Reggio Emilia inspired classroom

The bits I most remember about my school days are those that took place outside the classroom, as we were taken on countless theatre visits and trips to places of interest.

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Family School Literacy PartnershipsL Display that i developed to ask my families each month relating to the NQF

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Family School Literacy PartnershipsL Display that i developed to ask my families each month relating to the NQF

Some great questions for self-reflection to be asking ourselves and discussing with colleagues

This is a little rudimentary but I really liked the questions. Some great questions for self-reflection to be asking ourselves and discussing with colleagues

Pin 5 - Have questions for the parents about the child's learning, and what they expect, want to see at the centre. This also deepens the relationship within the centre. Question examples - "which learning environment do you value to be more important" then have the answers as being "outside" or "inside". Learning ideas, programs could be shaped from these types of questions from parents.

Another parents wall item. Parent engagement is so important. Small things like this can help parents and teachers communicate better.

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Send home either at the beginning of the year to see their reactions to starting preschool or towards the end of the year to see what worked in the classroom preparing them for kindergarten

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Pin These jars are a way for parents to provide feedback on various aspects of the centre. Educators can consider the feedback and adjust learning accordingly.

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Pin These jars are a way for parents to provide feedback on various aspects of the centre. Educators can consider the feedback and adjust learning accordingly.

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