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This is the third of a series of three blog posts, looking at the main principles of the most well known child-led educational philosophies today. You can read the post on Montessori here, and on Steiner/Waldorf here. Today, the Reggio Emilia approach... In my opinion, I have saved the best for last, as this is the philosophy that resonates most closely with our family values, although there are aspects of Montessori and Steiner/Waldorf that I love and respect very much too. There are, in…

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This is the third of a series of three blog posts, looking at the main principles of the most well known child-led educational philosophies today. You can read the post on Montessori here, and on Steiner/Waldorf here. Today, the Reggio Emilia approach... In my opinion, I have saved the best for last, as this is the philosophy that resonates most closely with our family values, although there are aspects of Montessori and Steiner/Waldorf that I love and respect very much too. There are, in…

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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 »

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What is the Reggio Emlia approach? ?What are the differences and similarities with the Montessori education? Can we do both?

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This is the third of a series of three blog posts, looking at the main principles of the most well known child-led educational philosophies today. You can read the post on Montessori here, and on Steiner/Waldorf here. Today, the Reggio Emilia approach... In my opinion, I have saved the best for last, as this is the philosophy that resonates most closely with our family values, although there are aspects of Montessori and Steiner/Waldorf that I love and respect very much too. There are, in…

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Dr. Diane Kashin, RECE. While on lockdown, many of us are turning to activities that bring joy, heeding the words of Loris Malaguzzi, “nothing without joy”. I love curating digital resources and sh…

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When it comes to the Reggio Emilia approach, what is a provocation? Put simply, provocations provoke! They provoke thoughts, discussions, questions, interests, creativity and ideas. They can also expand on a thought, project, idea and interest. Provocations can come in many forms: An interesting photo, picture or book, Nature (e.g. specimens) Conceptual (e.g. changing seasons, […]

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Reggio Emilia sees children as capable of constructing their learning as their innate curiosity and playful exploration guides their journey of discovery.

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