About this webinar
Writing a learning story is not always as easy as we think. The foundations of a learning story are strongly connected to well researched pedagogy in New Zealand which include celebrating the strengths of the child, their learning dispositions as well as connecting the narrative to family, child and teacher perspectives.
Learning stories have the potential to articulate strong messages of learner identity through narrative forms when we intertwine our head + heart + pedagogy in assessment. And they allow teachers to be subjective, express their emotions about a child, which makes the documentation flow so much more easily.
This session will offer educators new insight to engage their writing about ‘what matters’ in the learning process and provide you with plenty of practical tips to support your learning story writing.
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About your host
Kelly Goodsir is a long-time provocateur and advocate of learning stories.
She has an early childhood education consulting practice and runs study tours to New Zealand.
Kelly is also an Educa Advisory Board member.
Alick is the Customer Happiness Manager at Educa.
Kelly is an early education expert, trained in New Zealand, now advising early learning services in Australia.
Learning story software to support all programming needs and engage families.
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