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Learning to document Reggio Emilia style. Best article ever, very detailed that helps you celebrate the stage you are at in LEARNING how to document in this way! Long article but sooooooo helpful!!! Goes through 5 stages of learning how to document. I am definitely still on the first three. This will help me make the jump to the next stage! - Darla Myers

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.

Outdoor learning documentation

Outdoor learning documentation - great for newsletter or hanging in hallway/classroom

Topic Planning - before launching into a topic we like to sit around our floor book and find out what the kids know about the topic and other ideas they have and things they might like to do in class. We are still at the ealry stages of tis as they are only 3 years, but its amazing how much we can take from the kids. On the other page we document what we have done, the kids stick in the pictures and we talk about what they did, I scribe for them.

Using a Floorbook to document children's existing ideas and knowledge about a topic

portfolio?

Pin 10 - Portfolios allow educators to share with families their children's progress and to revieve feedback and suggestions from families about their children's learning.

Portfolios: Each child has their own portfolio binder, which is updated routinely by his/her classroom teachers.  The portfolio is a compilation of pictures, quotes, artwork, writing samples (if applicable), and information regarding developmental milestones that chronicles each individual child’s growth and development at Compass.  Each portfolio is accessible in the classroom and parents can reference it at any time to gather information about their child’s early learning experiences.

Keep "growth binders" for each child that includes pictures, quotes, artwork, writing samples, and information regarding developmental milestones that chronicles each individual child’s growth and development over the year.

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Replicating pictures using wire and other incredibly inspiring Reggio projects.

The importance of documentation, and several examples.

"The Need To Tell our Story: Making Learning Visible". One educator's thoughts as she learns about pedagogical documentation.

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A definite must visit for those interested in documenting works in the Atelier.