EC200/EEC2613 Rasmussen Mod 2 Extracting Relevant Information Case Study


Rasmussen College

Question Description

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Take notes on what you see/hear and organize them based on the questions below

What developmental information have you discovered about Zinnia? Be sure to include development across all PILES domains.

After evaluating your notes, are they objective?

Are they any areas of bias evident in your observation? Reflect upon your thoughts as you observe-did you notice yourself creating any judgements about her development or behavior which was not "subjective"?

Your submission should be at least one (1) page in length. You do not need to submit your notes. But use them to create responses to these questions, providing detailed examples and evidence.

Final Answer


Zinnia a child at school together with her friends are in the garden together with their
teacher. She discovers an earthworm that she continuously scoops with a small spade. I would
say that this scenario is rather a clear definition of PILE domains. Physically, Zinnia engages
herself together with her friends in very clear manner. Zinnia is busy scooping ...

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