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nice documentation! Who would not stop to read and consider?

This year's JK-Sk class spent the first part of the school year exploring the concept of community and all it entai.

Have questions for the parents about the child's learning, and what they expect, want to see at the centre. This also deepens the relationship within the centre. Question examples - "which learning environment do you value to be more important" then have the answers as being "outside" or "inside". Learning ideas, programs could be shaped from these types of questions from parents.

Another parents wall item. Parent engagement is so important. Small things like this can help parents and teachers communicate better.

The People of Pedagogy Infographic | e-Learning Infographics -- Erikson, Piaget, Vygotsky....

People of Pedagogy Lev Vygotsky is a behaviourist theorist Jean Piaget is much reputed for his theory of children's cognitive development Brumer's insightsin perceptive abilities of learners and its correlation with the learning motivation.

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La « Documentation » dans Reggio

"Documentation is not about what we do, but what we are searching for" - Carla Rinaldi via: Reggio Emilia Aotearoa New Zealand ≈≈

Pedagogical Documentation in Early Childhodd

Pedagogical Documentation: Why? When? Who? What? Where? How?

Early childhood programming series for educators, leaders and teachers - tips for making it simple but effective. Part 3 discusses analysis and reflection in planning and documentation. See more at Mummy Musings and Mayhem.

Educator Programming Made Simple - How to use reflection effectively.

Early childhood programming series for educators, leaders and teachers - tips for making it simple but effective. Part 3 discusses analysis and reflection in planning and documentation. See more at Mummy Musings and Mayhem.

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