Strengthening Resilience in Young Children using Learning Stories
Join Santa Clara University’s Barbara Burns to deepen your understanding of the importance of resilience skills in early childhood. Learn to create your own ‘resilience-building lens’ in Learning Stories and share them with children and families.
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.
Talking to Families About Noticing Learning - Allyson Montana
This webinar, lead by Allyson Montana, explores ways to talk to parents about noticing learning - it's not just about letters and numbers, and play is not just play. It's about learning rich activities, and it's about sharing the continuing learning
Engage by Focusing on the Important - Authentic Learning Stories
This webinar is about focusing on what's important. What features do learning stories need to be authentic and meaningful for families and children.
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.
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.