DIGITAL PORTFOLIOS are a great way to share the child's learning stories recording the wonderful experiences they have participated in and contributed to over the year. Australian Child Care Apps - ACCA https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/family-day-care-observations/id1050848238?mt=8

OBSERVING CHILDREN: DIGITAL PORTFOLIOS are a great way to share the child's learning stories recording the wonderful experiences they have participated in and contributed to over the year.

One of the most important elements of Reggio-Inspired teaching is documentation. From experience, I know this can be one of the most intimidating pieces of the approach to implement. Today I want to share one example of a documentation panel I created along with my students in a first grade classroom. Most importantly, I want …

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 …

Portfolios- Children's project work is documented throughout the year.

Portfolios- Children's project work is documented throughout the year. They can self-select among the many photos we take during the year, put them in, and the teachers can write what the children self-reflect about the experience and their learning.

Digital Documentation: Making Teaching and Learning Visible

Digital Documentation: Making Teaching and Learning Visible

Outdoor Area Displays

Interest Area Poster with info on how specific interest area benefits children while they play. It also links the EYLF Learning Outcomes and QIAS principles.

Portfolio - Butterflies Childminding ≈≈

Tomorrow afternoon Kirstin is being assessed for a 'Healthy Early Years Settings Award'.

Child portfolios in early childhood settings...are they necessary? 15 Questions to ask first! Find out more at Mummy Musings and Mayhem.com

Child Portfolios in Early Years Education - How to make them effective.

Child portfolios in early childhood settings.are they necessary to meet EYLF outcomes? 15 Questions to ask first!

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