Become familiar with the fundamentals of this approach to early childhood education, which focuses on fostering relationships among children, teachers, parents, and community.
Saturday, January 25, 2014
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
In this one day workshop, participants will become familiar with the principles and practices of the Reggio Emilia Approach to early childhood education. Participants will spend time in a Reggio Inspired classroom, listen to a presentation, and discuss the approach. This workshop will highlight how the principles and practices are implemented in a preschool and kindergarten classroom, the teacher workspace, and the school environment.
This workshop is ideal for early childhood educators who are new to the Reggio Emilia Approach. Take either a November 2, 2013 (Charlestown) or a January 25, 2014 (Boston) workshop.
Facilitators for November 2: Joanne Szamreta, Lesley University; Kate Hulbert and Kelly Sullivan, Charlestown Nursery School.Facilitators for January 25: Joanne Szamreta, Lesley University, Marissa Clark and teachers, The Advent School.
November 2, 2013:Charlestown Nursery School124 Main StreetCharlestown, MAJanuary 25, 2014:Advent School17 Brimmer StreetBoston, MA
Yazmin Colon GarciaGraduate School of EducationProfessional Development and Resources617.349.8924617.349.8125 email@example.com
CEU Credits: PDPs available
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