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Observing in Schools A Guide for Students in Teacher Education

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ISBN-10: 0205401406

ISBN-13: 9780205401406

Edition: 2006

Authors: Eugene E. Provenzo, William E. Blanton

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Description:

Offering observation suggestions and forms to aid student observations, the text also includes both theoretical and practical information about observations.
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Book details

List price: $55.20
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/8/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Preface
Acknowledgments
For Faculty and Students Using this Book
Doing Fieldwork In Education
Conducting Observation and Interview Research
Why Beginning Teachers Need to do Fieldwork Anthropology and Traditions of Observation Observing and Noticing
Things Observing Language Observing Authority and Power
On the Non-Neutrality of the Observer Creating an Individual School or District Profile
Entering into a School Setting Setting up a School Observation Guidelines for Writing Field
Notes Participant Observation Field
Notes Journals and Diaries Creating a Journal or Diary Writing and Reflection
Ethical Issues
Conclusion
Observation Instruments
General Observation of a Classroom Observing an Individual Student
Student Interaction in the Classroom
Impressions of Student Characteristics Understanding
How Well Students Understand Instruction
Observing on a Child with a Learning or Behavior
Problem Observing a Child who is Exceptionally
Bright or Creative Learning about Teachers Routines
Phases of Instruction Observing Language
Arts Instruction Observing Reading Instruction
Reading Skills Instruction Observation
Observing Pre-Reading Activities
Observing Physical Education
Instruction Observing Instruction for English
Language Learners Observing School
Related Meetings Observing a Media Center
Observing a Technology Lab Observing a Cafeteria
Observing the Integration of Technology into Classroom
Instruction Observing Art Instruction Observing
Band Instruction Observing in a Museum, Exploratorium
Planeterium or Exhibition Looking for Root Metaphors in the Classroom
Interview Instruments
Learning about a Teacher as an Individual Learning about a School
Administrator as an Individual Interviewing a Student (Understanding How Well Students Understand Instruction)
A Three-step Model for Conducting Classroom
Observations and Interviews and Participating in Classroom Activity
Bibliography