for the classroom

A quote for journal makers.Quote by illustrator Keri Smith from "How to Be an Explorer of the World: Portable Life Museum" 59 ideas for how to get creatively unstuck by engaging with everyday objects. Would make a great writing prompt!

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Learning to Document in Reggio-Inspired Education article by Carol Anne Wien (Learning to document Reggio Emilia style. Helps you celebrate the stage you are at in LEARNING how to document in this way! Goes through 5 stages of learning how to document.

LEARNING STORIES--this is an interesting idea. Te Whariki New Zealand early childhood curriculum

This shows how to create a learning story as a record of what an educator has seen a child or group of children do during an activity. Great to give to whanau as evidence of a child's learning.

Documenting what we saw in the garden

Documenting what we saw in the garden. Student doing documentation just involves printing photos out

would love to have more documentation and portfolio work in entrance of room.

Documentation area Does each student have a binder? Should I start organizing student work in binders? I think I might like it, plus have ongoing stuff on the wall

Dramatic play- Early Life Foundations demonstration unit

Dramatic play- Early Life Foundations demonstration unit

Maths-Early Life Foundations demonstration unit

Overcome Your Being A Parent Troubles With These Tips. As a parent, you'll probably have times when you feel like your child and you are not speaking the same language. This article will discuss parent/child co

My quest this year was to create a more organised environment in my classroom. A space that allowed for natural expression through various forms of play as well as a space that was organised and wa…

Reggio and Documentation

Displaying documentation of children's learning is one way to build relationships between families and the learning space. Placing the documentation at a chid's height makes them included too.