Yanggui Choi

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The behavior observations on young children in new, first-in-the-life environments have significant implications. We can often uniquely observe a child's unforeseen interaction with the environment and peer-children. It would be not only a piece of discovery but a beginning of an open quest worth exploring. Out-of-classroom activities like kindergarten's(More)
Field trips in kindergarten imply excellent chances to attain a wide spectrum of educational clues for the children. However, in-depth observation on their exploratory behaviors is uniquely challenging. Teachers mostly take all possible precautions against any incidents, sparing little time and attention for observation. We collaborated with kindergarten(More)
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