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Observing and recording the behavior of young children 3rd ed.

Observing and recording the behavior of young children 3rd ed.

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Cohen, Dorothy H. Balaban, Nancy , 1928- Stern, Virginia.
Title Statement
Observing and recording the behavior of young children / Dorothy H. Cohen, Virginia Stern with Nancy Balaban.
판사항
3rd ed. / with Nancy Balaban.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University ,   1983.  
Physical Medium
x, 213 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
080772713X
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 207-208) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Child psychology -- Methodology.
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245 1 0 ▼a Observing and recording the behavior of young children / ▼c Dorothy H. Cohen, Virginia Stern with Nancy Balaban.
250 ▼a 3rd ed. / ▼b with Nancy Balaban.
260 ▼a New York : ▼b Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University , ▼c 1983.
300 ▼a x, 213 p. ; ▼c 23 cm.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. 207-208) and index.
650 0 ▼a Child psychology ▼x Methodology.
700 1 ▼a Balaban, Nancy , ▼d 1928-
700 1 ▼a Stern, Virginia.
945 ▼a KINS

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
PREFACE = ⅸ
Chapter 1: GETTING STARTED = 1
 Why Records? = 1
 There Are Many Kinds of Records = 5
 Language as a Tool in Recording = 7
Chapter 2: RECORDING A CHILD'S BEHAVIOR DURING ROUTINES = 11
 Organizing the Infor mation = 11
 The Meaning of Routines to Young Children = 15
 Recording Eating Behavior = 17
 Recording Toileting Behavior = 20
 Recording Behavior at Resting Time = 22
 Recording of Behavior = 24
 Generalizing from the Records = 25
Chapter 3: RECORDING A CHILD'S USE OF MATERIALS = 29
 The Meaning of Materials to Children = 29
 Details to Observe in Recording a Child's Use of Materials = 34
 Records of Use of Materials = 36
 The Unique Quality of the Child, or How the Child Does What = 38
 Records Illustrating Detail = 41
 Interpretation or Changing Patterns of Behavior in Relation to Materials: A Summary = 45
 Records of Overall Response to Materials = 47
Chapter 4: RECORDING CHILDREN'S BEHAVIOR WITH ONE ANOTHER = 49
 How Children Learn to Socialize = 49
 Do We Really See What Is Going On? = 52
 Details to Look for in Observing a Child's Behavior with Other Children = 55
 Resum$${\acute e}$$ of Details of a Single Episode = 64
 Group Membership = 66
 Summary of a Child's Behavior with Other Children = 68
Chapter 5: RECORDING CHILDREN'S BEHAVIOR IN DRAMATIC PLAY = 70
 Records of Dramatic Play = 72
 Children Take on Roles (Persig Play) = 73
 Children Play with Symbolic Objects (Obsing Play) = 78
 Assessing the Content (Persig and Obsig) = 80
 Social Aspects of Dramatic Play = 81
 Summary of a Child's Behavior During Dramatic Play = 85
Chapter 6: THE CHILD'S REALATIONSHIPS WITH ADULTS AND IN ADULT-DIRECTED ACTIVITIES = 87
 Recording a Child's Interaction with an Adult = 88
 The Child in Teacher-Directed Group Activities = 90
Chapter 7: CLUES TO COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING: STAGE-RELATED STYLE = 97
 How Do Children Learn? = 97
 Cognitive Style Is Related to Stage of Development = 102
Chapter 8: CLUES TO COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING: INDIVIDUAL STYLE = 112
 Idiosyncratic Cognitive Style Reflects Temperament and Culture = 112
 How Much Does a Child Know? = 120
Chapter 9: OBSERVING CHILDREN DEVELOP THE POWER TO THINK = 124
 Children's Thought Processes That Indicate Intellectual Development = 124
Chapter 10: RECORDING CHILDREN'S DEVELOPING LANGUAGE = 137
 To What End Does a Child Use Language? = 138
 Technical Aspects of Language Development = 143
Chapter 11: OBSERVING AND RECORDING THE BEHAVIOR OF INFANTS AND FODDLERS = 146
 Making Sense of What You See = 146
 The Value of Recording = 148
 Time = 148
 What to Observe = 149
Chapter 12: RECORDING THE BEHAVIOR OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL PROBLEMS = 178
 Physical Functioning and Development = 179
 Relationships with People = 182
 Affective Models = 183
 Cognitive Functioning = 185
 Language and Speech = 188
 Ego Functioning = 190
 General Impression = 192
Chapter 13: PATTERNS-SUMMARY-AND INTERPRETATION = 194
 Patterns = 194
 Need for a Summary = 195
 Adjustment to School = 197
 Features of the Final Summary = 197
 Interpretation = 200
 Final Summary = 202
SUGGESTED READING = 207
INDEX = 209


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