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Keeping Anecdotal Data Objective - The Autism Helper

Resources, tips, and materials to help you, help children with autism

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Media Tweets by Tessa Heffernan (@TessaHeffernan)

The latest media Tweets from Tessa Heffernan (@TessaHeffernan). Kindergarten Teacher (UGDSB). Passionate about inquiry, documentation, and play-based learning. Reggio inspired

Providing meaningful documentation has many benefits in the early childhood classroom. I want to share with you some examples of meaningful documentation. Childhood Meaningful Documentation in the Early Childhood Classroom Play Based Learning, Project Based Learning, Early Learning, Reggio Emilia Classroom, Reggio Inspired Classrooms, Early Education, Early Childhood Education, 90s Childhood, Early Childhood Program

Meaningful Documentation in the Early Childhood Classroom

Providing meaningful documentation has many benefits in the early childhood classroom. Today I want to share some examples of meaningful documentation from Rosa Parks ECEC here in Tulsa, OK. What is Documentation? To put it simply, documentation is a way to track students' learning and thinking. When done correctly, documentation should take it's viewer on a journey through the way the children are thinking about what they are learning. Why is this important? For the Students: When children…

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Enriching Professional Development through Collaboration

As educators learning alongside our students, we recognize the value of collaboration and reflection. Our faculty recently had the privilege of collaborating

Wonders in Kindergarten: An Inquiry on Towers: Building on Children's Interests Kindergarten Inquiry, Inquiry Based Learning, Project Based Learning, Kindergarten Reading, Measurement Kindergarten, Kindergarten Addition, Science Projects For Preschoolers, Preschool Science, Preschool Ideas

An Inquiry on Towers: Building on Children's Interests

I recently read an article titled "The Plan: Building on Children's interests" by Hilary Jo Seitz. In the article, "The Plan" is a four-step process that consists of sparks, conversations, experiences, and theories and more questions. It is circular in motion and often allows for different investigative directions to take place (Seitz, 2006). "The Plan" seemed very straightforward and logical to me. It further supported my thinking about inquiry and enabled me to reflect on a strong interest…

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Home :: EYLF Outcomes :: Outcome 5 Communication :: QKLG Learning Area Posters with Activities and Links to Theorists

This set of 5 QKLG posters are beautiful to display on walls, in portfolios and in programs.They contain the learning areas, activities and links to relevant theorists.

Emergent Curriculum in Action: "Observation is such an important part of being a preschool teacher. This page shows how other teachers have documented the play, and used to shape the curriculum (EMERGENT CURRICULUM in action! Learning Stories, Play Based Learning, Project Based Learning, Learning Through Play, Early Learning, Emergent Curriculum, Preschool Curriculum, Preschool Activities, Curriculum Night

Observation is such an important part of being a preschool teacher. This page shows how other teachers have documented the play, and used to shape the curriculum (EMERGENT CURRICULUM in action!) reggio-emilia

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Reggio Inspired: Child Art

The final photos from my visit to Rosa Parks Preschool: This is a child painted embroidery hoop with a fine netting. I love the multi-colored yarn that the children used to sew on the netting. A wonderful collaborative art piece made with bottle caps. Love, love. These are called 'Identity Panels.' I adore child's self-portraits. I like the clothes pins on this fence section. It makes a great little art gallery. You can not tell by this fuzzy photo but the drawings are standing off the wall…