Creativity (apart from role-playing or make-believe). Individual creativity can be expressed in music, arts, gross motor skills, fine motor skills, etc.
cg does not promote children to be creative
the cg promotes individual creativity at specific moments bu
cg promotes individual creativity in connection wih learning
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
Directions: Both enumerators will arrive at the CBCC before it opens on an unannounced visit. After introducing themselves to the CG(s), they will prepare to observe the CBCC activities for 1 hour (continuous) before then completing the questionnaire together. The following protocol should be followed:
· Observation starts after the CBCC has opened and when a majority of children have arrived. Enumerators should ask the CG(s) for total number of expected children beforehand. When more than half have arrived, enumerator may begin the observation. In the case that there is very low
attendance that day, the enumerator should begin the observation when the CG appears to start the planned activities for the day.
· Enumerators should position themselves to be out of the way of classroom activities, but still able to see what is going on at the CBCC. This may require that the enumerators move around during the observation to stay out of the way or get a better understanding of what is going on. However, the enumerators should move around as little as possible, as this is disruptive to the class and may call more attention to them.
· The observation form should only be completed AFTER the observation period is over and should be a collaboration between both enumerators.