Smart Phone: Friend or Foe?

Documentation is one of the most crucial aspects of our experience as Reggio-inspired early childhood educators.  It is the foundation upon which best practice, strong pedagogy, and personal relationships are constructed.  Taking the time to document the things children say and do is one of the primary ways we show students that we consider them... Continue Reading →

Documentation and the Image of the Teacher

Almost any teacher will tell you that pedagogical documentation is invaluable.  Inside and outside the classroom, it has a tremendous number of uses encompassing everything from assessment to curriculum development to perpetuating the cycle of inquiry.  In many ways, honest and meticulously collected documentation can become a sort of guidance system for the trajectory of... Continue Reading →

The Paradox of Pedagogical Documentation

Documentation is the life-blood of our experience as educators working in the Reggio Way.  It is how we show students not just that we are watching what they do, but listening to what they say and how they feel.  By documenting, we provide parents an insight into the everyday challenges and victories that make up... Continue Reading →

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