Pedagogy and Practice

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Observation methods
Child portfolios and journals
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EYLF assessment principles
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Theories of Early Childhood
Inclusive assessment practices
VEYLDF - Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Frameworks
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Observation methods

Examples of Learning Stories | Tom Drummond

Examples of Learning Stories | Tom Drummond

Examples of Learning Stories Here are eight Learning Stories for you to download, discuss, and offer to others in order to spread ever more widely the practice of pedagogical narration following Margaret Carr and Wendy Lee's exemplars of Learning Stories. This convention is one that I adopted to give a bit of structure to the final…

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Back to basics - A brief summary of early childhood observation methods and techniques

Anecdotal Observations An anecdote is a "short account of a particular incident or event of an interesting or amusing nature", often biographical ("Anecdote",nd). Anecdotes are useful for taking quick, simple notes that have been observed throughout the day. They are generally written in past tense and can be written

Making Observations | Early Years Management | Teach Early Years

Teach Early Years magazine is the leading B2B title for early years teachers, practitioners and providers, offering expert advice on educating the 0–5s and operating a sustainable childcare business.

TheBump.com - Pregnancy, Parenting and Baby Information

Get pregnancy information, baby advice and parenting tips at TheBump.com baby website. Create a baby registry and use our pregnancy tools.

About Us - A.C.E. Daycare

When it comes to early childhood education, it is never about teaching alone. It is more related to learning and exploration for the younger kids. The experts

HiMama - The Importance of Observation in Early Childhood Education

The Importance of Observation in Early Childhood Education

Assessing toddler development through observation will help ECEs track a child's learning characteristics. See why it's important along with examples.

types of observations

Types of observations

types of observations

Observations in Childcare - Aussie Childcare Network

One of the most important types of documentation methods that educators needs to be familiar with are “observations”. Observations are crucial for all...

Observation methods

Different Types Of Observation Methods - Aussie Childcare Network

Observation methods

Child portfolios and journals

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Great Tips and Tools to Create Digital e-Portfolio

Great Tips and Tools to Create Digital e-Portfolio

Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

Kindergarten Portfolio /2014-2015

Hi everyone, in this video I wanted to share with you our Kindergarten portfolio that I put together. I think I am still not done with it yet, I could size i...

Article Reading Center

Earlychildhood NEWS is the online resource for teachers and parents of young children, infants to age 8. You will find articles about developmentally appropriate practice, child health, safety and behavior as well as links to teacher resources and networking opportunities.

The Power of Portfolios | Scholastic

Preschoolers and kindergartners take pride in date-stamping each addition to their portfolios. Later these timely records provide easy reference points as children reflec

The Advantages of Keeping Portfolios in the Preschool Classroom

Preschool Portfolio and Memory Book

Preschool is an exciting time! It's a child's first years in a school setting and it's a year of tremendous growth!! This is an excellent way to showcase their growth throughout the year and it makes a great end of the year gift and keepsake!! It's a portfolio and memory book rolled into one!! Inclu...

Portfolios & Assessments for Preschool, Pre-K and Kindergarten - Pocket of Preschool

Need to track and assess your students’ skills? Need to keep student portfolios in an easy and manageable way in your preschool, pre-k or kindergarten classroom? This is what you are looking for? Everything you need is in this pack (it’s over 500 pages and includes TONS of EDITABLE pieces)! Just print, assess, track on...Read More

What is included in a portfolio

What's in my student portfolios

What is included in a portfolio

portfolios - making children's learning visible in preschool

A blog about preschool, play, early childhood education, learning outdoors, play outdoors, children and nature, play activities, kindergarten

Student Portfolios: how and why I used student portfolios in my elementary classroom

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Student Portfolios: how and why I used student portfolios in my elementary classroom

Childcare Portfolios - The Benefits of Going Digital | Kindyhub

Finding the time to contribute to and maintain comprehensive daycare portfolios is a challenge shared by early childhood educators. But things are changing...

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

Save time and ensure the work you do on child portfolios is an effective method of early years documentation. Ask these questions before 'doing' folios!

Portfolios In Childcare - Aussie Childcare Network

Portfolios have become a popular form of documentation used to give families, a keepsake at the end of the year. It is usually a folder containing sam...

Reflective practice

Reflective practice in childcare - Google Search

Reflective practice in childcare - Google Search

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Reflective Teaching - One way I self-assess and grow!   I include a few minutes before transitions (or after, as a calm-down) for students to do this, too. At the end of each day, we take time to reflect on what we learned TODAY. This practice is critical to sound learning and teaching, yet we skip it because we "don't have time." Make time!

Reflective Practice - Are you doing it?

Reflective Practice- Are you Doing it?

Reflective practice occurs when teachers step back and evaluate the learning environment. The teacher looks at himself or herself. They ask, “How can this be better?” They identify what…

Reflective Practice - Early Years Careers

Reflective Practice

In order to provide the best possible care for children you should be aware of the term ‘reflective practice’

Reflective Practice

Learn to reflect on what you do in order to get full value from all your experiences and make yourself more effective at home and at work.

Reflective Practice: Making a commitment to ongoing learning

Often when discussing the national Early Years Learning Framework Principle on reflective practice, we overlook the initial words in the Principle: “Ongoing learning and reflective practice” (EYLF, 2009, p. 13).

Reflective Practice: Making a commitment to ongoing learning

Often when discussing the national Early Years Learning Framework Principle on reflective practice, we overlook the initial words in the Principle: “Ongoing learning and reflective practice” (EYLF, 2009, p. 13).

Reflective Practices In Childcare - Aussie Childcare Network

Reflective practice is learning from everyday situations and issues and concerns that arise which form part of our daily routine while working in an e...

EYLF assessment principles

"Like" this resource for a discountLike this resource by using the social media icons & a discount will be applied to your purchase at checkout. Share 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 …

Home :: Subjects :: Professional Development :: Classroom Forms / Documents :: 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 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

EYLF assessment principles - Google Search

EYLF assessment principles - Google Search

EYLF Programming and Planning In Childcare

EYLF Programming and Planning In Childcare - Aussie Childcare Network

Within Australia, Programming and Planning is reflected and supported by the Early Years Learning Framework. Educators within early childhood settings...

The Principles of the Early Years Learning Framework

Director of childhood centre in Perth area provides an overview of the Early Years Learning Framework for parents.

How Educators Can Promote EYLF Learning Outcomes - Aussie Childcare Network

To support children achieve learning outcomes from the EYLF Framework, the following list gives educators examples of how to help children with their...

Understanding EYLF - Aussie Childcare Network

The EYLF is a guide which consists of Principles, Practices and 5 main Learning Outcomes along with each of their sub outcomes, based on identity, com...

NQF

Links between the EYLF, the NQS, and everyday practice

NQF - PDF

NQF - PDF

Using the NQF - YouTube

Using the NQF

Navigating the National Quality Framework

The National Quality Framework

What is the NQF?

The NQF introduced a new quality standard in 2012 to improve education and care across long day care, family day care, preschool/kindergarten, and outside school hours care services.

The National Quality Standard | MyChild.gov.au

Child Care Finder

Early learning and child care provides the foundation for children to develop both educationally and socially in a safe environment, while supporting parents into

The National Quality Standard- what is it ?

National Quality Standard

The National Quality Standard (NQS) sets a high national benchmark for early childhood education and care and outside school hours care services in Australia.

Theories of Early Childhood

Theories of Human Development | Boundless Psychology

Freud's theory

AllPsych

Psychology 101: Synopsis of Psychology

Erik Erikson | Psychosocial Stages

Erikson maintained that personality develops in a predetermined order through eight stages of psychosocial development, including trust vs. mistrust, autonomy vs. shame/doubt, initiative vs. guilt, industry vs. Inferiority, identity vs. role confusion, intimacy vs. isolation, generativity vs. stagnation, and integrity vs. despair.

8 Stages of Development by Erik Erikson

Support our channel with a small donation at http://patreon.com/sprouts or by spreading the word. Erikson's theory of psychosocial development identifies eig...

Erikson's Stages of Development - Learning Theories

Erikson's Stages of Development - Learning Theories

An eight stage theory of identity and psychosocial development. Erik Erikson, a German psychoanalyst heavily influenced by Sigmund Freud, explored three

Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development

Multimedia project for PSY 254: Developmental psychology

Jean Piaget's Experiment

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

Piaget's Stages of Development

This is a collection of clips demonstrating Piaget's Stages of development. For Health and Social Care and Psychology.

Inclusive assessment practices

Benefits of Inclusive Education

Benefits of Inclusive Education

Inclusive education has proven to have benefits for people with learning disabilities and varied other developmental disabilites. Inclusion does not only indicate the placement of a student with disabilities in a general classroom setting but it also results in the accomodation and supp...

Early Childhood Inclusive Practices

Park Early Childhood Center in Ossining, New York celebrated Inclusive Schools Week for the first time. Park is home to approximately 600 our youngest learners and houses our pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students. In collaboration with members of the Park Equity Committee and members of our Special Education Steering Committee, a week-long schedule of school-wide events… Read more

Inclusive assessment | Jisc

Inclusive assessment

Why is inclusive assessment important?Inclusivity is a very important factor in assessment design as fair assessment must reflect the needs of a diverse student body. The Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) UK's quality code for higher education has a series of indicators that reflect sound practice.

VEYLDF - Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Frameworks

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Learning frameworks birth to eight years

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How to organize your student portfolios and assessments to make your teacher life easier. I can't wait to try these ideas in my preschool classroom.

Student Portfolio and Assessment Organization HACKS - Pocket of Preschool

How to organize your student portfolios and assessments to make your teacher life easier. I can't wait to try these ideas in my preschool classroom.

"Like" this resource for a discountLike this resource by using the social media icons & a discount will be applied to your purchase at checkout. Share 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 …

Home :: Subjects :: Professional Development :: Classroom Forms / Documents :: 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 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

Links between the EYLF, the NQS, and everyday practice

Benefits of Inclusive Education

Benefits of Inclusive Education

Inclusive education has proven to have benefits for people with learning disabilities and varied other developmental disabilites. Inclusion does not only indicate the placement of a student with disabilities in a general classroom setting but it also results in the accomodation and supp...

Reflective practice in childcare - Google Search

Reflective practice in childcare - Google Search

Theories of Human Development | Boundless Psychology

Freud's theory

AllPsych

Psychology 101: Synopsis of Psychology

Erik Erikson | Psychosocial Stages

Erikson maintained that personality develops in a predetermined order through eight stages of psychosocial development, including trust vs. mistrust, autonomy vs. shame/doubt, initiative vs. guilt, industry vs. Inferiority, identity vs. role confusion, intimacy vs. isolation, generativity vs. stagnation, and integrity vs. despair.

8 Stages of Development by Erik Erikson

Support our channel with a small donation at http://patreon.com/sprouts or by spreading the word. Erikson's theory of psychosocial development identifies eig...

Erikson's Stages of Development - Learning Theories

Erikson's Stages of Development - Learning Theories

An eight stage theory of identity and psychosocial development. Erik Erikson, a German psychoanalyst heavily influenced by Sigmund Freud, explored three

Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development

Multimedia project for PSY 254: Developmental psychology

Jean Piaget's Experiment

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

Piaget's Stages of Development

This is a collection of clips demonstrating Piaget's Stages of development. For Health and Social Care and Psychology.

Examples of Learning Stories | Tom Drummond

Examples of Learning Stories | Tom Drummond

Examples of Learning Stories Here are eight Learning Stories for you to download, discuss, and offer to others in order to spread ever more widely the practice of pedagogical narration following Margaret Carr and Wendy Lee's exemplars of Learning Stories. This convention is one that I adopted to give a bit of structure to the final…

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