Pedagogical Documentation is the process of making learning visible via taking photos of the learning process, saving artwork, videoing action, making notices and recording voice, and then using that documentation purposefully.
Did you know that by doing this, you can dramatically improve the learning experience for your students?
That’s why we’ve created our guide, Pedagogical Documentation: A Step by Step Guide to Overcome the Barriers With Documentation and Involve Children in the Process, just for you!
We have created this step-by-step guide so that you can follow these processes and then use what you learn to enrich and extend your students’ learning through hundreds of new activities and children.
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Why relationships are the heart and soul of pedagogical documentation
Why you need to slow down and be amazed by your students
How you can document the learning process
How you can go public with the work and share it with your community
The importance of making meaning from pedagogical documentation
How you can study and reflect upon your work
How you can enrich and extend this learning through responsive planning