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Published on September 29, 2017 under Reggio
 Projects provide the narrative and structure to the children’s and teachers’ learning experi- ences. They are based on the strong conviction that learning by doing is of great importance and that to discuss in groups and…
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Partners in Learning

Published on September 26, 2017 under Reggio
Teachers and children as partners in learning. A strong image of the child has to correspond to a strong image of the teacher. Teachers are not considered protective babysitters, teaching basic skills to children but,…
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Reggio Spaces – FOR the CHILDREN

Published on September 25, 2017 under Reggio
"The role of space: amiable schools. The infant/toddler centers and preschools convey many messages, of which the most immediate is: this is a place where adults have thought about the quality and the instructive power…
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The Role of Parents

Published on September 21, 2017 under Reggio
The role of parents. Parents are an essential component of the program -a competent and active part of their children’s learning experience. They are not considered consumers but co-responsible partners. Their right to participation is…
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Published on September 20, 2017 under Reggio
Children’s relationships and interactions within a system. Education has to focus on each child, not considered in isolation, but seen in relation with the family, with other children, with the teachers, with the environment of…
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Our Image of the Child

Published on September 19, 2017 under Reggio
What is Reggio and why in the heck are you doing it ? No one has really asked me  " why in the heck "  I have adopted the Reggio philosophy but I might have…
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What is Community

Published on November 26, 2012 under building community
Community is a hard concept for children to understand.  We just had our Thanksgiving Meal at the community building so when I asked the children what "community " is their answers made sense. "It is…
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Reggio Round TWO!

Published on April 17, 2009 under Reggio
>Today I returned to the school that embraces the Reggio Emelia style of teaching .  This time I had Randy in tow.   I knew the day would be full of adventure as we pulled…
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