Aims and objectives:
Documenting and making learning visible is a process that begins with our values and beliefs of what we think is possible with young children. This course draws upon international research and practice that enables participants to explore a way of observing, interpreting and documenting young children’s learning that opens up to rich opportunities to help us decide how best to be alongside of children.
- Learn about the importance of multiple perspectives and interpretation
- Explore what makes a photograph (or a series of photographs) effective in communicating learning
- Discover how to use documentation as part of the reflective cycle of learning
- See how this can look like when working with young children with rich examples and case studies from everyday practice.
Audience: All educators and leaders working in ECE interested in finding out more about pedagogical documentation that makes learning visible.
Trainer: Debi Keyte-Hartland