Learning Stories to Support STEM with Infants and Toddlers
Infants and toddlers are natural STEM learners. They approach the world with curiosity and wonder. This session will discuss using Learning Stories to support and make visible infants' and toddlers' explorations, discoveries, and learning.
Using Learning Stories to Support Transitions
Transitions between classrooms can be a time of big emotions for young children, their families, and their teachers. Learning Stories can serve as a powerful tool to support and guide us through this time of changes.
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.
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.