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Documenting Children's Learning

disrupting the myths


Kelly Goodsir and Anne Houghton

(paperback / 96 pages)


Too often the landscape of documentation in early childhood settings involves unnecessary entanglements, with the result that rigidity, rules and inherited ways become barriers to participation. Welcoming a conversation about these tensions, Documenting Children's Learning disrupts the myths that may hold back educators in their practice. More than that, it shows how to use documentation in ways that help you turn its wonderful potential into the welcome reality of making children's capability visible.


With this resource, you can shift beyond technical discussions about documentation and delve deeper into pedagogical approaches that support communicating ideas, thinking and theories to celebrate the capable child.


Published by Essential Resources

Documentation Children's Learning

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