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Class List log- seperation

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          CLASS LIST LOG

          Class List Log

          Uses of the Class List Log

          What to Do with It

          Because all the children’s names are on the form, it must be filed in a Class File, not in individual children’s files.

          Information can be separated by copy/paste, mailing labels, copy-over.

          Reflective Journal

          Teacher’s Diary for PERSONAL thoughts, comments, questions, complaints

          NOT for information gathering on individual children

          NOT for others’ eyes

          KEEP IT PRIVATE!

          TOPICS IN OBSERVATION
Why Not Use a Diary or Daily Journal?

Diary:

          Written at end of day

          Only on “memorable” children

          Details are lost in memory

          Subjective

          LOOKING AT SEPARATION
AND ADJUSTMENT

          Preparation for Entering
Programs and Schools

          Gather information from the family

          Personal meetings & home visits

          Visit to the school/open house

          Formal family orientation

          Arrivals and Departures

          Building Trust

          Child Orientation

          Comfortable Arrivals and Departures

          Handling Separation Anxieties

          SIGNS OF SEPARATION DIFFICULTIES

          Eating

          Sleeping

          Toileting

          Participation

          Social Interaction

          Acting Out

          HELPING ALL CHILDREN WITH
SEPARATION AND SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT

          Children with Special Needs

          Diverse Cultures

          Standard Related to Separation and Adjustment

Caring for Our Children  American Academy of Pediatrics

Standard 2.004

The staff of the facility shall help the child and parents cope with the experience of separation and loss….