This video provides documentary footage helping students learn about event and time-sampling observation. Filmmakers will observe two children during free play at preschool. They begin filming a three-year-old girl for thirty seconds every ten minutes.
Study clips show every interaction where Laura spoke to another child or adult, or was spoken to, during a preschool free play session.
A three-year-old boy seems to be involved in frequent disruptions. Filmmakers take study clips for thirty seconds every ten minutes during free play at preschool.
Study clips show every interaction where David is involved in a disruption during a preschool free play session.
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Learning how to do Event or Time Sample observations is as easy as child’s play with this unique program. Throughout the program, you will see practical examples of both techniques being used and you will have the opportunity to join in and practice your own observations. The program offers uninterrupted sequences focusing on individual children, presenting an opportunity to observe child behavior at an increased level of detail, with the ability to repeat as often as needed.
Length: 45 minutes
Copyright date: ©2000
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