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week 12 Original post: Thu 4/12/2018 at 11:54 AM

Observation, Interpretation, Implementation of findings and ongoing evaluation depend on one another in a plethora of ways. The first step is to Observe, which means you’re going to be noting facts and watching children in a structured way. That bring me to the next step which is to interpret your observations, the whole point of observing in a structured way is so that you can figure out how a child is developing or why they are behaving a certain way. After you interpret your observations you then have a implementation of findings, meaning that you saw that Sarah was constantly taking a pink mat from Jolene, so you provided a pink mat for Sarah and Jolene, Sarah no longer took Jolene’s mat and quit throwing behaviors left and right. By using your finding to implement a solution you fixed the problem. The last step is ongoing evaluation, this is just as crucial as the other steps in the process, how do you know where you have gone if you don’t know where you started? By creating a baseline and doing continued evaluations you get to actually see the progress (or lack thereof) implementing solutions for various problems. I listed all of these out in a step by step process, but they are all dependent on each other, if one step of the process is missing the other steps are weak.

Re: week 12 Posted: Fri 4/13/2018 at 2:46 PM, in reply to Amanda Bush

I really like your post this week. It is kind of difficult to explain how they all work together but you did a great job. I really like how you talked about finding solutions to the problem and then testing it to see if it works. Some kids have a bad day and some kids have behaviors by observing and following the process it helps to figure out which one it is and ways that we can fix the problem or just help the child in general. Sometimes kids don’t know how to tell us what is wrong so they show behaviors instead. Great post.

Re: week 12 Posted: Sun 4/15/2018 at 10:38 AM, in reply to Amanda Bush

Great post Amanda! I think you did an excellent job explaining how the three are related to each other. I like that you gave explanations and examples of the steps so that the reader is able to follow along with you thought process. I completely agree with what you said and like how you explained it. The process requires all three steps to be successful. Like you said, if one of the steps is skipped, the others would be weak. I really liked your example as well. It is easy to see the reason for Sarah's behavior the way you typed it out, but if you were the teacher in the classroom you might not see that the pink mat was what caused all the fuss. It is much easier to see the reasons for behavior when it is written out as observations.

Re: week 12 Posted: Sun 4/15/2018 at 11:27 PM, in reply to Amanda Bush

Amanda, I think you did very well at explaining your post. I also really liked how you explained with a scenario. Thank you. I also agree with you they are all very dependent on each other.

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