Teachers observe, think, project, assess, teach; all these actions could produce documents. Yet, documenting is something else, it means watching, thinking, collecting and in some way “writing” about didactical activities with another focus.The workshop aims at being an opportunity for participant to think about how they document their professional activity as teacher, to reflect about some important nodes of documentation in learning and educational context (like focus of observations, documenting for different person, documenting different events and for different scopes, documenting in progress and documenting at the end of activity) and to try to find out some criteria about the practice of documenting in schools.

Is documenting a relevant methodology for teachers? / Cardarello, Roberta; Antonietti, Maja. - STAMPA. - 1:(2006), pp. 151-151. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Improving Quality of teaching and learning: developmental work and implementation challenger, First European Conference on Practice-Based and Practitionaer Research, Earli –European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction tenutosi a Leuven nel 19-21 ottobre 2006.

Is documenting a relevant methodology for teachers?

CARDARELLO, Roberta;ANTONIETTI, Maja
2006-01-01

Abstract

Teachers observe, think, project, assess, teach; all these actions could produce documents. Yet, documenting is something else, it means watching, thinking, collecting and in some way “writing” about didactical activities with another focus.The workshop aims at being an opportunity for participant to think about how they document their professional activity as teacher, to reflect about some important nodes of documentation in learning and educational context (like focus of observations, documenting for different person, documenting different events and for different scopes, documenting in progress and documenting at the end of activity) and to try to find out some criteria about the practice of documenting in schools.
Improving Quality of teaching and learning: developmental work and implementation challenger, First European Conference on Practice-Based and Practitionaer Research, Earli –European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction
Leuven
19-21 ottobre 2006
Cardarello, Roberta; Antonietti, Maja
Is documenting a relevant methodology for teachers? / Cardarello, Roberta; Antonietti, Maja. - STAMPA. - 1:(2006), pp. 151-151. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Improving Quality of teaching and learning: developmental work and implementation challenger, First European Conference on Practice-Based and Practitionaer Research, Earli –European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction tenutosi a Leuven nel 19-21 ottobre 2006.
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