„Schau, was ich schon kann!“

This book presents the world’s first study of its kind on the use of portfolios in kindergarten and, by means of this innovative form of learning and documentation, traces the unique learning paths of our children.

Eva Stundner
Lois Lammerhuber

24 × 32 cm
256 pages
120 photos
German
Hardcover
ISBN 978-3-901753-75-6
October 2014

29.90
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Authors

  • Eva Stundner

    Eva Stundner wurde 1966 in Bludenz/Vorarlberg geboren. Sie ist in der Abteilung Kindergärten im Amt der Niederösterreichischen Landesregierung für die [...] more

  • Lois Lammerhuber

    Lois Lammerhuber is a photographer and publisher. His close collaboration with GEO Magazine started in 1984, continues to this day, [...] more

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“My whole life is in there, the past – everything that was, the people, everything!
Jakob, six years old, about his portfolio.

Every child has the right to be perceived in its uniqueness and to follow its individual development and learning paths. Portfolio is an innovative form of learning and documentation that consistently focuses on the strengths and individual development of each child. The method is both simple and challenging: drawings, dialogues with children, photos and other snapshots of the child’s developmental history are documented and collected – thus creating a kind of archive on the child’s development. In Schau was ich schon kann! a study is presented that deals with the question of how portfolio works in kindergarten. How do you succeed in making children’s talents and learning paths visible? What role do adults play? Numerous practical examples provide exciting insights into the children’s world and into working with portfolios in kindergarten.

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“My whole life is in there, the past – everything that was, the people, everything!
Jakob, six years old, about his portfolio.

Every child has the right to be perceived in its uniqueness and to follow its individual development and learning paths. Portfolio is an innovative form of learning and documentation that consistently focuses on the strengths and individual development of each child. The method is both simple and challenging: drawings, dialogues with children, photos and other snapshots of the child’s developmental history are documented and collected – thus creating a kind of archive on the child’s development. In Schau was ich schon kann! a study is presented that deals with the question of how portfolio works in kindergarten. How do you succeed in making children’s talents and learning paths visible? What role do adults play? Numerous practical examples provide exciting insights into the children’s world and into working with portfolios in kindergarten.

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Weight2 kg / 4.41 lbs
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