anecdotal record

anecdotal record

a medical finding usually based on one or a few observed episodes of patient care, as distinguished from results compiled in a large-scale scientific or systematic study.
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Theft by Court is an anecdotal record of how institutions of the people related to this innocent, inner city youth.
Appended are: (1) Research Questions; (2) Pre and Post Test; (3) Teacher Made Tests--Weekly Spelling Tests; (4) Checklist; (5) Student Survey; (6) Anecdotal Record Form; (7) Writing Artifact Rubric; (8) Teacher Student Interview; and (9) Teacher Journal.
The anecdotal record that forms the text along with David's distinctive line and wash illustrations--is important because it is a faithful human record of a time and lifestyle of which few children today know first hand.
It provides a fascinating pictorial and anecdotal record of the theme park, which stands on the site of the ancestral home of the Peel family.
The anecdotal record consists of two or three sentences written biweekly to indicate learner progress In each curriculum area.
Latino Hall of Fame" will allow fans to recognize and honor their achievements and provide a place to house the statistical, historical and anecdotal record of their careers," said Tony Nieves, VP Marketing of SportsYA
I plan to continue my reading and working on methods and research for improving data collection and anecdotal record keeping of my students.
The following are appended: (1) IRB permission; (2) Parent permission; (3) Student Assent form; (4) Interview questions; (5) Survey item analysis; (6) Anecdotal record sample; (7) Observation checklist; (8) Miscue Analysis; (9) Miscue Analysis coding sheet; (10) NVivo coding sample; (11) Single category flow chart; (12) Running record; and (13) Text feature.
Appendixes contain permission letters, pretests, metacognitive reading surveys and tally sheets, posttests, coding teacher instruments, reflection connection teacher instruments, anecdotal record forms, and sample reader response journal entries.
Conduct focused listening and speaking observations and take anecdotal records to determine whether a student is using SAE.
It gave an overall idea about how to approach anecdotal records and most importantly, the function and evaluation of teaching-learning tools and systems.
In addition to the main child development checklist, other observation tools include anecdotal records, running records, samplings, rating scales, rubrics, audio and visual documentation, and document panels.