Modeling Behavior for Children by Sharing Learning Stories About Colleagues, Zach Bernstein
Writing Learning Stories about our colleagues in ECE can deepen all of our relationships and enrich all our learning experiences. Sharing these Learning Stories with the children lets them see their teachers walking the walk.
Literacy in Play - Noticing, Recognising and Responding4.9 average rating (7 reviews)
Dr. Sarah Aiono will share practical ways to notice and recognise when children are exploring literacy as they play. Learning Stories then serve as the best documentation of that exploration.
Writing About You, a Way to Practice Learning Stories
A great way to learn is by working with the familiar. In writing, that is writing about yourself and what's going on in your life. This webinar shows how to build your Learning Story writing skills doing just that.
Introducing Families to the Virtues of Learning Stories
This session will dive into ideas on introducing families to story-telling and how to point out the virtues of Learning Stories. From there, how to partner with families when creating stories and portfolios and supporting the families’ voice.
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.
Work Through Challenging Behavior Using Learning Stories5.0 average rating (3 reviews)
Since Learning Stories always focus on strengths, it is often assumed that they cannot serve as a tool to address challenging behaviors. But, Learning Stories can, in fact, help us reflect on and devise strategies to support challenging behavior.
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