This documentation narrates children’s engagements with place as they search for a monster in the community surrounding their early childhood centre in northern BC, situated on the lands of the Wet'suwet'en.
The ECPN defines pedagogical narration as a story of pedagogical processes and curricular trajectories. Pedagogical narration requires foresight, dialogue, exchanges, as well as the careful curation of ideas. It does not consist of a simple description of what happened, but rather intentional interpretation involving: "pedagogical questions, concerns and orientations that help discern and give value to what happened, [as well as] propel into cultivating new forms of knowing, acting and living (through questioning, experimenting, fabulating, enacting, inventing trying out, daring, figuring out, stumbling to name a few)" (Vintimilla & Pacini-Ketchabaw, 2021, para. 5).
This documentation narrates children’s mapping of place in the yard of a childcare centre in Nelson, British Columbia, on the traditional territory of the Sinixt, the Ktunaxa, and the Syilx peoples.
This documentation narrates children’s dialogues with a maple tree during four seasons that occurred at the Kamloops Child Development Centre located in the unceded Secwepemcúl’ecw.