Making Learning Visible - Pedagogical Documentation in a Play and Inquiry Based Classroom

A session at BIT15 - Bring IT,Together 2015

Friday 6th November, 2015

11:00am to 11:50am (EST)

As educators it is our job to recognize the powerful ways in which technology can be used to enhance learning and capitalize on our student’s knowledge and expertise to drive learning forward. In a play and inquiry based classroom the emergent curriculum has changed the way in which we teach and document student’s knowledge of their world. It is our goal to create strong home-school connections by using technology to share the incredible learning of our students with their families. In this session we will present how to use Easy Blogger, Google Drive (Google Forms, Google Portfolio), class webpages, as well as inquiry maps can be used to make learning visible. It is through pedagogical documentation that we involve families and the community in the learning journey.


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Kate Hitch
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Becky Kennedy

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19 attendees

  • 6Z Valleys
  • Andrew Paquin
  • Camille Boudreau
  • Kate Hitch
  • Chris Gencarelli
  • Nancy Rowland
  • Derrick Schellenberg
  • Janice Poirier
  • Jason Boyce
  • Jennifer Lyle
  • Kat Bragg
  • Kelly
  • Lori Smith
  • Melissa
  • Sandra Shannon
  • Becky Kennedy
  • Roger Ramsay
  • Stefanie
  • Tracy Sopha

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  • Heidi Hobson
  • Julie Millan
  • Louise Owen
  • Billy Miller
  • Nicole
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  • Susan Penfold
  • Terri Crocker
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Time 11:00am11:50am EST

Date Fri 6th November 2015


Peller Estates A, Scotiabank Convention Centre

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