90 Minute Infant Observation Term Paper by Top Papers

90 Minute Infant Observation
An outline of an observation of a female infant in a daycare setting.
# 138349 | 1,250 words | 0 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Education (Early Childhood) , Child, Youth Issues (General)


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The writer relates that the child had no visible disabilities and was able to communicate through hand jesters and limited wording what her wants were. The writer further relates that she appeared to have a short attention span because a video was playing on a television and she began watching with the other children, but she soon got up and went to the other side of the classroom to play. The writer describes how she was very interested in the stimuli in different areas of the classroom and she remained active playing for the 90 minute observation period.

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"Observe an infant for at least 90 minutes. This observation period can be broken into three 30 minutes, two 45 minutes, etc. I observed a female child of 18 months for 90 minutes in a daycare setting. She had no visible disabilities and was able to communicate through hand gestures and limited wording what her wants were. She appeared to have a short attention span because a video was playing on a television and she began watching with the other children, but soon got up and went to the other side of the classroom to play. She was very interested in the stimuli in different areas of the classroom--she took..."

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