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The Power of Observation Acknowledgments Foreword by Diane Trister Dodge Chapter 1: Introduction A Personal Look at Observation Beyond a Set of Skills: Observing as an Attitude of Openness What Lies Ahead Chapter 2: Using Observation to Build Relationships Getting to Know Each Child Respecting and Appreciating Children Connecting With Children Fostering Children?s Competence and Success Chapter 3: You as Observer What You Bring to Observing Striving for Objectivity Chapter 4: Guidelines for Effective Observation Observe Over Time Watch Children in Varied Situations Keep Track of What You Observe Observe In and Out of the Action Chapter 5: Becoming a Skilled Observer What Do I Want to Find Out? When and Where Should I Observe? How Do I Record What I Observe? How Do I Organize the Information I Collect? Chapter 6: Using What You Learn Revisiting the Practice of Observation Making Your Program Responsive to Children Responding to Individuals and the Group Chapter 7: Getting Started: Observing Every Day Tips for Getting Started Reflect on the Rewards of Observing Make Observing Part of Your Daily Routine Appendix A: The Power of Learning With Others: A Study Guide Appendix B: Frequently Asked Questions References Resources
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Observation (Educational method).