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Hi, i'm doing an assignment on child development for the FD early years i have to do four observations one on physical development, cognitive,emotional and social development. i can only use one narrative observation the others have to be different types of observations does any one have any proformas i can use or any ideas.

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Hi Safia,

I've attached some documents that we use occasionally when we're looking at a particular area of learning, or a specific child we need to get detailed obs for. They might help. :o

Assessment_in_personal.doc

Assessment_in_Physical_Development.doc

Assessment_in_Mathematics.doc

Assessment_in_Language_and_Literacy.doc

Assessment_in_Knowledge.doc

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Hi Safia,

I've attached some documents that we use occasionally when we're looking at a particular area of learning, or a specific child we need to get detailed obs for. They might help. :o

thankyou these look really uselful to help with observations and what to put on post it notes. my staff seem to be writing the same things all the time. is there one for creative.

 

thanks

 

angela

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Hi, i'm doing an assignment on child development for the FD early years i have to do four observations one on physical development, cognitive,emotional and social development. i can only use one narrative observation the others have to be different types of observations does any one have any proformas i can use or any ideas.
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Hi crichardson, and welcome to the forum :o If you're having problems posting, you just need to click on "Add reply", and away you go! Happy posting.
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Hi crichardson,

Don't give up!! :o

Scroll further down the page until you get to the three buttons: fast reply, add reply and new topic

Click on "add reply" and type your post. Then, scroll down until you see "Add reply" and click on that.

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Hi Aimee and welcome from me too.

 

It would be very interesting to hear about the differences and similarities between the two early years sectors.

 

My nephew is in school in Sydney and when his parents were over here they had the opportunity to see my daughter's reception classroom. They were amazed to see how play orientated the room was.

 

Although he started school later, their son was expected to spend a lot of time sitting at tables writing from that age of four in the Kindergarten. Is this a common theme in Australia or is this particular setting unusual?

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nursery name and children's names on them prob not a good idea for posting......unless they're fictional of course

 

Deb, if you're referring to the ones cathy_m has posted I think they must be fictional. If you read through the bits at the beginning it says

The following section includes some proformas, which you could use or adapt for different types of observations. All can be used in any setting, including a childminder’s home. There are two versions of each, showing minor adjustments, then two completed versions showing the sort of information you might observe and record.
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