Louise Boyd Cadwell . and the . Reggio-Inspired Approach to Education . By Meghan Mulqueen . Educators, psychologists, and researchers from all over the world acknowledge
Rebecca S. New Reggio Emilia As Cultural Activity Theory in Practice This article situates Reggio Emilia'smunicipally funded early childhood program within the city's cultural traditions of resistance and collaboration and considers what it is about this highly localized program that is ...
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660 RE 7 1 Running head: THE REGGIO EMILIA APPROACH The Reggio Emilia Approach: Collaborative Learning Through Research and Reflection University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio Research Topic
What are the distinguishing features of the education of young children with regard to theory and practice that have made the Reggio Emilia approach so notable?
Introduction to the Fundamental Values of the Education of Young Children in Reggio Emilia * © Lella Gandini (revision October 2008) Young children, their care and their education have long been a public
Until World War II, Reggio was known more for the quality of its wine and ham than for the excellence of its schools. But as the Germans retreated, the women of Reggio decided to build a school from the rubble.
Reggio Emilia 1 Running Head: REGGIO EMILIA: THE TEACHER AS RESEARCHER The Reggio Emilia Project: Looking at the Teacher as Researcher Through the Social Constructivist Early Child Care Centers in Reggio Emilia, Italy University of Dayton
1 Reggio-Emilia: :Results of the Intercultural Cities Index Date: 8 December 2010 A comparison between 12 cities Introduction The Intercultural Cities programme is a joint initiative between the Council of Europe and the European Commission.
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