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Documenting children’s learning can be a complex task but full of joy when a piece of documentation celebrates the journey thus far. For many educators, there is a desire to bring together a piece of documentation that shows learning, celebrates both individual and groups of children and captures the readers. So how might this be achieved? From the title through to the content and a summary of learning, there are some key points to consider when documenting learning. Regardless of where you are at, on your documentation journey, this webinar will support you to feel confident in moving forward.

Completing How to write a piece of documentation - from beginning to end will contribute one hour of PD addressing the following Australian Professional Standards for Teachers and aligns with the NESA criteria for Elective PD.

NESA Elective PD:

  • Enhanced teaching practice to effect positive change and impact on student/child learning progress and achievements
  • Involved opportunities to give and receive feedback and/or undertake self-reflection and reflection on the teaching practices of others
  • Research based and evidence based 

Alignment with Australian Professional Standards for Teachers

The Australian Professional Teaching Standards
Professional Knowledge: 
APTS 2: Know the content and how to teach it
Professional Practice: 
APTS 3: Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
APTS 5: Assess, provide feedback and report on student learning
Professional Engagement:
APTS 6: Engage in professional learning

For information regarding teacher registration and accreditation, contact the teacher registration board/institute in your state.

This webinar also aligns with:

Alignment with the Early Years Learning Framework

Early Years Learning Framework - Principles
Early Years Learning Framework - Practices
Adopting holistic approaches
Planning and implementing learning through play

The EYLF Learning Outcomes 
Outcome 1: Children have a strong sense of identity
Outcome 3: Children have a strong sense of wellbeing
Outcome 4: Children are confident and involved learners

Alignment with the National Quality Standards

QA1: Educational program and practice