By Linda Kinney
The documentation of younger kid's studying performs a necessary position within the pre-schools of Reggio Emilia. This innovative method of bringing record-keeping and overview into the guts of younger kid's studying is envied and emulated through educators worldwide. This specific, available and encouraging ebook is predicated upon a documentary method effectively carried out via Stirling Council in Scotland, whose pre-school educators skilled dramatic advancements of their understandings approximately young ones, how they study and the capability unleashed in effectively attractive households within the studying method. This process, that's in accordance with cautious hearing young ones and commentary in their pursuits and issues, centres round recording and commentating on kid's studying via photographs, wall monitors, video clips and quite a few varied media. The authors, either skilled educators contain chapters the following on: why early years’ educators may still use documentation as a way to reinforce younger kid's studying the values, rules and theories that underlie the 'Reggio' method tips on how to enforce documentations into any early years atmosphere, with real-life case stories and tricks for heading off universal pitfalls the way to contain, motivate and enthuse households and the broader group
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He knows all about it – electronics – he told me about electrons, how they are so small you can’t see them. They go through the wires and they make electricity. It goes into everything to make it work, lots of things that need electricity [laughs] but not paper because that’s what you draw on not plastic! Rowan: You can only see electricity in electric balls. Louise: Electric balls are electrons. Documentation approach in practice Rowan: With the pink electricity, if you place your hand on the electric ball, because I touched one this morning before I came to nursery, and I didn’t die!
What was it like in hospital? People were all dressed in green with masks on. Was your eye sore? It wouldn’t get better, so the doctor said the only way they could make it better was for it to come out. How long did you have to stay in hospital? Jennifer (Educator): Nana: Just for one night. Kieren: When are you going to open your eye? Rosellen: Is it difﬁcult just having one eye? Kieren’s nana with Kieren Documentation approach in practice Nana: Kieren: Niamh: Kieren: Cate: Nana: Niamh: Nana: Pippa: Struan: Kieren: Nana: Stuart: Kieren: Nana: Struan: Nana: Jennifer: Nana: Cate: Nana: All: 39 Threading a needle is difﬁcult, and I can’t see people on my left side.
Cos you might not see the picture and it might fall off. It might, if you keep switching it off and on the bulb inside might break. What will happen to the image? It might rip. It might get torn. It might ﬂatten the battery. Now that we have talked about the OHP, can we make some rules? Look at the OHP, is it on or off? Off. What do we do ﬁrst? Put it on. Do the children put it on? No. What would we do? 1 1 Documentation approach in practice Flora and Natasha: Andrea: Flora/Natasha: Andrea: Katie: Peter: Blair: Yvonne: Natasha: Yvonne: Flora, Freya and Natasha: Blair: Yvonne: Blair: Seumas: Yvonne: All: Yvonne: All: Yvonne: Peter: Yvonne: Jenna: Rebecca: Rebecca: Andrea: Natasha: Peter: Blair: Andrea: 19 Tell the ladies.
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