So often I hear from teachers, “What can I document?”
There are so many activities, experiences and discoveries that happen during one day!
- How do you really decide what is worth the time?
- Your energy?
- The school resources?
- What can wait or doesn’t make sense to have a whole board for it right now?
- What types of formats are there for documentation?
- Do I have to create a whole story board and a panel?
(Below is a documentation display I created a few years ago that was inspired by the children's snowman creations.)
All these options and different ways to document can instill paralysis in a teacher, and then cause her to do nothing.
It’s just too much!
So I often I find directors struggling to offer the right support for their staff when it comes to documentation WITHOUT pressuring them too much.
So then what is the solution?
There are many different ways to document.
Today, I want to share with you one format for documentation.
In this FREE cheat sheet you will learn everything about the picture of the day.
The picture of the day is one way to document the learning process that
- doesn’t cost any money
- No extra resources needed
- And you can do it in less than 3 minutes!
Now I want to hear from you,
What are some of your biggest frustrations around documentation?
What would you really like to know how to do?
What are some of your wishes when it comes to documenting?
Leave a comment and let me know :)
This picture of the day sheet came about from a director who asked for some formats for documenting. So I put this together!
I look forward to hearing from you
To creativity and Innovation!