Many professionals, from engineers to artists, scientists to writers, keep a written reflection of their work. These journals provide a record of what these professionals were interested in, what they were learning from their work and more.
Children too can benefit from keeping a learning journal. Journaling is a way to process information and think things through.
Recording does not have to be restricted to writing. Children can use drawing or collage. This incorporates different learning styles and allows young children to express themselves with limited writing skills.
Read more about keeping a Learning Journal in my guest post at Imagination Soup.