Tagged: Reggio Emilia

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Stay tuned…

I am back in Portland! As I have spent time with my notes and audio recordings, I am going to synthesize it all into portions that can be digested more easily. Also, as I...

Lunch With Dr. Lilian G. Katz 1

Lunch With Dr. Lilian G. Katz

I had lunch with Lillian Katz. She is a leading voice in the US as someone who advocates for a more progressive approach to education and has strong ties to Reggio Emilia. She is...

Study Tourism in Reggio Emilia 2

Study Tourism in Reggio Emilia

It’s hard not to get past the excitement that I am traveling to another country as a tourist. ┬áTo think about duomos, and leaning towers, and pasta, and wine. But I am going on...

Teaching Can Look Different 2

Teaching Can Look Different

Teaching Can Look Different There is the impression that teaching looks a certain way.  That a student is made ready to learn, and that a teacher delivers knowledge to children. Through practice and repetition,...

Unwilling to Make Excuses About Materials… 1

Unwilling to Make Excuses About Materials…

While early childhood educators strive to have the best resources at hand for the children and families they serve, I reflect on the people who lived in Reggio Emilia right after the town was...

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