CCLD MU 2.2: Contribute to the support of child and young person development
1.2 Different type of observation methods
Narratives: detailed account of eveything you see the child doing ie if you want to how well a child gets on with othere you have to observe the child with an activity within a group of children
Anecdotal:records & details of what the child says & does, what's happened,when it happened,when,where what is said & done.
time sampling: observeing for in a period of time
Event records:written of records on what happens before & afterwards
Checklists: basic line asses tick sheet, questions on piece paper asking if a child can jump with his/her feet together or can skip you would tick the sheet for theyre development progress
Group/interacts:observating the child on social skills, what a child is like within group & how involved the child is.
Diary: personal book has the child likes/dislikes favourtive activity(i.e singing,painting,playing outside)any addittions needs,development skills
With/Without Adults: see how the children inreact with an adult & how child inreact with other with out adult present(i.e playtime in the yard)
1.4 My example giving on how to meet the childs invidivual needs is with play. If a child who loves to paint but has diffculties of holding tools such as paint brush or sissors, how would i meet the child needs? I would therefore check the child personal record to see if he has any underline medicial records for this, speak to another member of staff explained to them that i will be doing a new task for all the children to get involved but esp to child A as i know it would encourage him/her to be more confident in taking part in this actitviy as the child may feel annoyed or sad that theyre can't hold a brush properly or struggle with doing so. I would introduced child A to different techinque of painting i.e potatoes shapes,sponges finger prints painting or even hands & feet painting. child A will start to get...