A Guide to Classroom Observation by Clement Adelman

By Clement Adelman

For plenty of scholar academics the school room is an odd and most likely uncontrollable setting. This booklet indicates how the interval of school room commentary, which for many scholars precedes educating perform, performs a big half during this transition strategy.

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By Clement Adelman

For plenty of scholar academics the school room is an odd and most likely uncontrollable setting. This booklet indicates how the interval of school room commentary, which for many scholars precedes educating perform, performs a big half during this transition strategy.

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A NOTE ON QUESTIONNAIRES 29 Interviewing pupils In some schools it will be expected that you should talk fairly informally to individuals and small groups of children. In other schools it will be expected that all relationships between teachers and pupils should be formalized. For those who do have the opportunity to talk informally to children, in or out of classes, we have included in the ‘Observation resource book’ some notes on how to interview children. Documentation In some courses students are asked to produce case studies of both the school and of individual children.

It poured with rain on Sunday and I did not expect them to turn up, but four children arrived on the doorstep at the specified time and could not understand why I should contemplate not going. We went. We got soaked but they did not notice and had to be persuaded to go home after about one and a half hours. At first they complained that there were no fish but once they discovered the mud was full of creatures they were overjoyed. We went home and dried out and then examined the mud. Katie drew many of the animals and described them.

See Look—all we can see is that great big fat lump. Well—why—what’s that doing there? SECTION 1. 8) I don’t know. Well it’s —it’s sort of — —hasn’t dissolved has it? No. … Let’s—let’s take some of the stuff that hasn’t got lumps in it. 6) Gail’s. Colin. 4) Yes get rid of it Jane. We can’t even see anything. Aren’t we clever at science? Well perhaps there’s nothing to see yet. Aren’t we—aren’t we clever at science Colin? Not very no. Ooh! 8) Now then what have we got to do—you’ve got to look at this as it cools down.

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