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Documentation is an interpretation of observations, selected and given meaning (signified), and constructed from acts and processes, in a dimension of exchange and discussion of different points of view.
In that documentation is communication, it requires attention and specific language competencies, that is to say, a capacity for constructing documents capable of communicating and conveying the meanings emerging in journeys of work, through words, sounds, images, and video.
Displaying documentation in infant-toddler centre and preschool spaces, and paper or digital publications, are invitations to dialogue and participation, offered to the children, our colleagues, and the parents.
The most important thing is a transition from educational practice that is completely internal, silent, without trace or almost, to a practice that is explicit, communicative, and which aims to document what, and how, the school is realising with children, how the children change. This means promoting a flow of information addressed to families (but also appreciated by children and teachers) that should be informed by good continuity, good measure, and excellent competency.
This webinar is part of
A SERIES OF WEBINARS ON DOCUMENTATION
Making Learning Visible
These webinars were recorded in November-December 2020
This webinar is on demand: you can view it for 1 month after purchase.
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