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ERIC Number: ED056987
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 49
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Developing Observation Systems.
Roberson, E. Wayne
The first three chapters of this booklet describe the utilization of observation as a measurement technique, the types of observation systems available, and the necessary components of an observation system. The second part focuses on the following four commonly used observation systems: 1) primary reading checklist, 2) student affective behavior checklist, 3) interaction analysis observation system, and 4) teacher self-appraisal observation system. Each system is analyzed in terms of the following components: 1) common communication structure, 2) coding procedures and format, 3) analysis, 4) ground rules, 5) coding unit, 6) method of observation, and 7) establishing reliability. A final chapter discusses the ways in which these systems can be utilized as evaluative tools for gathering feedback related to the teaching-learning process. (MBM)
Educational Innovators Press, Box 13052, Tucson, Ariz. 85711. ($1.95, quantity discounts)
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