By Linda Thornton
Have you questioned what the Reggio strategy is all approximately, why it really works, and the way it may be used to learn the children on your setting? This e-book will solution your entire questions and extra. It contains: an evidence of ways the procedure works in its unique Italian domestic city, Reggio Emilia examples of ways Reggio has been integrated in united kingdom settings feedback for actions recommendation on making plans for the Reggio process.
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For parents there are spaces where they can: ■ ■ ■ ■ share their children’s learning; meet with others; make their views known; join in the life of the centre. A typical ‘Reggio school’ As well as the home bases for groups of children, which in Reggio are called classrooms or sections, each building also has a number of special rooms. These special rooms are the piazza, the atelier, the kitchen and dining room and the courtyard. They are modelled on the squares, galleries, restaurants and parks of the city of Reggio Emilia.
After a long time trying things out she puts the pine cone in the middle sized box and puts the lid on. She puts the lid on the largest box and offers it to her key worker. 3145 T&F Bring Reggio 28/3/07 12:33 pm Page 37 Creativity 37 Discovering the box is empty the adult pretends to be disappointed. The toddler takes the box back, wraps the middle sized box up in the chiffon scarf and offers this to the practitioner as a present. The game continues for some time, exchanging boxes back and forth.
The final choice for a project comes out of this discussion, but at this stage the final product and how long it will last have not been decided. A small group of children who are particularly enthusiastic about the idea take on responsibility for the project. Work on the project happens in the classroom, in the atelier or in the mini atelier on a daily basis for as long as is necessary. At the beginning of each morning session there is a class assembly where children agree what they are going to do for the morning, where they are going to do it, and who they are going to work with.