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Unformatted text preview: Agenda Field logs/Traditions review Reading response and field log analysis Break Socialization: Processes and outcomes Relationships: Context and Impact (Paper Due 2/15) Field log practice Pair up Experience of note taking Thin or thick description- enough to understand Note making- whose perspective was captured - insider versus outsider perspective- suggest other meanings Field log practice Data varies Best to include childrens names Be specific Include enough context (?) Push away from right or wrong, generalizations about the child, parents influence Recognize, reconcile, and move away from your personal lens to the insider perspective Struggle with the level of meaning Let the readings guide what you are looking for Traditions.2.2.Karyn Shared field logs: Developing and posting consistent format for field log data Heading: Event: Observer: Date/Time: Also present: Summary statement: Selected follow up questions: Points to clarify: Refer to or look for further readings: Field log detail: Shared field logs: Developing and posting consistent format for field log data How: As an attachment, 12 font ,double spaced Please post as: Name of event. date of observation. your name (e.g. Traditions.2.2.Karyn) Where: Post in small group discussion board area (On website - to find: select communication then select group pages) How and where: Post shared entry in topic area(s) (may post in more than one) Shared field logs: Developing and posting consistent format for field log data Thin description versus thick description Keep note taking and note making separate Number data segments in order to refer to them easily as the entry develops Use italics for note-making comments, to capture your own voice (e.g. what you say, ask and think throughout the observation) Bold items that you that you consider worthy of follow-up observations or questions Select and underline salient questions to follow up Name the event Create a summary View field logs through readings lens Temperament Middle childhood development Motivation, interest, achievement Emotional regulation Reading Response Please post as: author. date for class. your name (e.g. Eccles.2.6.Melissa) Melissa/ Eccles: The development of children ages 6-14 Ashley K./ Kristal: School-age children: Learning, working, making friends Kristen/ Braungart-Rieker & Hill: Emotion regulation Stacy/ Jalongo: Beyond benchmarks and scores Purpose/ Intentionality Review traditions through the lens of one reading Give experience with how to apply readings to field logs Practice making meaning through observations Combining and building our perspectives Reading Response Please post as: author. date for class. your name (e.g. Eccles.2.6.Melissa) Melissa/ Eccles: The development of children ages 6-14 Ashley K./ Kristal: School-age children: Ashley K....
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