Description of method: Informally observe student in the hallway, at lunch time, and during regular education classes to determine social interactions, academic functioning, attention and focusing, and self-advocacy skills for a period of several weeks. Why : Informal observations can provide a great deal of knowledge about how the student functions in natural settings especially when they are unaware that they are being observed. Description of method: Obtain student behavioral record file from office. Why: The school records file contains general school related information about the student such as report cards, medical information, behavioral information, etc. Description of method : Find time and place to interview student using interview questions. Why : Interviewing the student will provide a good insight into how they feeling and what they thinking, and thus giving a better understanding of the student as whole person.
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The terminology surrounding "case studies" tends to be confusing, running the gamut from simply "case," to "case history," "case analysis," "case problem," and the familiar "case study". As you know I am always on the look out for original materials for use in my classes. I find that my students appreciate real world experiences in the classroom and case studies provide them with real life situations for discussion and evaluation. They are particularly useful for business English classes.