A Reggio Emilia Inspired Early Childhood Education Professional Development Opportunity
Friday, May 05, 2017 through Sunday, May 07, 2017
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Natural Environments can be awe inspiring and rich with investigative potential. Visit our Sanctuary and discover strategies that connect people with local habitats, including flora and fauna. Outdoor spaces - Sanctuaries, parks and other places, provide opportunities for discovery, and are very powerful venues for building learning communities. At Mass Audubon Habitat Education and Center and Wildlife Sanctuary, you will discover, uncover, and create connections between people, other animals, plants and the environment. Think about how local nature is meaningful in the context of early childhood learning, and explore strategies relating to the representation and documentation.
Dress for the weather, and expect to be outside.
The 25th Annual Reggio Emilia Institute will feature educators from Reggio Emilia, Italy.
More to come!
For registration and additional information, please contact Carol Campos, Event Manager, by email or at 617.349.8913, 617.349.8974 fax.You can attend the institute and get PDPs, or may take a course associated with the institute, EEDUC 5815.01, Reggio Emilia Approach to Early Childhood Education (one, two, or three credits).
University Hall Amphitheater, Porter CampusLesley University1815 Massachusetts AvenueCambridge, MA 02138(Between Harvard and Porter Square T Stations)Directions to Lesley's Doble and Porter campuses.
CEU Credits: PDPs available; option to register for a course for 1, 2, or 3 graduate credits.
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Office of the DeanCollege of Liberal Arts and Sciences 617.349.8913617.349.8974 email@example.com