My Reflection On Focus Child Learning Development

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During my semester I was given a focus child. Throughout this whole semester I observe and documented my focus child learning development and assess to see if she is developing correctly. She is two and half years old and she lives at home with her mother and father. As I observe my focus child I noticed her temperaments. She is very active and after sometime of seeing you she warms up to you, but at first she could be standoffish. She’s still a young toddler so her attention span is short, but she can participate in activities. Continuing to observe my focus child her multiple intelligences are visual-spatial and interpersonal. She loves to draw and play with puzzles, but at the same time when she interacts with others that’s when she learns her best. When theirs other children involved she seems to have more interest in the activity which influences her literacy and language development. I’ve noticed how she would pay attention to the activity more because other children are involved, so that shows me that she learns better in groups. When it comes to my …show more content…
She tends to like to jump into activities and then hear the instructions later on which are normal for all children. When I planned my learning experiences for the children I always have a PA ELS that I would like for each child to meet and she tends to meet them all without a problem. I’ve watched her development progression from the start of my observance to this day. She has learned how to sit engage in story time for shorts periods of time. She could also retell stories and engage in reciprocal communications and interaction with peers and adults. When I first came to the classroom she was very quiet and mainly nodded her head in communication with adults, but now she could communicate what’s on her mind exactly. Seeing these different development progressions I feel she meets the expectations of PA ELS in key areas to literacy and

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