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I would love to see a picture of the text. Would that be possible?
I wish that I could Ann, but I do not have any pics of the text closer up. I wish I could help!Sincerely,Darla Myers
Hi Darla!I am very new to project based learning and therefore have a question about documentation. Do you reserve a place in your classroom to document, and is it a "set up as you go" sort of thing, or do you have the students help you choose pictures, etc, after the project to document? I started implementing the project approach this January with my students after I learned about it at an NAEYC conference. We did our first project on airplanes. We had a pilot visit, went to the airport and saw planes up close, made airplanes in our makerspace, and as a final project, created an airplane model out of large boxes. I never actually made a documentation display because that was the part I was most intimidated by. I wasn't sure if it was something we do after or during the project. Thanks in advance for your advice!