What is Reggio inspired learning? - Wildflower Ramblings New
What is Reggio inspired learning? When I started this journey to understand the style of education that originated in the small city of Reggio Emilia, Italy after World War II, I could not grasp what it meant. But now I have become inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach to learning and what it looks like for early childhood learners. I...Read More »
The Curious Kindergarten
Welcome to The Curious Kindergarten, a blog about the discoveries my students and I make in our full-day kindergarten! A bit about me: I have been teaching Kindergarten for several years and have recently started implementing some philosophies from Reggio Emilia into my classroom. Our learning journey is a work in progress, and I hope visitors view it as just that: an opportunity to reflect and grow each day. Thanks for stopping by!
Reggio Emilia Approach Interest Group: A look at Area Verde at Marino Marini School in Pistoia, Italy. Photo by James Elicker, PhD - Associate Professor of Child Development and Family Studies at Purdue University ≈≈
Tuesday Afternoon- Visit to REMIDA Reggio Emilia Recycling Centre
Tuesday afternoon First a walk around Reggio then bach to it Using the internet at The Loris Malaguzzi Centre ReMIDA Remida Reggio Emilia Schools recycling center Phenomenal A place of permanence – knitting needles set up where people could knit – display of spectacles Knitted fabric squares – trees with doyles Tree branches drilled to stands, Projected lace, videos of students using the materials, plastic containers on light up cylinders Metal displays with delicate collections with a light…