The process of noticing and recording children’s learning is an essential practice of effective early childhood educators. Noticing meaningful learning encounters and then collecting this information in a number of ways enables us as educators to fulfil the promise we make to children and their families—that ‘we will extend and enrich children’s learning’. Being attuned to children means that we will be alert to their learning and record it.
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An essential resource for all educators and directors in early childhood settings. Assessment for learning—Documentation and planning for the EYLF explains how to observe, assess and plan for children aged birth to five and links to all aspects of the Early Years Learning Framework. This resource offers explicit guidance on what ideas about planning mean in practice. Planning and observation are at the heart of any early years setting, and this straight-to-the-point guide gives a wealth of…
An essential resource for all educators and directors in early childhood settings, which: explains in plain English how to observe, assess and plan for children aged 0-5 links to all aspects of the Early Years Learning Framework answers the need for explicit guidance on what ideas about planning mean in practice Planning and observation are at the heart of any early years setting.
This poster is designed to make life a bit easier for early education teachers when trying to link learning stories and observations to theorists. It is a very easy to read document that looks great up on a wall, in children's portfolios and anywhere that educators need a quick snapshot of different theorists in childhood education.
This is a key resource for interpreting and implementing the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF), and is of value to anyone involved with early childhood education. It includes an overview of the principles and practice and pedagogy underlying the EYLF and advice on implementing the outcomes with different age groups. It also includes guidelines on learning environments, observation, evaluation, planning, play and transitions.
This book will assist educators and committees of management to address the National Quality Standards (NQS) for Early Childhood Care and Education and to prepare their Quality Improvement Plans (QIP). It addresses five key principles, identifying what they are and why they are important for children’s learning and development.