Different Types Of Observation Methods - Aussie Childcare Network
When observing children, it's important that we use a range of different observation methods from running records, learning stories to photographs and...
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!
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).
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.
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.
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...
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
At Growth Coaching our purpose is to improve the quality of conversations in school communities so that principals and head teachers lead well; teachers teach well and students achieve better learning outcomes!
portfolios - making children's learning visible in preschool
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