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Garden Gate Child Development Center

Garden Gate Child Development Center added 44 new photos to the album: Playing TOGETHER.

Documenting in a Home/Family Day Care Service - Part 1 Developing your Planning Cycle.

Documentation & Programming for Family Child Care

Documentation strategies for family child care & early years educators using the EYLF outcomes. Meet every step of the programming cycle easily.

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Luke's Climbing Plan | Learning stories, Learning stories examples, Early childhood education resources

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Austin School For the Future: The Reggio Emilia approach, a conerstone to our philosophy

The Reggio Emilia approach, a conerstone to our philosophy

Before reading please note that I typed this in word and copied into blogger. Some words are underlined for no apparent reason and I can't figure out how to change them. Also some of the images I got are from Let the Children Play, which is an awesome blog that I suggest anyone to follow. Thanks here you go..... I believe in a curriculum that is child based and gives each child the opportunity to explore and discover in ways which are exciting and interesting to each individual child. By…

Different observation methods

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

Different observation methods

Early Childhood Programming series for educators and ECE teachers - tips for making it effective but simple! Part 2 - writing observations. See more at Mummy Musings and Mayhem

Early Childhood Programming Made Simple – Part 2 Using Observations Effectively - The Empowered Educator

Welcome to Part 2 in my programming series for educators and early childhood teachers! If you missed Part 1 you might like to catch up here first. Programming and planning is stressing a lot of early year’s educators out at the moment and that is unfortunate because it really doesn’t have to be so difficult…

Intentional Teaching

What is intentional teaching? Although we allow children time and space to play freely; the environment, our planning and interactions with them should be intentional. Intentional teachers take the time to authentically and sensitively observe children and use these observations to unpack the learning and intentionally plan provocations for learning. They remain curious, and they set about finding out more – investigating why. This intentionality is visible in their conversations with…