Tag: teachers

The role of men in teaching young children

Men in early childhood education are a minority, not just in New Zealand but around the world. We spoke with Dr David Brody a Lecturer, Author, Academic Dean and Head of Early Childhood at Efrata College in Israel about his...

/ October 4, 2016

A recipricol learning community at Midlands Kindergarten

Midlands Kindergarten is situated in central Ballarat, Victoria. It is one of 24 learning services managed by ECKA (Eureka Community Kindergarten Association). “We have 95 families attending our service.  We have two four year old groups and 2 three year...

/ September 21, 2016

More tips for getting the most out of Storypark

There are a whole range of ways you can get the most out of Storypark! The following are a list of tips and suggestions to help you and your team get the most out of Storypark. Each tip links to a...

/ July 27, 2016

Portfolio Stories

Being a teacher can also mean being a learner. You need to be able to make observations and capture reflections on what you learn as part of your teaching practice, as well as what the outcomes for children have been....

/ June 22, 2016

Storypark e-portfolios increase parent engagement

It is well known that a strong parent community is an asset to any school A well functioning parent community completes the loop between teachers and children enabling everyone to be more informed and connected. For children, being able to...

/ November 12, 2012

New Storypark e-portfolio features for parents and teachers

Hello! We are very happy to announce some updates that will make it easier for teachers and parents to use Storypark. Thanks for sending us your feedback as we love to hear from you. We know that printing options are...

/ November 5, 2012