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Introduction  |  Step 1  |  Step 2  |  Step 3

Step One: Determine what features of the setting and behaviors you want to observe.

Step Two: Identify a set of observation techniques that are responsive to your evaluation questions and the logistical constraints of your setting.

Step Three: Weigh the advantages and disadvantages associated with each observation technique before selecting which one or combination to use as the basis for your observation instrument.