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ECE 101 CCD Observation in Children Education and Development Paper

ECE 101

Community College Denver

ECE

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I need help with a Psychology question. All explanations and answers will be used to help me learn.

hi there I need help with the following attached assignment following all guide lines in the required assignment please. Also I am including what I had observed during my field work experience that may help you along with helping me in this assignment. If I failed to observe or mention anything please help fill in any missing pieces for me. I would appreciate all your help with this in filling in any missing pieces. Please find below all that I had observed from the 7 year old male student named James.

The 7 year old male student James responded to the teachers requests quickly and in a timely manner. He also listened mostly to his teacher but needed reminders to do what was being asked of him or to stay focused on completing his work, The subject interacted with others very well I never seen him argue, fight with others at all. He was polite and kind and cared about his friends and wanted to help them as well as shared his supplies or toys with others. He talked with others and interacted through playing indoors and out doors and according to his teacher he is showing (PR) which is he is progressing in the area of not arguing with others as much as he once done before. The subject s academic levels and behavior as well as parent/teacher relationships are as follows according to the classroom teacher... Ok as parent is receptive to notes home for additional help but the teacher herself dont feel she is doing anything to get the subject any additional help at home. The subject is approaching academic levels but not consisting demo.so he is (PR) which is progressing. The subject also shows no signs of behavior issues in class or shown at home according to parent/teacher. The subject is delayed/behind in reading and writing. The subject wanted to help his new classmate out and show that he would be a friend to him and that he was accepted within the classroom among his peers. The subject was able to answer open ended questions which pertained to the book his reading group was reading such as for example: Why do people use boats? or What can you see in the rain forest? and Who is the main character's in the story, and name two words to describe them? Subject was active and participated in the move,move,move go-noodle movement breaks. Subjects reading level is on a level {E) for a first grader his reading level should be on a (G) reading level. During Math the subject made predictions and participated in a Think, Pair, Share (think, turn & talk) and then played a game kinda like bingo but this was a math game called LINGO.The subject described himself to me as being good, really smart, and that he likes to learn. When I gave the subject the Heine's delema for Kholberg's Theory the subject had responded to me as follows.... I can go to the store and buy it for them and also ask for help from my mom to get the medicine. I wouldn't steal the medicine as I would buy it. Stealing is wrong. I also performed the cup of water experiment with the subject and this was the results from that test.... When both small clear cups were the same size with the same amount of water in them both he told me that they were both the same and had the same amount of water in them both. But when I poured one cup into a taller clear cup he had said that the taller cup had more water in it. (Even though the smaller cup and the taller cup both had the same amount of water really in them) Then the next experiment I done was the Coin Experiment and here are the results from that... when the coins were laid out in two seperate rows and the student was asked which row of coins had the most coins in the row or where they both the same the student replied both are the same. Then when I moved the coins and scattered them in two separate rows again I asked the student the same question and again he told me they were both the same. This concludes my observations of my 7 year old male subject named James.


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Professor Hassan EDU-133-400 01/2020 Name ___________________________________________ 50 points Child Observation #2 (Fieldwork Student) This assignment incorporates the following EDU 133 learning objectives: B, C, D, E, M; AACC Core Competency: Communication, Information Literacy; InTASC Standards 1, 6; NAEYC Standards: 1, 3, Supportive Skills 3 and 5; CEC Standard: 4 1. This is the second observation in your series of three and should be conducted during your Fieldwork setting. To protect student confidentiality, please use a fictional name when writing your paper. The purpose of this series of assignments is to observe, analyze, and reflect upon the growth and development of children at various ages. The main objective is to find connections between course topics and observations of a child. Evidence and support from class discussions and the text should be apparent in your writing. 2. Over the course of the semester, you will observe a total of three children. You may choose which three of the four age groups to observe. It is required to choose three levels that are spaced apart. 3. This observation paper has several parts and will include: introduction, six reflection questions answered in separate paragraphs, and conclusion. 4. You will be observing a child in your Fieldwork setting. Make notes of how the student responds to the teacher’s use of developmentally-appropriate programming. Take data regarding the child’s interactions with others. Ask the cooperating teacher questions about the child to get assessment information regarding academic levels, behavioral data, and parent/teacher relationships. If opportunity allows, interact with the child and perform any relevant assessments. 5. Review the syllabus for specific instructions on how to submit observation papers and due dates. The observations will be graded according to the indictors on the attached rubric. 6. Follow the exact format provided. The reflection questions should be double-spaced. You must follow all APA guidelines for organizing your paper (title page, running head, 1” margins, size 12 Times New Roman font, citations, reference page.) Use the following headings/format in your case study: Introduction Write an introductory paragraph that addresses the importance of observing children, restates the purpose of the assignment, and introduces the child. Provide any available Professor Hassan EDU-133-400 01/2020 demographical background information about the child and details about the educational environment of the observation. Use a fictional name to protect the child’s privacy. Reflection Questions Each of the following questions must be answered in a separate paragraph with a topic sentence. Label each paragraph with a subheading: Physical development Cognitive development Psychosocial development Moral development Linguistic development Questions 1-5. Is the child on track, delayed, or advanced in their development? Elaborate on the child’s attainment of each of the five domains of development as they compare to typically-developing children. Include the Piaget, Erikson, and Kohlberg stage the child appears to be in. Give evidence and appropriate examples of attributes observed that demonstrate the child is in that stage. Describe the different tasks and/or assessment tools that were used to evaluate the child’s development. Cite the textbook to support evidence of stage attainment. Questions 6. What additional connections can you find between the text and your observations of the child? Identify and briefly explain the new concepts. Then describe the connection to the child. You must cite the textbook. Professor Hassan EDU-133-400 01/2020 Conclusion In the closing paragraph, describe your overall impression of this observation. Offer a suggestion for the teacher(s) regarding the child’s continued growth and development. TOTAL POINTS: Name: Child Observation # 2 Communication ______/ 8 points ______________ /50 Age of child: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Point deductions for any errors in: • Academic Punctuation (1 pt.) • Academic Spelling (1 pt.) • Academic Grammar (1 pt.) • APA Format (Including title page, citations, reference page) (3 pts.) • Introduction and concluding paragraph (2 pts) Communication and Information Literacy Skills will be measured by these indicators: Not MetStudent demonstrates errors in mechanics that detract from content DevelopingStudent demonstrates errors in mechanics MetStudent demonstrates no errors in mechanics ExceededIn addition to the “Met” performance, student demonstrates use of language to enhance content AACC Competency: Communication & NAEYC Supportive Skill 3: Written Communication: Student’s appropriate use of academic punctuation, spelling and grammar and word processing demonstrates an ability to communicate effectively in written form. NOT MET DEVELOPING MET EXCEEDED AACC Competency: Information Literacy & NAEYC Supportive Skill 5: Identifying and Using Professional Resources: Student locates, evaluates, and uses appropriate information from multiple professional resources. NOT MET DEVELOPING MET EXCEEDED The following objectives/competencies/principles will be measured by these indicators: Not MetStudent demonstrates no understanding of the identified criteria DevelopingStudent demonstrates partial understanding of the identified criteria (e.g. errors or omissions) MetStudent demonstrates thorough understanding of identified criteria ExceededIn addition to the “Met” performance, the student demonstrates in depth connections and/or provides multiple examples (e.g. other courses, research) Course Learning Outcomes Professor Hassan EDU-133-400 01/2020 D: Student’s completion of Physical Development on chart demonstrates observation of gross and fine motor development in children NOT MET DEVELOPING MET EXCEEDED E: Student’s completion of Language, Moral and Psycho-social Development in the reflection demonstrates observation of language development, moral development and personality development of children NOT MET DEVELOPING MET EXCEEDED B: Student’s completion of the reflection demonstrates observation of developmental milestones within the prenatal period, infancy, toddlerhood, early childhood, school-age and adolescent years NOT MET DEVELOPING MET EXCEEDED NAEYC 3: Student’s completion of the reflection demonstrates observation, documenting and assessing to support young children and families NOT MET DEVELOPING MET EXCEEDED Reflection -Each question thoroughly addresses the specific requirements established in the direction sheet - Each topic in a separate paragraph with a heading and topic sentence 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1. Physical Development 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2.Cognitive development NA ______/ 42 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 01 2 3 4 5 6 7 3.Psychosocial development 4. Moral development 5. Linguistic development 6. What additional connections can you find between the text and your observations of the child? Course Learning Outcomes C: Student’s answer to question 1-5 demonstrates reflection of the “Whole Child” (cognitive, emotional, psychological and physical) NOT MET DEVELOPING MET EXCEEDED M: Student’s answer to questions 1-6 demonstrates extrapolated observations as related to seminar discussion on guided topics NOT MET DEVELOPING MET EXCEEDED InTASC #1-Learner Development: Student’s response to question 1-5 demonstrate an understanding of how children learn and develop NOT MET DEVELOPING MET EXCEEDED Professor Hassan EDU-133-400 01/2020 #6- Assessment: Student’s response to questions 1-5 demonstrates an understanding of uses multiple methods of assessment. NOT MET DEVELOPING MET EXCEEDED NAEYC #1: Student’s answers to all questions demonstrate Promoting Child Development and Learning NOT MET DEVELOPING MET EXCEEDED NA CEC Standards #4 – Assessment: Student’s response to questions 1-5 demonstrates an understanding of assessment procedures. NOT MET DEVELOPING MET EXCEEDED ...
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Running Head: CHILD DEVELOPMENT

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Child Observation
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CHILD DEVELOPMENT

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Child development
Introduction

Observation in children education and development is the process of keep track of a
student's behavior over time. Educators can track and asses each child progress through the
patterns they created documentation. The method involves listening, watching and asking
questions they observe children interact with their surrounding and people around them.
Importance of children observation
It is through observation that educators can help asses and establish children's
weaknesses and strengths. Children educators and caretaker can observe and adjusts the
programming in the children environment to facilitates their development. Observation and
children behavior analysis helps in building stronger relationship and connection make
socialization more meaningful. Observation enables planning of continuous quality improvement
through the children assessment process. Finally, observation is a significant way of igniting
learning and development in children (Aras, 2016).
Physical development
James is on track as he responds to the teacher's requests and in time. Although he needs
follows in his assignments, he interacts well with other children and doesn't like arguments and
fights. Another reason that makes James be a kid who is on track is the fact that he is polite and
generous; he wants to share his toy with his friends and help them as well. The behavior of
balancing playing indoors and outdoors also strengthens the point that James is on track

CHILD DEVELOPMENT

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Domains of child development

Physical development
Physical development in children includes mastering of motor skills, movement and
balance. In this level children play, throwing and catching balls, walking up and down without
assistance and can even balance on a beam. James, in this case, is typically and physically on
track as he can play both indo...

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