About the book…

“In Documenting Learning, the authors seek to qualify, rather than quantify, what contemporary learning is all about: looking for, capturing, reflecting, sharing, and amplifying the learning that is taking place. In this text, they break down these actions and how they apply to before, during, and after learning moments and describe a new way to approach contemporary work and self-determined learning.”
Michael Fisher, Author and Consultant

The Book

A Guide to Documenting Learning will be published by Corwin press in January 2018

The Blog

Follow our own journey around documenting learning on our blog.

The Authors

Meet Silvia and Janet, the authors of A Guide to Documenting Learning. Want to work us? Contact us and we will get back to you within 24 hours.

The Why

The Why Behind Documenting Learning

#documenting4learning

When the "act and the process of documenting learning" becomes the vehicle to learn, we can look at it as a method that facilitates learning.

Latest Blog

The 3 Stages of Documentation OF/FOR/AS Learning

Documentation OF/FOR/AS Learning has many objectives, goals, levels, and components. My work is concentrating on making pedagogical documentation visible and shareable to amplify teaching and learning. I believe that using...

Documentation OF/FOR/AS Learning

Documentation as a teacher, as a student, as learners can take on many different forms. In an effort to make my thinking and conversations with Andrea Hernandez, Silvana Meneghini, Chic...

Reading “Visible Learners” Through the Lens of Documentation

I am reading Visible Learners by Mara Krechevsky, Ben Mardell, Melissa Rivards and Daniel Wilson. In an effort to document my reading, I am choosing to tweet quotes that resonate...

A Conversation about Documenting FOR and AS Learning

There are different ways to hold a conversation. I am using several platforms/methods to hold a conversation with the faculty of the Shore, Church of England Grammar School from Sydney,...

Documenting Through the Lens of Curation: Amplifying Information & Making It More Accessible

The #amplifiEDU Twitter chat from September 30th, was documented through the lens of a Twitter Newbie through a screencast of the chat- Becoming More Connected, commentated and individual components of...

Looking For Learning: Making Connections For Your Teachers

This post if meant to be seen through the lens of Looking and Documenting FOR Learning from the perspective of administrators or staff in charge of supporting teachers’ professional development...

The What? Why? How? of Documenting4Learning

My work in formalizing Documenting4Learning is moving forward. In good old fashion, regarding practicing what one preaches, I am documenting my journey: Learning to Document FOR Learning and Sharing Copyright...

Learning to Document FOR Learning and Sharing

We are in the middle of a enormous change of the culture of teaching and learning. The teacher must see himself/herself as a learner, since he/she is on uncharted territory...

Unpacking a Twitter Conference Feed

Twitter can be overwhelming, even for a seasoned Twitterer. We use tools, such as Tweetdeck, to help us organize the tweets coming in we use #hashtags to filter and connect...

Professional Development Model: Documenting4Learning

I just returned from a consulting/coaching visit to Mount Scopus Memorial College, a K-12 Jewish Day School, in Melbourne, Australia. It was a one day full faculty (K-6) keynote style...