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Observational Analysis: Part 3 - Final Paper In this observational analysis paper on Mrs. Quinby’s fourth grade class at Wayside Elementary School located in Bakersfield, California, I will discuss several details concerning the student demographics, the student diversity, ethnic makeup, along with gender, and the socioeconomic status as well. I will further detail the lesson plan, and the activities that I observed. I will also evaluate and examine the learning theories that were instituted by Mrs. Quinby in room 20. Wayside Elementary sits in the middle of southcentral Bakersfield with 84.8 % being Hispanic per the website (Graphiq, 01). And, approximately 95.3% of the student population participate in the National School Lunch Program because the family’s income falls under $15,171 annually in 2015. Subsequently, Wayside is in performance review by the state of California and 2015 – 16 school year they were in their 5 th year of program improvement because they are a low – performing school; even though this school has made Adequate Yearly Progress for many of the measures met 9 out of 9 possible measures, met the 90% attendance target, which was 95%, and the 95% participation rate objective for state exams in English (99%) and Mathematics (98%). Wayside has been a part of California’s Program Improvement since 2003 – 2004 school year. However, my focus with this paper is to discuss and examine developmental theories, and how these theories could have been used to enhance Mrs. Quinby’s teaching and understanding.
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