a great example of documenting student work on a specific project to display in the classroom so that children can share their work with their families, classroom, and reflect back on their creative experience

Still life documentation- hang the actual item and not a photo of what you have drawn

This is an example of how a group of teachers displayed photos, samples of work, and brief descriptions surrounding a year-long research project with children. This style is more formal (developed after all experiences had taken place) rather than raw (developed on an ongoing basis as experiences are taking place) and speaks to both children and adults as the audience.

This is an example of how a group of teachers displayed photos, samples of work, and brief descriptions surrounding a year-long research project with children.

Child portfolios in early childhood settings...are they necessary? 15 Questions to ask first! Find out more at Mummy Musings and Mayhem.com

Documentation strategies using the EYLF for home/family day care services . Find more at Mummy Musings and Mayhem

Portfolios- Children's project work is documented throughout the year.

Portfolios- Children's project work is documented throughout the year. They can self-select among the many photos we take during the year, put them in, and the teachers can write what the children self-reflect about the experience and their learning.

New Post! 8 Ways to Document Children's Learning; Reggio Emilia Philosophy missreggio.blogspot.com:

This post explains why documentation is important and a few different ways of documenting. Documentation allows you to see children's interests overtime and build off prior interests for future activities.

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