Wonsa-Ponna time. His Stories, Her Stories and My Stories: Stories about Teaching and Learning
By Janet Moles
In this article, I take a critical, but slightly light-hearted gaze at the professional learning benefits of developing teaching stories.
I recommend that by thinking critically about their role in developing learning situations for young children, teachers can create more critical and robust documentation of children’s learning and their own teaching.
The article provides an example of a teaching story, embedded in a child’s learning story, makes connections to teacher identities and discusses the way that teachers can increase their professional self-awareness through critiquing their practice.
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