ Evidence from field notes anchors the synthesis 5 points Overview of Coding/Visual Representation 4 points ▪ Scanned, typed or (Evidence in both handwritten field columns 3 and 5 notes of more than present) sufficient number to develop complete coding system ▪ Exemplary overview of coding system ▪ Clear visual representation of the current results ▪ 1 page (Evidence in both ▪ Excellent synthesis columns 1 and 3 of initial field notes present) ▪ Evidence from field notes anchors the synthesis 3 points ▪ ▪ ▪ 2 points ▪ Scanned, typed or (Evidence in both handwritten field notes of columns 1 and 3 sufficient number to present) develop complete coding system ▪ Excellent overview of coding system ▪ Visual representation of the current results Less than 1 page Synthesis of field notes is weak in some points or lacks clarity, specificity Some or little evidence to anchor 0-1 points ▪ ▪ ▪ Scanned, typed or handwritten field notes of less than sufficient number to develop complete coding system Overview of coding system Visual representation of the current results is weak /unclear ...
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Field Notes Assignment
Field Notes
Descriptive Information
The field study was undertaken among grade two learners to assess their ability to
improve automaticity in Mathematics. Consequently, the leaners were asked to undertake thirty
Math addition questions within one minute. The students worked on the questions in turns. The
learners were prepared beforehand to ensure that they were to undertake the tests, and were
allowed to understand the kind of questions to expect. The organization of students in groups
allowed the teachers to assess them closely. The groups made it possible for the pupils to be
prepared at the same pace. The learners utilized the computers they had used previously used.
The students appeared somewhat anxious of the tests irrespective of multiple practices
before the weekly final ones. The learners whose results...

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