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Breakwater School Preschool Documentation of artwork fall 2008
At the lovely school I used to be a preschool teacher at, the teachers there draw upon the methods from Reggio Emelia, a small village in Reggio Emelia, Italy. Both here and there, it is the child's experience through art, nature, and all surroundings that is documented as one way for educators to learn from the child.
The Anatomy of a Kindergartner
Kindergartners are the natural meaning seekers of any school building. Their tireless curiosity and energy bring new life to campus each and every year!
Documenting children's learning
As Early Years teachers we all know the importance of making children's learning visible to our community. There are many ways to do this an...
How to write child observations, reflect and forward plan.
Writing child observations, reflections and linking everything together doesn't need to be confusing or complicated. Try these simple tips for educators!
Working with the Framework Learning Outcomes – Part 1 LINKING - The Empowered Educator
Let’s have a chat about linking the EYLF outcomes and your programming cycle. Because from what I can see the often misunderstood ‘requirement’ to link EYLF outcomes to every activity using numbers or complicated codes is causing educators an awful lot of unnecessary angst at the moment! I have received some really heartfelt messages and emails lately from […]