Www.kass.net.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Appendix-4.pdf. Sandy's teacher registration: March 2012. Learning stories or learning notes? ELP's Kindness Blog: Being a Friend & What if kindness is the only rule? Ever since we started thinking about kindness more, from reading ELP's blog and considering what this meant in terms of our Social Competency view of our world here at Greerton, we have been writing more about this for our children and families.
We realised how important 'kindness' was in the way our whole learning and teaching culture played out. As teachers we wanted to model this and it has been so fabulous to see this happening. As with research journeys we are so often surprised and we were not expecting to see the way leadership was enhanced. We think children have a real sense of what is just and fair and when they are immersed in a culture of fairness, in its many shapes and forms, they will promote this way of being to each other. The learning stories we have written show this time and again. Here is the learning story in an easy to read format! What if kindness is the only rule? Ash, isn’t it just as well we don’t have locked doors! Hand writen learning story. Nayland Kindergarten Literacy in an E-Learning Context: The movie lens. School based learning story. You will find the text for the learning story beneath the image.
What aspects of this learning story support Isabel's learning? What might the teacher have noticed from this learning story? How might this story support Isabel to develop her maths capability at school, at home, and in another context? What learning to learn strategies would you support Isabel to develop next? Transcript: Terrific Teenagers Curriculum area: Mathematics: Level 1. Recognising numbers to 20 For maths we have been learning to count to 20 and recognise the numbers on the number line.
At maths time we practiced using the hundreds board, flip charts, and number lines. Next we are going to put the numbers in order from 1 all the way to 20. What Isabel noticed: "I'm going to practise the teenagers now" said Isabel. This is certainly quality work Isabel! Can you write the numbers in order? What Isabel thought: Mark Bailey - Digital Learning Stories - Examples of Learning Stories. How Many Phones? Luke's Learning Story. Learning Stories: One way to assess and report—professionals and children working together. Learning Stories: One way to assess and report—professionals and children working together Learning Stories: One way to assess and report—professionals and children working together What are Learning Stories?
And how can they be of use to us in our work of helping children to learn and grow? When I first worked in child care in Sydney back in the 1980s and was studying what was then called the Associate Diploma of Child Care, I was told that observations were scientific records, and to be a successful observer I needed to maintain scientific protocols. Observations were to be objective, concerned only with the facts or features of what I was seeing, not my thoughts or feelings, nor my perceptions of the child’s thoughts or feelings. When I learnt about a socio-constructivist approach which challenges the notion of predictable, universally applicable developmental stages, it had a strong impact on how, what and when I observed and planned. Learning stories are narratives of complex learning. Learning Stories — Tom Drummond. Greerton Early Childhood Centre. Greerton Early Childhood Centre Centre of Innovation Skip to content Resources Note: Adobe reader may be required to view some information - download here for free if you do not already have this.
Websites that inspire us Educational Leadership Projectwww.elp.co.nz Ministry of Educationwww.minedu.govt.nz Te Ara- Encyclopedia of New Zealandwww.teara.govt.nz/en Guy Claxtonwww.guyclaxton.com Carol Dweckmindsetonline.com Ted: Ideas Worth Spreadingwww.ted.com. Learning Story Examples. Jackson's Learning Story. Hunter's Learning Story.