Documentation

Observing, documenting and interpreting children’s learning and play are among the most valuable skills an educator can develop.  Documentation brings visibility to the teaching and learning process, deepening our understanding of each other.  It helps educators build intentionality into their learning environments, develops closer relationships with children and families, and supports authentic assessment. 

Please take a look at highlights of this here at Great Beginnings.

  • Some Easter Egg Fun

    Some Easter Egg Fun

    April 12, 2017 Today we decorated some Easter Eggs with shaving cream and food colouring.  It was a different…

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  • Taste the Rainbow

    Taste the Rainbow

    April 12, 2017 - School Age Room (Ages 6-12 years) We had fun with Skittles...Taste the Rainbow! We decided…

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  • The Farm

    The Farm

    April 12, 2017 The boys wanted to play with the farmer and his animals. Boy A was looking after…

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  • HC-5

    Happy St. Patrick’s Day

    March 17, 2017 During our St Patrick’s Day Party, three boys are seated at the craft table.  Boy A sees the…

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  • Shaving Cream Fun

    Shaving Cream Fun

    March 24, 2017 The Educator had a few trays lined up on the table with a bottle of shaving…

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  • A Boy and His Ice Cream

    A Boy and His Ice Cream

    March 22, 2017   While working at the play dough station a Boy started to make what appeared to be…

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