Module 1. By: Christina Marotta. Classroom Setting. Kindergarten classroom 1 teacher and 1 tutor 19 children All English speaking students. Method of Data Collection. Quantitative data Tallied three two hour periods 1 focus child “Nicole”. What did I observe?. How many times “Nicole”…
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By: Christina Marotta
How many times “Nicole”…
I wanted to know…
Based on my observations, my focus child, “Nicole”,
does not use verbal communication in school.
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