Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2014

Abstract

In any attempt to make sense of the natural world, field naturalists are subject to observational bias and must consider their own interpretive process as they record and interpret field notes. Recounting a narrative about fledging chickadees, the author utilizes a six-step model for analysis of field experience. The five levels of representation are experienced recursively and involve a primary experience that is first attended to, shared, transcribed as field notes, analyzed, and finally offered for others to collaboratively read and respond.

Publication Title

Journal of Natural History Education and Experience

Volume

8

First Page

24

Last Page

28

Required Publisher's Statement

Published open access by the Journal of Natural History Education and Experience, Natural History Network.

Genre/Form

application/pdf

Language

English

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