[nobe-l] questions about observing students.

Denise Robinson deniserob at gmail.com
Wed Sep 19 02:45:59 UTC 2012

Behaviors typically occur because a child is frustrated and they don't or can't clearly understand what is occurring so they have " behaviors" 
Can't see it, or can't do it or someone just said something mean to them like 'blindy' and so on

What u can do is ask for the work the child was working on when the behavior occurred and replay the event at home ....u will see the issue fairly easily 

Another issue...some kids can't take a lot of additional surrounding noise when trying to work...ask about that too...child and teacher or other adult in room and I would ask a couple different people...everyone sees something different

Denise M Robinson
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On Sep 18, 2012, at 4:10 PM, Jenna and Bilko <lilstarlet09 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I was wondering if  anybody has any ideas on how I would observe
> student behaviors, and the triggers for them? Like why a student
> "randomly" starts throwing things across the room and such.  I was
> thinking of having a classroom teacher observe, or a Para
> Professional, but that isn't always an option.  I don't know how I am
> going to do this since a lot of the triggers are things I need to see,
> as well as the behavior may be visual as well. Feel free to email me
> off list at
> jkarg at falcon.bgsu.edu
> Thankyou for any advice! I really appreciate it!
> Jenna Karg
> -- 
> Jenna and Guide "Sargent" Bilko
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