We are independent documentation of learning

An idea for establishing things that the kids can do in different areas- make into a book for the kids/ visitors to look through

Why play is important. Information sheet for parents.

This article states information that explains why play is important in early learning. Allowing kids to learning develop in there own way.

'Making learning visible' display in our FS1 classroom. Observation includes narration and CoEL aspects. Credit to my Fs1 colleagues.

'Making learning visible' display in our classroom. Observation includes narration and CoEL aspects. Credit to my colleagues.

Intentional Teaching made visible

Intentional Teaching made visible. Would be interesting to have a "map" of their main topic on the wall as a way of documentation.

"What the child attempted and how they went about it to see stimulus process and outcome"

“This has gotten me thinking about my practises & authentic, meaningful documentation that is relevant to the child.

This is a good graphic that can be used by both teachers and professionals. It outlines the main developmental milestones that children who are typically developing go through so they can screen for red flags.

Teaching Strategies mini-poster Objectives for Development Learning Standard 3 Knowledge of Standards and Assessments. Assess,compare, and contrast the effects fo various teaching strategies on individual student performance relative to content standards)

Early Learning at ISZL

In short water play leads to lots of hypothesising and answer seeking. Early Learning at ISZL

Maximising children's potential through Inclusion: The EYLF - Getting Started By Joy Goodfellow (Early Childhood Australia)

For many of us who missed the recent EYLF training with PSCWA, Joy Goodfellow did a wonderful introduction to the framework.