Pedagogic documentation is probably the more revolutionary educational idea of last century since it reconceptualises the relationship between children and educators, between learning and teaching. It is inspired by Loris Malaguzzi’s legacy that challenges us to create a new image of the child through documented listening and attuned answering. Thinking about this revolution is challenging and rewarding, doing it through the presentation of four praxis of pedagogic documentation that honours that legacy and develops contextualised and culturally-situated approaches, shows its relevance and significance for today’s pedagogy development.