Friday 26th October, 2012
1:15pm to 2:15pm
Ontario's new full-day kindergarten program poses exciting opportunities for schools. Teachers and dedicated early childhood educators structure play to create learning moments that pique students’ curiosity. However, documenting authentic learning stories "in the moment" can be challenging. Fortunately, web-based documentation software exists to address this challenge. CLiC, which stands for “Capturing Learning in the Classroom,” leverages technology to record and track teacher observations of student learning. Learn how one full-day Kindergarten teacher, as part of the recent national field test, uses CLiC to (1) upload photos, videos, or audio recordings, (2) build learning stories around learning artefacts, and (3) connect them to program expectations. She’ll also show how easy it is to view and generate powerful summaries that support her planning and communication of student learning with parents.
Wife 2 @gameonglove, Mom of 3 gr8 kids, OCT, Doctoral Student, on secondment to Pearson Canada-School Division as Digital Learning Research+Communication Mgr bio from Twitter
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