Documenting Children's Learning

Documenting Children's Learning

Documenting how children are learning is an important activity for early childhood professionals to engage in on a regular basis.

For the Record: Documenting Young Children’s Learning and Development

Documenting observations of children is vital to learning about the children in our care. This video explores various strategies for observing and documenting young children’s learning and development, including anecdotal records and work samples.

Observing with Purpose: Strategies for Observing Young Children’s Learning and Development

Purposeful observation is a tool for learning about young children’s learning, development, and interests. This video explores key strategies for observing young children.

Babies and toddlers: Amazing learners - Video 1

Learning in the first three years is significant in part because skills, understandings and dispositions acquired lay the foundation for success in school and in life. Of course, supporting learning is not only about investing in the future but also about contributing to the quality of children’s lives in the present.

Babies and toddlers: Amazing learners - Video 2

Learning about others and learning to be with others is a complex and multifaceted area of learning that begins at birth and lasts a lifetime.

Babies and toddlers: Amazing learners - Video 3

Babies and toddlers use every one of their senses and abilities to explore and find out about the physical world. Over the first three years the variety of ways they have to interact with the physical world expands exponentially, and skills acquired very early become more refined.