Documenting Learning

“Recording children’s remarks as they reflect on their activities tells them their thoughts are worth preserving. You can label their drawings or take dictation as they dramatize something that happened. For older children, encourage them to write letters and words that capture their experiences and what they learned and thought while engaging in them.”

– Epstein, 2003

http://www.naeyc.org/files/yc/file/200309/
Planning&Reflection.pdf

4 thoughts on “Documenting Learning

    • That’s so awesome!! I’m sure it’ll be something special for her to look back on when she’s older. I’m excited for when my daughter starts talking more. Would love to know what goes on in that little mind of hers!

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  1. Reblogged this on PlayPlay! Funny Play! and commented:
    Such a great idea. I never thought of it. We will defenitely start documenting once Vito begins to speak – he is babbling a lot so should be soon.
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    Nossa que idéia super interessante. Eu nunca tinha pensando nisso. Começaremos a documentar assim que o Vito começar a falar – ele está balbuciando bastante então não deve demorar muito.

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