Mummy Musings and Mayhem: Working with the Framework Learning Outcomes - Part 1 LINKING

Working with the Framework Learning Outcomes - Part 1 LINKING

This is like a huge working wall which will continually change in response to children's interests and experiences. The photographs show children engaged in activities, the speech bubbles record how the children were able to articulate their learning or interest, the cloud is a practitioner judgement a post it will be added to the bottom of the cloud to show next steps.

Documentation "The photographs show children engaged in activities, the speech bubbles record how the children were able to articulate their learning or interest,

As early childhood educators we are expected to develop and follow a planning cycle to ensure that all children in our care are supported to follow and extend their learning journey. There are prin...

Analysis, Reflection and Evaluation in Early Childhood Programming

By: Diane Kashin, Ed.D, RECE. Pedagogical documentation can be viewed as a “process to explore all of our questions about children” (Ministry of Education, 2014, p. 21). It is a slow process that r…

The Progression towards Pedagogical Documentation

By: Diane Kashin, Ed.D, RECE. Pedagogical documentation can be viewed as a “process to explore all of our questions about children” (Ministry of Education, p. It is a slow process that r…

By: Diane Kashin, Ed.D, RECE. Ontario’s pedagogy for the early years: How Does Learning Happen (2014) is considered a pedagogical document. It suggests a number of pedagogical approaches to “nurtu…

Not all Documentation is Pedagogical Yet – and that’s Okay!

By: Diane Kashin, Ed.D, RECE. Ontario’s pedagogy for the early years: How Does Learning Happen is considered a pedagogical document. It suggests a number of pedagogical approaches to “nurtu…

simplifying-documentation

I want to share one example of a documentation panel I created along with my students in a first grade classroom. I want to share how I simplified this documentation …

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 to read document that looks great up on a wall, in children's portfolios and anywhere that educators need a quick snapshot of different theorists in childhood education.

Linking Theorists to the EYLF Outcomes

This poster is designed to make life a bit easier for early education teachers when trying to link learning stories and observations to theorists.

Meaningful Documentation in the Early Childhood Classroom | Fairy Dust Teaching | Bloglovin’

Meaningful Documentation in the Early Childhood Classroom (Fairy Dust Teaching)

Providing meaningful documentation has many benefits in the early childhood classroom. Today I want to share some examples of meaningful documentation.

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