Lesley offers you many learning opportunities inspired by the Reggio Emilia Approach to early childhood education.
The Reggio Emilia Approach to early childhood education was created after World War II in the small Italian city of Reggio Emilia. It focuses on fostering relationships among, children, teachers, parents, and community, and builds on the premise that each child has the desire to connect with others, to engage in learning, and to enter into a relationship with his or her environment. An integral part of the approach is hands-and-minds-on exploration of materials and media.
Lesley University offers workshops, courses, an institute, and a study tour each year, all of which focus on teaching participants Reggio Emilia methods.
One-Day Workshops | November 5, 2016 and March 4, 2017We are offering two, one-day workshops on the Reggio Emilia approach at The Advent School in Boston, Massachusetts.Learn more and register for a 2016-2017 Reggio Emilia workshop.
25th Reggio Emilia Institute | May 5, 6, and 7, 2017In 2017 we are celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Reggio Emilia Institute at Lesley University. The Institute will have as a theme ' The Reggio Emilia Philosophy and The One Hundred Languages of Children: Possibilities for Learning and Community Through Use and Transformation of Materials'. We will feature educators from Reggio Emilia, Italy. We will also be offering the Pre-Institute on Friday, May 5, 2017, in collaboration with the Habitat Audubon Sanctuary, Lincoln Nursery School, and deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park.
Kathleen A. Linnane
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