Making Learning Visible Through Pedagogical Documentation

Making Learning Visible Through Pedagogical Documentation- from "Think, Feel, Act: Lessons from Research about Young Children", 2013

By Jan Millikan and Stefania Giamminuti  This new title links the Early Years Learning Framework and documentation and draws on research from both Reggio Emilia and Australia.

Documentation and the Early Years Learning Framework

By Jan Millikan and Stefania Giamminuti This new title links the Early Years Learning Framework and documentation and draws on research from both Reggio Emilia and Australia.

Pedagogical Documentation in Early Childhodd

Pedagogical Documentation: Why? When? Who? What? Where? How?

Pedagogical Documentation in Early Childhood: Sharing Chldren's Learning and Teachers' Thinking by Susan Stacey. Pedagogical documentation is a powerful tool for communicating a child's learning to families.

Digital Documentation: Making Teaching and Learning Visible

Digital Documentation: Making Teaching and Learning Visible

We are starting to learn about documentation - starting small with quality photos, a brief description including dialogue matched to our developmental learning expectations - next step - documentation panels!!

Exploration documentation - starting small with quality photos, a brief description including dialogue matched to our developmental learning expectations - next step - documentation panels!

"Like" this resource for a discountLike this resource by using the social media icons & a discount will be applied to your purchase at checkout. Share This poster is designed to make life a bit easier for early education teachers when trying to link learning stories and observations to theorists. It is a very easy …

Linking Theorists to the EYLF Outcomes

This might be helpful when doing the program working out what’s things go in what areas

Some great questions for self-reflection to be asking ourselves and discussing with colleagues

This is a little rudimentary but I really liked the questions. Some great questions for self-reflection to be asking ourselves and discussing with colleagues

Reggio Documentation Panel-Making

Some of the best constructivist classroom can be found in Riggio Emilia inspired settings. Founded by Loris Malaguzzi, another constructivist thinker, over 50 years ago, the Reggio Emillia approach.

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