What does analysing an observation mean in simple terms? How do I start?
5 questions to ask when you make an analysis of your observation.
6 Questions to ask yourself when planning extension activities
Planned Activity Evaluation/Reflection
Step 1 – Document your observation
This is an example of my photo observation templates – pretty simple, the photos usually tell the story and are the main focus – text uses language of the EYLF and the child's voice. There is no need to write to much, a few lines is sufficient – just make sure it is meaningful. if you feel these types of simple templates would work for you download the pack HERE.
Step 2 – Complete Analysis & Forward Planning
Step 5 – Plan and include on program
Step 6 – Complete the cycle
A Little About Me
Jodie Clarke is an early childhood professional supporting educators who want and need to stay passionate about the work they do! She has 30 years hands-on experience in the early childhood and human services sectors across many different roles.
Jodie is mum to 3 in Australia and has already helped thousands of educators with their work through her popular blog posts, activity ideas, online training and e-books.