In the Reggio Emilia approach, teachers are viewed as researchers and learners alongside the children they work with. Teachers carefully record transcripts of conversations and remarks, take pictures, and collect work done by the children. They then carefully study and reflect on these materials and utilize them to create organized and displayed documents. This process fulfills several purposes. First, it enables teachers to determine which direction learning will take next. Second, it makes learning in the classroom visible to parents and other community members. Third, it gives teachers the opportunity for self-reflection, promoting professional development. And fourth, it creates an archive of learning. At TTwinfinity Preschool we regularly produce documentation that is displayed within the classrooms, emailed to community members, and posted here in our archive. Take a look at our recent happenings by clicking on the links below!