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    Social Observation By observing a class at Fontbonne University, there was a variety of observable information that was gathered during the observation. I observed an introduction to statistics course and it was seventy-five-minute meeting and observation occurred on Monday, September 12. I went into the class a few minutes before the class started and picked a seat in the back of the classroom. The classroom was set up with a podium for the teacher at the front of the classroom with a projector…

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    are still burning, place the pint size mason jar over the candles in the bowl. Carefully observe the base of the container, the water level in the container, and the flames. Record your observations. Remove the jar from the bowl. • Heat Expansion Hypothesis Method: Add or take away candles until there are 3 candles in the clay. Light the candles in the bowl. While the candles are still burning, place the quart size mason jar over the candles in the bowl. Carefully observe the base of the…

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    I have been observing a second grade classroom with a 5th year teacher. I have been able to observe three times. The first day I went to observe was October 3rd from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. The second day I was able to observe was October 4th from noon to 3:00. My third observation was October 11th from noon to 3:00. I like that I was able to observe both the morning and the afternoon exposing me to both their morning and classroom routines and events. When I went into the classroom from…

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    Throughout this course, I have learned many strategies and methods for student observation and assessment. I have also learned about responding to intervention in necessary situations. The textbooks, lessons, activities, and discussions have all helped me to build upon my prior content knowledge. I intend to use all that I have learned in this course throughout my future teaching career. I plan to use assessments frequently in my future classroom. The course material and the textbook stress…

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    During my time at IHOP I observed some very interesting things about todays society. Before I entered the establishment I noticed a happy family returning to their car. So I made the assumption that these observations would all be the same because of possibly of great service and environment. I was gravely mistaken. I walked into IHOP and was seated in a great spot to observe people. The situations I observed were; a group of 5 teenager girls, a old man by himself, and it seemed to be two female…

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    Introduction The most recognizable characteristic in the Buceros rhinoceros is the casque above the bill. Buceros rhinoceros species are part of the family Bucerotidae which are omnivorous birds that defend a fixed territory (Kitamura, 2011). In this species we can identify sexual dimorphism. As it can be noticed by pure observation, there is a few differences between sexes. The most significant detectable variations are body and casque length. Adult males show both larger bodies and casques…

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    Athletic Club Observation

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    For the observation project, I chose to do my research at Wisconsin Athletic Club daycare where I watched a 6-year old girl named Maya. Maya is in 5k and is a bright young girl with an outgoing personality. I observed Maya in a daycare setting with newborns to children 13 years of age. The daycare contained a large amount of toys and activities for the children to engage in. Maya was surrounded by children a few years younger than her, and only had a few other 6 year olds to play with. Over the…

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    Introduction Clinical supervision is reflective of a symbiotic relationship between a supervisor and educator focuses on improving teacher practices. This ongoing process was developed out of need as both teachers and school leaders were dissatisfied with status quo of teacher development (Sullivan, ).One critical aspect of the clinical supervision process is conducting in depth classroom observations that generate reflection and growth. The purpose of this paper is to summarize and reflect…

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    Beside repeated questioning, another procedure that eyewitness most likely will have to go through is face identification. There has been a debate whether it is more accurate to identify suspect through photograph or in person. A study by Megreya and Burton examined the effect of method used in identification process (2008). The study consists of two experiments; experiment 1 assessed how accurate people can remember unfamiliar face immediately after the presence. The study involved 92…

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    Nature-Nurture Controversy

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    What are the five steps of the scientific method? 1.)Begin with curiosity: BY “on the basis of theory, prior research, or personal observation, pose a question.” 2.)Develop a hypothesis: once you have the question, form it into a hypothesis, a prognosis would be evaluated 3.)Test the hypothesis: Design and lead research to accumulate experimental proof 4.)Analyze the evidence gathered in the research: figured out if the theory was right or not 5.)Report the results: share information,…

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