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A Key Component to Quality Care: Observation and Assessment

4 Hours in Observation and Assessment

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Introduction

Learning child observation skills can be a powerful tool for solving some of the most important problems faced by child care providers. Concerned about how to discipline a child? Want to know how to plan successful activities? Observation skills can help.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand the purposes of observation

  • Identify the reasons for objectivity and accuracy

  • Understand interpretation purposes

  • Understand how to overcome barriers and obstacles

  • Identify different approaches of observation

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