Exploring Local, National and Global Perspectives on Early Childhood

Free professional learning event!

Exploring Local, National and Global Perspectives on Early Childhood: Reflections on the 2018 Study Tour to Reggio Emilia, Italy

Presented by: Mariann Reu and Penny Cook

Date: Saturday 20 October, 2018
Time: 9.00am – 12.00pm (registration from 8.30am)
Venue: Alice Springs Convention Centre
Registration: FREE

Please reserve your FREE ticket before Wednesday 17 October for catering purposes.
Morning tea included.

About the event:

The educational project of Reggio Emilia is acclaimed worldwide for the inspirations, challenges and provocations it offers for all those concerned with the education and care of children.

At the heart of the Reggio Emilia philosophy is a powerful understanding of children with rights as citizens and active participants in a democratic community. The schools demonstrate a distinctive and innovative curriculum and pedagogy as well as a method of school organisation which recognises the potential of young children to question, reflect, problem solve, theorise, experiment and express their findings through at least ‘a hundred languages’.

In this presentation Mariann Reu and Penny Cook reflect on their experiences of the 2018 Study Tour to Reggio Emilia, coordinated by REAIE. Mariann and Penny will jointly share their impressions, challenges and wonderings as they crossed the SA/NT border…in Italy.

Where can an NT/SA Early Childhood Partnership go from here?

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