Observation: An Effective Research Tool or a Rude Intrusion?

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Abstract: This article discusses observation as a method of collecting data in early childhood research.  Observation has become a common mode of early childhood education practice, mostly to assess children’s learning, which has particularly become prevalent since the introduction of […]

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