Authors: Jan Millikan and Stefania Giamminuti From the Foreword by Jennifer Sumsion: “Jan and Stefania have taken up the challenge of ensuring that belonging, being and becoming doesn’t descend into […]
Author: Stefania Giamminuti Stefania Giamminuti spent six months researching in the municipal infant–toddler centres and schools of Reggio Emilia, Italy. Her unique experiences are vividly recounted in this rich book, […]
Pedagogical documentation is a vital method of assessing and observing young children, and is a practice that enables practitioners, families and children to learn alongside each other. This book draws […]
Authors: Alma Fleet, Catherine Patterson, Janet Robertson “The ideas and concepts surrounding pedagogical documentation have been, for many, vague, slippery and hard to pin-down … This book teaches us to […]
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