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Observation: The Key to Responsive Teaching DVD and Workbook

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Observation: The Key to Responsive Teaching, DVD and Workbook

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Observation: The Key to Responsive Teaching

When teachers observe in a purposeful way, they form stronger relationships with children and families and become more responsive to children’s individual needs in the classroom.

A companion piece to The Power of Observation, the workbook and DVD guide teachers through the four phases of using observation to teach responsively:

  1. asking questions
  2. watching, listening, and recording
  3. reflecting
  4. responding.

Sixteen exercises are linked to 3- to 5-minute video clips to give teachers practice in observing children in action as they work, play, and interact with adults, materials, and other children.

Includes: DVD; workbook, 97 pages

Authors
 

Judy R. Jablon
Judy Jablon, M.S., is a nationally recognized educator and author with more than 30 years of experience in early childhood and primary education. Orginally a teacher, Judy is grounded in theory and practice that emphasizes child development, observation, critical thinking, and experiential learning. In her role as early childhood consultant, Judy provides facilitation, leadership coaching, and training to a wide range of educational agencies. She has co-authored numerous publications, most recently Teaching Strategies' DVD The Creative Curriculum® for Preschool in Action!

 

Charlotte Stetson
Charlotte Stetson has been active in the field of Early Childhood Education for more than 25 years. She earned a master's degree from Lesley College and has taught children ranging in age from 18 months to 8 years. She currently works with preschool and elementary school teachers in the areas of developmentally appropriate curriculum, instruction, and assessment. She is also is a Senior Member of the Work Sampling System's national faculty. She has contributed to the writing of Constructing Curriculum for the Primary Grades and Work Sampling in the Classroom. She is the primary author of You Can Count on Mother Goose, a family guide for helping young children learn math skills through literature.