2024 Ashford 2: – Week 1 – Assignment Assignment Help
Determining the Observation Site For Weeks Two and Five of this course you 2023
Determining the Observation Site For Weeks Two and Five of this course, you will be asked to complete an assessment as well as a developmental screening on a young child. For this Learning Activity, you will find a child to observe for both of these assessments. Before selecting a child to work with, ensure he/she will be available during the next five weeks, as you will need to observe them on more than one occasion. If you are currently working with children, you may request permission to observe and work with a child in your class or center. If you are not currently working with children, or do not have children of your own (one to eight years of age), you will need to use the videos provided below for your observations. To access the videos, go to The Colorado Department of Education’s Results Matter Video Library and scroll down the list to find the titles of the videos for the child you choose from the table below. To locate transcripts for these videos, please click HERE . Please make sure to watch all of the videos listed in the table below for your chosen child. Child to Observe Video(s) to Watch Davana Davana and Sidney Painting Together Davana and Jozlynn at the Sand Table Kyrill Kyrill and Kira at the Easel Kyrill and Dylan at the Water Table Austin Austin and Sander at the Breakfast Table Austin and the Broken Bridge Alicia Alicia in Several Activities You must ensure that you can observe and assess the child on multiple occasions. You will need a minimum of two different assessment times, three is preferable. You also must ensure that you are working with the same child for all required assessments during this course. For this activity you will need to complete the Determining the Observation Site document . Once you have completed the document, you will need to submit to Waypoint for evaluation no later than Day 7. Carefully review the Grading Rubric for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.