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Reggio Emilia: The Role of the Teacher

  • Teachers are given non-contact time to give them a chance to talk together about the children and to be able to write up their observations and plan what will be offered to the children next.
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Unde am dispărut și de ce?!

Nu am mai scris de mult timp pe blog. Și asta se datorează faptului că n-am mai făcut nici măcar o singură activitate. Dar asta nu înseamnă că ne-am oprit din învățat. 184 altre parole

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Approaches to Early Education: Montessori, Reggio, Inquiry...?

There are a few approaches to Early Education that have been around long enough and are popular enough to be familiar to us as parents. When someone says “Montessori,” images of neat trays with wooden blocks spring to mind. 464 altre parole

Early Childhood Education

Balsamic Vinegar

The beginnings of balsamic vinegar-making date back as far as the 11th century.  It was originally used as a healing tonic to remedy all sorts of illnesses.  96 altre parole

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Lowering the Classroom Ceiling

“Children thrive in indoor and outdoor spaces that invite them to investigate, imagine, think, create, solve problems, and make meaning from their experiences – especially when the spaces contain interesting and complex open-ended materials that children can use in many ways.” (HDLH, p.

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How Does Learning Happen? Foundations For Learning

Jennifer Bridgeman: Comparing Montessori, Waldorf, and Reggio Emilia Learning Philosophies for Young Children

As your child reaches pre-school and elementary school age, you may hear a lot of conflicting advice about public schooling versus alternative learning philosophies. While there isn’t necessarily one right school for every child, there are advantages and disadvantages to every learning approach. 205 altre parole

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