Use your pockets and small objects such as paperclips or pennies to take easy, on-the-move data.
Identify the target behavior and place a handful of paperclips in your left pocket.
Each time you observe the behavior, take one paperclip from one pocket and transfer it to the other.
At the end of the observation period, count the total number of paperclips in your “other” pocket and write that number on the data collection sheet of your choosing.
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