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Careers with Children Bellringer: How would you describe a parent who has a parenting style of Permissive. Provide Examples of typical behaviors
We have focused on guidance Positive Guidance Strategies Child Misbehaviors Working with problem children Maslow's Hierarchy – Looking beyond the child’s behavior Parenting styles Today… we are switching gears! These past few weeks….
Today I will be able to: Explain difference between subjective and objective Describe difference between anecdotal and running record Use my knowledge of types of record while performing my own observations. Today’s Targets:
Recognizing what we are recording is fact or opinion. A lot of times we get caught off guard with out emotions and the actions of others seem to escalate Important to be AWARE of this! How do we prevent biases??
Subjective- information that is given from a person’s opinion. Can be based off of fact, BUT it is one person’s interpretation of that fact. EXAMPLES: newspaper & editorials Objective- information that provides many points of view. Intended to be unbiased. EXAMPLES: News reporters, encyclopedias, reference materials. Objective vs. Subjective
We are going to watch 2 trailers for the new movie Wreck it Ralph. YOUR TASK: Identify which trailer provides subjective information and objective information Trailer 1: Trailer 2: MB334S7R94#! MB334S7R94# Which one is subjective?? Objective? WHY? Let’s take a try…
Wreck it Ralph Trailer 1: Follows character Explains only plot line Trailer 2: Commentary… “It’s finally here!” “Remarkable in everyway!” Do you see it?
How does this fit in with working in child care centers?
Caregivers are there to look over the children, teaching and watching their behavior. When misbehaviors occur or we need to troubleshoot to figure out WHY a child is acting a certain way it is Important to provide accurate information. Observations are key! Tying it all in
Observations Running Record Examines the child as well as their behaviors Very Specific Word for word – minute by minute Anecdotal Record Examines the child in their environment Looks for a specific incident or behavior that interests them and documents Describe who what when where and what was said, body movements etc.
Important to focus on what you are writing! Important to pay attention to HOW you are writing and not adding opinion in observation. Stating the plain facts Example: She drew a picture of a dog VS She drew a beautiful picture of a dog
Activity You are going to be holding your own observations today. Class will be split into 2 groups and each group will be playing a game ½ will be observing and recording what they see and other half will be playing Running record, anecdotal record
Debrief Running record folks: What did you notices about behavior of students? Anecdotal folks: What did you notice about behavior Listening to both side do you notice similarities with descriptions? Differences? ** Rank understanding of what we talked about to day and write any questions you have on your notes and we will address it tomorrow!