Documentation

documentation and assessment should be ongoing and include a variety of assessment methods to best capture children learning and understanding. In FDK there is a lot of anecdotal and observation (which can be documented a variety of ways), but it is important to gather all information together to be able to create a clear image of the child. This can be done through observation, learning stories, documentation panels, wonder boards, photos, videos, scribes, student work and conversation (+some)
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Every Art, Every Child | Documentation Panels

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.

Documentation and assessment: the power of a learning story

By: Louise Jupp Learning Stories, as developed in New Zealand by Margaret Carr and her colleagues are.”a particular form of documented and structured observations that take a storied appro.

Documentation and Assessment: the power of a learning story | Professional learning for early childhood educators | Scoop.it

Fishpond New Zealand, Learning Stories: Constructing Learner Identities in Early Education by Wendy Lee Margaret Carr. Buy Books online: Learning Stories: Constructing Learner Identities in Early Education, ISBN Wendy Lee Margaret Carr

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