Documenting what we saw in the garden

Documenting what we saw in the garden. Student doing documentation just involves printing photos out

a great example of documenting student work on a specific project to display in the classroom so that children can share their work with their families, classroom, and reflect back on their creative experience

Still life documentation- hang the actual item and not a photo of what you have drawn

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An introduction letter we made (Portfolio Template CD) for families to help them understand the purpose of a portfolio and how they can contribute.

An introduction letter we made (Portfolio Template CD) for families to help them understand the purpose of a portfolio and how they can contribute.

By: Diane Kashin, Ed.D, RECE. Pedagogical documentation can be viewed as a “process to explore all of our questions about children” (Ministry of Education, 2014, p. 21). It is a slow process that r…

The Progression towards Pedagogical Documentation

By: Diane Kashin, Ed.D, RECE. Pedagogical documentation can be viewed as a “process to explore all of our questions about children” (Ministry of Education, p. It is a slow process that r…


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