Tagged: Reggio Emilia

Teacher Profile: Angela at Rowanberry School Part 2 0

Teacher Profile: Angela at Rowanberry School Part 2

  This is part 2 of my interview with Angela Molloy Murphy of Rowanberry School.  She is just a fantastic teacher. In this interview we focus more on the practices and inspirations we draw from...

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Children are Born Curious

Have you ever wondered about that phenomenon?  It’s easy to dismiss. To walk past it, and accept it. But have you ever wondered about it? Children are BORN curious!  In and of itself, this...

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A Day in the Life of Reggio Emilia

This video was put together by the Reggio educators themselves. I find it fascinating to think about the conversations they had BEHIND the camera. Pieces of this video traveled with their Wonder of Learning exhibit which...

The Image of the Child in Your Practice 0

The Image of the Child in Your Practice

Is the child weak, incompetent, needy, or are they valuable? What positions and places do children occupy? Are children citizens of the future, or are they citizens right now? Are they public subjects, or...

Why? How? What?… 0

Why? How? What?…

Why? How? What? I believe that these are the questions that children constantly ask themselves, both in school and outside of school. We don’t have to teach them to ask “why?” because inside each...

A New Way to Think about Learning: Subjectivity 1

A New Way to Think about Learning: Subjectivity

Before ever going to Reggio Emilia, I had already made great attempts to defining learning and knowledge.  This is a core concept.  In my opinion, if you work in the field of education you...

A Preface to My Reggio Emilia Study Tour Narratives 1

A Preface to My Reggio Emilia Study Tour Narratives

I have returned from Italy with a paradigmatic shift in my thinking.  Carlina Rinaldi set up a framework for approaching our study tour as she describes a key Reggio Emilia concept of the Teacher...

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