Friday, February 11, 2011

Anecdotal notes and Venn Diagram!

Anecdotal notes are a type of record keeping in which a teacher or other adult in the classroom records a child’s actions, behaviors, verbalizations, learning style or process for a period of time. As opposed to a more subjective or interpretive type of record, this kind of documentation is strictly objective. The teacher’s judgment about the child’s intentions or motivations should not be included.

Venn diagrams were invented by a guy named John Venn (no kidding; that was really his name) as a way of picturing relationships between different groups of things.

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