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Unformatted text preview: Observation: One Childs Experience The purpose of this observation is to focus on one child who has a special need (e.g., gifted, LD, ELL, SBD, etc.) and observe his or her learning in a lesson. You will have to communicate with the teacher about the purpose of the observation and have him or her assist in selecting the student. Also, you will need to be careful that in observing the student, you do not make him or her feel uncomfortable. Use the template below to record notes. Focus Area Evidence of Accommodations or Modifications My Additional Ideas Physical Environment Desk arrangement Placement of student Bulletin boards, displays Posters Accessibility of tools-desk in front of class-no distractions of posters or classroom dcor in sight-classroom expectations directly stated and in sight of student. -all tools in desk-because it was one on one instruction I would take student to a more secluded area than normal desk area with classmates surrounding him working on other tasks.him working on other tasks....
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- Spring '11