classroom obeservation

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Team Observation Summary 1 Running head: Classroom Observation Summary Classroom Observation Summary EDU/305 August 29, 2010
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Team Observation Summary 2 Introduction The members of our team completed classroom observations of students in the early childhood developmental stage. The stage of development in the six to seven year old age range would be concrete operations. Children in this stage appear to have adult like logic but have difficulty applying to real life situations. Children realize their thoughts may be different than others. We observed the behaviors of the students for at least thirty minutes in different settings. During these observations we paid close attention to theories the teachers used during the instruction. We also noted activities the students participated in, how the teacher handled discipline issues, and the interaction within the classroom. After completing and reflecting on our observations, we were able to determine specific theories and form a discussion on how they were applied application of the social development theory. Social learning theory is primarily based on an idea that learning and behaviors are the result of the routine and repeated patterns
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