Month: September 2019

You do not fit the child into the theory

The word theory has its roots in ancient Greek, basically meaning a view, a notion or contemplation.  In the domain of early childhood education, theories are the overarching ideas that influence our pedagogical practices, and each theory or theorist has...

/ September 12, 2019

Will implementing a digital documentation solution result in more parent engagement?

A new research study completed by Dr. M.E. Picher on the use of a digital documentation technology (called Storypark) in Ontario’s kindergarten program shows that this technology had a positive impact on parents’ engagement in their children’s learning. The study,...

/ September 11, 2019

Are you considering a digital documentation solution but worried it will be too much extra work? See the research that proves otherwise.

Findings from a new research study on the use of a digital documentation technology (called Storypark) in full-day kindergarten showed that, overall, workload did not increase for the educators who participated in the study. The research, which was done by...

/ September 10, 2019

Supporting te reo Māori

Storypark for Families app learned its first words in te reo Māori Storypark has taken further steps towards providing more support for te reo Māori.  Te Wiki o te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week) is 9–15 September this year, and...

/ September 10, 2019