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The image of the child

Reggio educators believe that there is no such thing as universal childhood...In Reggio Emilia, the child is understood to be strong, competent, full of resources and the constructor and co-constructor of their own knowledge and understanding.

The Hundred Languages of Children

The Hundred Languages is a pedagogical strategy for the construction of concepts and the consolidation of understanding, a way of structuring knowledge and organising learning...

A Culture of Research

The educational project of Reggio Emilia is an on going pedagogical research project between teachers, parents, children and the community.

Where do I find a Reggio Emilia school in Australia?

In Australia, many schools are inspired by the educational project of Reggio Emilia. However, the schools for young children in the city of Reggio Emilia do not provide a model. There is no recipe for ‘how to do it.’ ...

What type of curriculum do educators in Reggio Emilia use?

The educators in Reggio Emilia use the word progettazione to describe their ‘curriculum’....

What is documentation?

A broad range of techniques are used in the process of documentation such as videos, recordings, written notes etc. These documents provide the opportunity for both children and adults to revisit and to reflect on what has gone before...

What is the difference between art education and the theory of the Hundred Languages of Children?

A brief outline of the theory of the Hundred Languages as it relates to art education.

What is the educational project of Reggio Emilia?

The early childhood educational system in the City of Reggio Emilia in northern Italy has evolved over the past forty years and was initially led and developed by the founder and educational theorist, Loris Malaguzzi...