Facilitated by: Karyn Callaghan, M.Ed, and Jason Avery
Documenting children’s investigations and relationships is now recognized as central to the practice of educators of young children. In our time together, using examples of documentation created by Jason Avery, we will consider how we give visibility to our view of the child, families, teaching, and learning, as well as to what it looks like when children feel that they belong, are engaged in relationship and learning, can express their ideas and responses in many ways, and have a feeling of well-being.
Participants are invited to bring a piece of documentation-in-the-works, so we can work together to consider different perspectives about what the documentation reveals, not only about the children’s thinking, but also about our own questions, learning, values, and assumptions.
Registration begins on September 6, 2016
Full Day Professional Learning and Reflection
Date: Saturday November 26
Time: 8:30 to 4:00pm
Location: BMO Centre, 295 Rectory St., London, ON
Fee: $30 Lunch included
Registration Deadline: Nov 18