Assessment and documentation of learning stories
Learning stories are the bread and butter of an early childhood teachers work. It is where we are able to capture the everyday learning of children; their discoveries, their strengths, their interests. We celebrate their development and begin to make meaning of the experiences that we are noticing. But as each child is different, there are also a myriad of different ways in which we can view this learning.
This workshop will take you through different learning frameworks including theoretical, philosophical and bicultural ways of viewing children’s learning. With an in-depth look at Te Whatu pōkeka, Te tiriti o Waitangi and Tātaiako, among others, and how we can use these lenses to enhance our assessment and documentation practices.
This course runs from 9am-3pm.
Normal Price: $195
Contact: Rosie Rush
(04) 461 7076