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LOOKING TO LEARN
WHILE LEARNING TO LOOK

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by PHYLLIS GUTHRIE

1st edition, June 1991, 118 pages, $14.95
ISBN 978-0-89641-213-2  Review Shopping Cart


This handbook fulfills the current state mandated requirements for direct observation. Its purpose is to help teachers become more visually and perceptually alert to children and youths of all ages. The book includes numerous figures, charts, checklists, and examples to aid in teacher observation.

Contents

Chapter 1: The History of Observing Children

Chapter 2: Observation as a Study Tool

Chapter 3: Issues Concerning Effective Observation

Chapter 4: Methods of Recording Observations

Chapter 5: Anecdotal Records

Chapter 6: Selective Perception

Chapter 7: Related Topics

Chapter 8: Practical Application of Observational Skills

Bibliography and References

Appendix

About the Author

Phyllis Guthrie is a Professor of Education at Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas.

 

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