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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 ...
Chapter 7: Documenting Learningflow Routine
Documenting Learningflow Routine
It is not knowledge, but the act of learning; not possession, but the act of getting there, which grants the greatest enjoyment.
The documenting learningflow routine embraces students and teachers participating in the act of learning while the learning is taking place. Owning one’s learning takes on new depths and perspectives when the five learningflow routine steps are applied to purposeful documenting opportunities.
Establishing a routine is like having a specific practice reach a point where it becomes a natural facet of whatever is being performed. For example, yoga involves building balance, increasing flexibility, and achieving mindfulness routines. Harvard’s Project Zero visible thinking routines is founded on four practices that aid students and teachers in extending and ...