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Randy was a 5 year old child in my kindergarten class He was a typical child that was smart in certain areas for his age The first few days of class I noticed some instances so I decided to log some of Randys behaviors I observed that transitions were especially difficult for Randy I decided to observe Randy for three to four weeks and make a daily log of his behavior in the classroom environment and outside environments before I made any rash decisions such as alerting the parents or the school counselor I did however consult with a more experienced teacher that also taught kindergarten about how she has handled some of these situations As the days went on I noticed how Randy was having a difficult time with the transition from recess to class As soon as I would get the class settled down Randy would always seem to shout out or not sit still All of the other children noticed and I would try to play it off and not draw anymore attention to him than what he was already receiving by his fellow classmates I did however find myself at times getting angry with him Sometimes his peers would laugh and giggle I could see them start to isolate themselves from Randy Randy could feel this too he felt like nobody liked him or at times he felt like he was letting me down I would try my best to assure him that the children did like him and that I liked him too I tried my best to make it easier for Randy Randy had an inability to sit for long periods of time at his desk If he would get bored with what we were doing or would just wanted to move he would get up out of his seat and would just wonder around the room I started off by patiently ask him to sit back down in
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