New Post! 8 Ways to Document Children's Learning; Reggio Emilia Philosophy missreggio.blogspot.com:

This post explains why documentation is important and a few different ways of documenting. Documentation allows you to see children's interests overtime and build off prior interests for future activities.

REC: Resources for Early Childhood--this site has great examples of simple preschool studies using project approach--take note of topic selections--all things kids have experience with every day--HHCDC teachers it is helpful to read through these descriptions!

REC: Resources for Early Childhood--this site has great examples of simple preschool studies using project approach--take note of topic selections--all things kids have experience with every day

Reggio-inspired: How to implement preschool planning based off of observations. This is a nice visual

Reggio-inspired: How to implement preschool planning based off of observations. This is a nice visual example

Making Learning Visible: Documentation Exhibition - when shared language emerges

Ideas to promote deeper level thinking and questioning from: Making Learning Visible: Documentation Exhibition

Documentation panel with children's work, photos, and children's handwritten text.

The Colour Experiment Documentation Created by the Students Upon the completion of an art inquiry, our teaching team decided to ask .

This is how I document my program.  This gets emailed at the end of each week.  We also have a staff diary and reflective diary which we all use.

A good idea, email to parents at the end of each week. Also have a staff diary and individual reflective diary.

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