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Completely updated, this popular guide provides teachers with a proven method for documenting (collecting, analyzing, and displaying) young children's work at school. Written by teachers for teachers, this classic resource also shows principals, curriculum coordinators, and directors of Head Start and other early intervention programs how to develop children's portfolios to share with parents or to use for assessment and other accountability purposes.
Table of Contents
|The value of documentation||p. 7|
|Windows on learning : a framework for decision making||p. 13|
|The documentation Web : providing a map for documentation||p. 20|
|Narratives : telling the story||p. 25|
|Observations of progress and performance : watching the child||p. 33|
|Individual portfolios : capturing children's competence||p. 41|
|Individual and group products : seeing is believing||p. 51|
|Self-reflections of children : thinking about thinking||p. 73|
|Window into a real classroom : the movie theater project||p. 85|
|Documentation for teacher growth||p. 110|
|Documentation as assessment : building credibility||p. 119|
|Organization and presentation of documentation||p. 129|
|Teacher materials for documenting young children's work||p. 145|
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