Documentarians’ Work Made Visible: What Does it Mean to Document Young Children's Learning in Progress?
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Reggio-stylized documentation is often thought of as glossy end-product poster panels that show the results of a learning project. In our practice at Helen Gordon, we have learned that documenting in progress or coming along side of an experience as we seek to make it visible situates the documenter and community of learners as documentarians who chronicle life. The effects allow us to slow down, to learn to pay close attention to life's moments and details, and to make rich and significant meaning of our learning together. Come and join us as we make meaning of documentation in progress.
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