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Reggio Emilia Classrooms Setup | Play-Based Classroom: Reggio-Emilia: How To Bring the Most Out of Your ...

My quest this year was to create a more organized, visually pleasing environment in our preschool classroom. My inspiration has come from various classes I've taken this year, inspirational teachers, cohort among local preschools, and of course, blogging! My research of other classrooms and personal aesthetic have led me to the Reggio Emilia approach to classroom environments. I do not claim to be a Reggio teacher. I have, however, learned to borrow bits and pieces from various pedagogical…

Transforming our Learning Environment into a Space of Possibilities -- great guidelines for how to set up!

Kalo mina! Happy September! In Greece, they say "kalo mina" to wish each other a good month. I really love this concept, and thought that I would send some positivity your way. May your September be filled with the joy of learning and inquiry! As some of you may already know, I am not at Bond Lake P.S. anymore. I was offered a very unique opportunity to open up a new school in our board, called Anne Frank P.S., as their Early Years (Kindergarten) lead and Teacher Librarian. In this role, I…

We show children where to look but not what to see…This simple phrase has become part of our philosophy, which feeds into our approach and is who we are today as a setting. Our approach was originally inspired by the Reggio Approach, but we have developed and fine-tuned it over the years and we fully expect to continue enhancing and adapting, because no matter how good you think you are, you can always be better. At the end of the day we are providing care and education for children in their ...

We show children where to look but not what to see…This simple phrase has become part of our philosophy, which feeds into our approach and is who we are today as a setting. Our approach was originally inspired by the Reggio Approach, but we have developed and fine-tuned it over the years and we fully expect to continue enhancing and adapting, because no matter how good you think you are, you can always be better. At the end of the day we are providing care and education for children in their…

Collaboration among young children provides a great opportunity for building community, social-emotional development, and language skills. For the past two weeks we’ve been working on this beautiful...

Collaboration among young children provides a great opportunity for building community, social-emotional development, and language skills. For the past two weeks we’ve been working on this beautiful...

What is a Provocation? | Reggio Inspired Learning - Racheous - Lovable Learning

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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