Thank-you for an exciting day of learning at the Seton Montessori Fall Institute! Here are the resources and links that I talked about during our workshop. These resources will aid in your discovery of how to document learning in a meaningful way so it informs your teaching. ENJOY!
“Remember only this one thing. The stories people tell have a way of taking care of them. If stories come to you, care for them. And learn to give them away when they are needed. Sometimes a person needs a story more than food to stay alive. That is why we put these stories in each other’s memory. This is how people care for themselves.” Crow and Weasel by Barry Lopez
Making Learning Visible (MLV) – Probably the most complete work on Documentation, many “how-to” resources, examples. and articles. http://www.makinglearningvisibleresources.org
AARP Social Media Education Center – Everything you wanted to know about social media but were afraid to ask!
C.R.E.A.T.E. lab website
Documentation Protocol for Group Analysis and Interpretation DocumentProtocol copy 2
Pinterest.com – pat pinciotti – Documentation board
Reggio Children – Resource for Education and Research on Reggio Emilia Schools
Krechevsky, M, Mardell, B. Rivard, M. & Wilson, D. (2013).Visible Learners: Promoting Reggio-inspired approaches in all schools. Jossey-Bass.
Project Zero & Reggio Children. (2001). Making Learning Visible: Children as individual and group learners.
Rinaldi, C. (Winter, 2014). The Relationship between documentation and assessment. Innovations, 11.1. relationship_documentation_assessment-rinaldi
Seitz. H. (March, 2008). The power of documentation in the early childhood classrooms. Young Children, 88-93. Seitz
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