Essays on Child Observation

Child Observation In UK: Emily’s Case

Within the UK Child and family social workers have a statutory duty under the Children Act (1989) to promote the welfare of all children (section 17) and protect children from significant harm (section 47). Harm is defined within the Children Act (1989), means ill-treatment or the impairment of health or development (section 31). Therefore, for...

Commentary On An Observation Of A Focus Child

There are many different learning theories and concepts that begin to unravel the complicated and lengthy process of how children develop. These theories help to paint a detailed picture on how children develop socially, behaviourally, linguistically and cognitively. They also dive into the world of physical and communicative development. All of these combined allow for...
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Case Of Child Observation: Four-year-old Boy

For the child that I observed he was a four-year-old little boy. I observed him in my home while he was doing a few different things in his normal environment. His options on what things he could were limited since the day before I did the observation, he got in trouble for punching another kid...

Case Study: Amani Observation

I have enjoyed observing and interacting with Amani. Amani is always smiling, except when she does not get her way. I connect with her, see laugh and get energized when I come around. On my first day of observation on February 9, 2020, she is dressed in a pink top and bottom with matching socks....
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Experience Of Three-years-old Observation

The way I decided to observe this child was through a naturalistic observation. He is three and a half years old, small blue eyed blonde haired boy, I met him through a friend of mine who is constantly around children through home care services, such as nannying, and through working at park districts. Either way,...

The Role Of Observation In The Montessori Classroom

Observation plays a key role in the Montessori classroom. Observation is a way of looking, at something very carefully. A child feels safe and secure when they sense that you know them. Observation can help you know the child better which can help in building trust and better relationship with the child. It also helps...
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Age Stage: Early Childhood Observation

Location of observation: The Paulsens’ house is two stories. With the main living area being on the ground level and the entrance of the house. There are spacious living-dining- kitchen are, office, a huge backyard, spacious deck with pool, a grill, laundry room, guest bathroom, and master bedroom. On our lower level there is a...
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