Target Child Technique
The Skills Needed to Carry Out a Target-Child Observation

Target Child Technique - The Skills Needed to Carry Out a Target-Child Observation
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Sally

I find it strange that the teacher does not see that the girl to the left has completely crowded out Martin, the quiet boy. He is so constrained that he can barely draw his picture like the others are doing. The teacher has some sort of blind spot. Probably very frustrating for Martin.

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