@gosalagean14 asked 1 month ago.

How do you undertake observations to gather detailed information about the children’s learning?

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@affolanno answered 1 month ago.

When you’re making observations, it’s important to make sure that the information you’re gathering is detailed because that will help you to make changes that are informed. This means that you need to make observations across different areas of the classroom.
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@zadebyla answered 1 month ago.

It is important to remember that observing a child in their natural environment is the best way to gather detailed information about their learning.
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@ilolawe answered 1 month ago.

You must use a detailed observation to gather information about the children’s learning. You’ll be spending the whole day with the children, so use a checklist to collect specific information about the children’s learning.
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@kazidderinn answered 1 month ago.

You must use a detailed observation to gather information about the children’s learning. You’ll be spending the whole day with the children, so use a checklist to collect specific information about the children’s learning.
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@gofusettunna answered 1 month ago.

Observation is a crucial skill in any teacher’s toolkit. It gives you an opportunity to find out what your students know and what they need to learn next. Observation allows you to see what they can do for themselves and what they need help with.

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