anecdotal records


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anecdotal records

Notes used in nursing education to document observed incidents of a student's clinical behavior related to attainment of clinical learning objectives. Such anecdotal notes have not been treated as hearsay evidence in a court but have been upheld as documented evidence for failing a student.
See also: record
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Even though there are anecdotal records of recent observations of chungungos on De los Estados Island and Mitre Peninsula (Figure 1), these records were not conducted by specialists and the taxonomic identity was not confirmed.
Second, undergraduate students were required to design a rating scale and maintain anecdotal records of teaching practices.
The analysis of anecdotal records revealing these patterns is presented in Table 3.
Notetaking, anecdotal records, and interviews are some tools discussed with examples to support.
Teaching young educators to create a spreadsheet does little to help them meet the plethora of data-tracking tasks, including multilevel grading, standards, discipline, attendance, regrading, anecdotal records and IEP requirements, which they will be required to do daily or in real time.
This can be accomplished through observation, anecdotal records, or survey data.
Standards should require a wide range of assessment tools, such as interviews, observations, anecdotal records, self-evaluation questionnaires, journals, and learning logs.
Assessment runs the gamut--from anecdotal records to portfolios, rubrics, and traditional tests.
Anecdotal records, as another assessment device, may be written by the classroom teacher of each learner.