For an educator, there is nothing more gratifying than seeing one’s impact on learning. To be completely in sync with a learner, and responsive to his or her learning in the context of the classroom community, is the pinnacle of good teaching. Given there are many avenues to assessing the art of teaching and learning, none is more powerful than that of pedagogical documentation. Documentation is typically defined as using documents for authentication, to provide factual support, or to serve as a historical record. Missing from this definition is the essence of development that can be told through documentation, that is, the power of imagery and text in creating context for learning, or pedagogical documentation.

Documentation means many things to many people. Whereas a teacher may ...

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