The Importance Of Observations in ECE

The Importance Of Observations in ECE

Children experience a wide array of emotions and discoverers every day as they explore the world around them.

You can't always engage a young children in a meaningful discussion about their thought processes and feelings. As teachers, we learned decades ago that in order to understand children, we must observe them.

Observations mean teachers are able to better understand each child, and engage them in activities and conversations that better extend their learning.

It's important for parents to connect with these observations to give them a better understanding of their child's thought processes and development so they can extend their learning at home. 

Educa helps thousands of teachers to record observations every day and share these insights with parents.

Being able to record meaningful conversations and revisit them with the child and the parents helps educators know they’re being heard, and gives parents access to these vauble insights. 

In this short video Ariane shares the positive impact Educa is having at St Stephens - and how it gives everyone a voice. 

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