zella said purple: respecting children's learning

let the children play: Be Reggio Inspired: Documentation and Display; sculpture from Zella Said Purple

Reflections Nursery and Forest School: MAKING LEARNING VISIBLE - An Exhibition of Children's Work in Worthing

Making Learning Visible - from Reflections Nursery and Forest School (",)

On Display: Thinking and Learning in Room 122

Family corner - Transforming our Learning Environment into a Space of Possibilities: On Display: Thinking and Learning in Room 122 ?

By Jan Millikan and Stefania Giamminuti  This new title in our EYLF series links the EYLF and documentation. Drawing on research from both Reggio Emilia and Australia, the authors are well placed to offer these insights.

By Jan Millikan and Stefania Giamminuti This new title links the Early Years Learning Framework and documentation and draws on research from both Reggio Emilia and Australia.

child-assembled documentation panel in a reggio-inspired kindergarten classroom from http://myclassroomtransformation.blogspot.com

child-assembled documentation panel in a reggio-inspired kindergarten; do you let children be a part of the documentation process?

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.

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The Three Elements of the Documentation Process – Moving beyond Display to Interpretation

Observation, documentation-make learning visible, interpretstion The Three Elements of the Documentation Process– Moving beyond Display to Interpretation

Every Art, Every Child | Documentation Panels

Reggio Documentation Panel-Making: how teachers can document the educational value of their art program. Documentation that also shows children are being actively listened to, valuing children's voices,thoughts & ideas.

documentation: clay, drawing, book

let the children play: the point preschool: use of natural materials inside the classroom

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