You Wrote the Learning Story ... Now What?
The purpose of this course is to engage the afterlife of a Learning Story. What should you do once you have written? Do you send it to parents, staff, families? Do you share with other stakeholders? How can you use it for planning and enrichment?
Build Relationships Using Learning Stories
Allyson Montana talks about how to use Learning Stories to build connections with children, families and teaching peers. Parents understanding their child's learning builds trust and authentic collaboration.
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.
Share Your Teaching & Yourself in Learning Stories
In Learning Stories, the teacher is part of the story, as opposed to being an invisible bystander. This webinar is about how to include your own struggles, wonderings, and learnings. And how to weave your philosophies into your stories.
Learning Stories & Framework Linking in One Motion
Learning stories allow educators to speak from the heart and describe the experiences of young children they know well and respect. Linking learning stories to developmental frameworks can provide powerful context about a child's development.
Finding Your Voice: Storywriting with Style and Meaning
Discover and strengthen your 'writer's voice' with the assistance of Allyson. She will help you develop a unique, authentic, and engaging 'writer's voice' which will enhance your learning stories and writing to better reach children and families!
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