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Learning Story 1 for 5004 The Whole Child

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Published on Aug 26, 2011

Note: It is with gratitude that Ashley and Sophie's parents allowed me to use their children for your viewing. They asked in return if they could have a copy of the learning stories you write. They do not need a copy of your reflection but a copy of yourlearning story would be appreciated. Here is Ashley 5.8 (and his sister Sophie 4.2) working with his teacher around numeracy as he has shown interest in adding numbers which you will see in his very enthusiastic behaviour attitude and disposition. You will also see scaffolding and tuakana/teina and much more. Remember to look at the video through the Te Whaariki "glasses" so you make links to the NZ Early Childhood Curriculum. Remember as I stated in class that there is no one way to write your learning story but remember to use the "exemplars" if you need to and to get the opinions of others about your learning story.(IE your AT might offer comment when you are on practicum). Remember this is an assignment so it has a little more insightful depth in the links to theoristswe have studied in class that you might make and you will have a reflection to write after you have written both of your stories.
NOTE: To listen to both the Learning Story Video Data you will need head phones to hear clearly what is being said.

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