Begin the School Year Capturing First Moments
With the new school year comes children’s “first moments” that can be captured and preserved in Learning Stories, e.g., a child’s first day in preschool, the first time a toddler stood and started ho wobbly walk. Isauro Escamilla explains.
See the Child, Not the Checklist5.0 average rating (1 review)
How do we shift assessment from being data-focused checklists to child-focused stories? This webinar is about putting the child at the heart of their documentation, while still meeting all state assessment requirements.
Authentic Learning Stories that Engage
Learn what should be included in a quality learning story, making connections to lenses for learning, Te Whariki, and journeys of discovery.
Writing Learning Stories in Bilingual Settings
Many communities are bilingual, and Learning Stories offer unique opportunities to engage families with different home languages. Learn approaches to connect with children and their families, even though you may not speak the home langage.
Play & Learning Stories Series 1: Observe to Guide Intentional Teaching
This course will guide you through the Notice, Recognise, Respond process: noticing and recognising the learning in the play and planning how best to respond to these observations in meaningful ways.
How Learning Stories Capture Play-Based Learning
Many services embrace a play-based approach, but they use assessments that do not truly capture the learning growth of their approach. Many also struggle to communicate the value of play. Kelly Goodsir explains how Learning Stories achieve that goal.
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