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A new approach to contemporary documentation and learning What is learning? How do we look for, capture, reflect on, and share learning to foster meaningful and active engagement? A Guide to Documenting Learning helps educators answer these questions. Documenting learning is a process that makes thinking about learning processes visible, meaningful, shareable, and amplified. It facilitates student-driven learning, helping students reflect on and articulate their own learning processes. It also helps teachers reflect on their own learning and classroom practice. When teachers are co-creators with their students, both gain valuable insights that inform future learning and empower students as engaged learners. This unique how-to book • Explains the purposes and different types of documentation • Teaches different “LearningFlow” systems to help educators integrate documentation throughout ...

Documenting Learning and Branding Administrative Actions
Documenting Learning and Branding: Administrative Actions

We should want our community to see all the amazing things happening in school, and we should want our children to have a strong connection with the community around them.

—Tony Sinanis and Dr. Joseph Sanfelippo

In Chapter 4, it was mentioned that schools and districts can use documenting learning as institutional memory:

Institutional memory for a school or district is a collective set of facts, events, best practices, learning experiences, values, and knowledge that represents who they are and what they believe in as an educational institution at a specific moment in, as well as over time. From an administrator’s school or district perspective, documenting learning can begin to replace traditional ways of ...

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