I know you were confused of the big changed of our program & documnetation. At first, i said i was lost. but when i seen the sample of LA, i slowly walk inch by inch to get an idea and i am like a little toddler who crawl and slowly get up to start to walk. Through the sample of LA i used it weekly, not daily and changed the heading according to my gathered information, most especiallt photos, parent's news, my jot book, staff ideas/contribution & child ideas/contributions. eg. my assitant put book on her head, walking balancing, and when the children seen her, they slowly moved to the book rack and take book one by one and copy what my assistant did, with sponaneous conversations-( ohh it's going to drop now, look i can balance the book on my head, some said, i can't balance, another one said, it's ok try again, ect) i took photos of the actual happening and jotted some writings in my jot book, i put it as my intentional teaching in the input key (activity- bean bag on head walking balancing on plank). This activity was very popular to the children, each one wanted to have a go and lots of giggles while they were balancing. In this activity, in EYLF, it shown the outcomes (1, 2, 3 4, 5 ), principle-(secure, respectful and reciprocal relationships), practice-(intentional teaching)
Rebecca, honestly, i just only started this new curriculum last month, it is very new for me. As what LA said just cut down your writing, and use photos as what i am doing and write title about the photo. I also used learning story and child's art's work(like example a 3 & 1/2 years old girl shown me her curly lines of writing, saying "Miss Daisy, I wrote to my Mum about her birthday") I really actually use the templates in this site, and it helps me a lot to start the changes we are making towards the framework.
Rebecca tried to read the "Educator's Guide", it's really helpful, especially some of the examples in it.
Have a good long Weekends & Happy Easter