kidwatching - are not random. . .. What an adult assumes to...

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Kidwatching
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What does this child know about addition?
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What does this child know about addition?
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Can you confrm or reject your prediction?
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Kidwatchers . . . take notes of what their students know and can do attempt to understand children’s ways of constructing and expressing knowledge probe . . . “What makes you think so?” “Why did you choose to do it this way?” use what they learn to shape their curriculum and instruction Owocki, 2010, p 2-3
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Kidwatchers believe . . . “children’s hypotheses or ‘errors’ or ‘miscues’
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Unformatted text preview: are not random. . .. What an adult assumes to be erroneous often reFects development in the child. childrens expressions of language . . . reFect their current schemas, or working models for how language works. Owocki, 2010, p. 4 Kidwatchers believe . . . ALL children have literacy knowledge. assessment provides the most signifcant inFormation when it occurs simultaneously with learning experiences. Owocki, 2010, chapter 1...
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2011 for the course EDRE 4850 taught by Professor Teddimartin during the Spring '11 term at North Texas.

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