This day provides a unique opportunity to explore the ideas and practices of Malaguzzi and the schools of Reggio Emilia; and to think critically about the current condition and future directions for early childhood education in the UK - and what we want for our children and society. The day is organised and led by leading experts on Reggio Emilian pedagogy, from Italy, Sweden and the UK.
“There are rich children and poor children. We [in Reggio] say all children are rich, there are no poor children. All children whatever their culture, whatever their lives are rich, better equipped, more talented, stronger, and more intelligent than we can suppose.”
A day hosted by Sightlines Initiative and the Thomas Coram Research Unit, including Sightlines seminar with Gunilla Dahlberg
|Date||Saturday 14th May 2016|
|Presenters||Paola Cagliari◊ Gunilla Dahlberg◊ Mary Jane Drummond◊ Penny Lawrence◊ Peter Moss|
|Location/Map:||Institute of Education, London|
A one-week study visit to learn about and be inspired by the world-renowned educational approach of the preschools and infant-toddler centres of Reggio Emilia. This course will explore the key principles underpinning the Reggio approach to early childhood education. It will involve lectures, presentations, discussion groups, exhibitions, visits to preschools and infant-toddler centres.
|Date||Sunday 17th April 2016|
|End Date||Friday 22nd April 2016|
|Location/Map:||Reggio Emilia, Italy|
Sightlines Initiative Network members present experiences of early years centres and educators being inspired, finding new enthusiasms and abilities in supporting children’s deep learning; illustrations of children's sociable, imaginative and deep learning
An introduction to the network, for educators interested in change and listening to children
|Date||Saturday 5th March 2016|
|Cut off date||Friday 4th March 2016|
|Location/Map:||Fairfield Hall Croydon|