Why do you document?

In classrooms that use inquiry-based approaches - including those who use Emergent Curriculum, engage in long or short term project work, or are inspired by Reggio Emilia - we work hard to find the

The Journey of Pedagogical Documentation

Those of us who are on the journey of documenting children's ideas, thoughts, play, investigations, and questions know that it is a process.

Notes from Reggio: Seeing and re-seeing

(Notes from lecture by Maddelena Tedeschi)

Beginning Reflections on Reggio Emilia study tour

One would think, after a visit to Reggio Emilia, that anyone would have so much to say about the experience that they would not be able to stop talking about it.

Thoughts on children and silence

In a recent college class (along with a group of student teachers), I was watching a video of an experienced teacher in action as she worked alongside toddlers with watercolour paints.

My involvement in Early Childhood Education began when my three children attended childcare in Montreal. I became fascinated with how children learn, and through further education at Mount St. Vincent University in Halifax, N.S. and Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena, CA., was able to begin working with young children.

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The chocolate project evolved from the children's disbelief about where chocolate comes from....
Fall 2017
NS College of ECE, Halifax, N.S.
November 18th 2017
Ottawa area (Kanata)
October 19th and 20th
Prince Edward Island
November 21
Online (closed group)
February 3rd 2018
Hamilton, Ontario