Celebrating 100 years of Loris Malaguzzi

Due to the enourmous success of the recent celebrations, the recording is available to purchase until Thursday 22 October.

Please click on the link below to purchase the recording.

Join us for an exciting opportunity to explore and reflect on
Loris Malaguzzi: the man, the thinking, the legacy
and how his work and legacy have influenced thinking, learning
and teaching in Australia.

Celebrate with us in dialogue with guest speakers

from Reggio Children, Paola Cagliari and Sara De Poi;

Jan Millikan, a founding member of REAIE;

and Emeritus Professor Peter Moss from University College London.

When: Saturday 17th October 2020

Time: 10:00am – 6.00pm (AEDT)

Where: Online Webinar

To find out more about the speakers click here.

To learn more about Loris Malaguzzi, his life and his contribution to Reggio Children, please click here.

Program:

10.00am Welcome and Acknowledgement of Country
10.10am Jan Millikan – Celebrations and Challenge – Acknowledging the genius and legacy of Loris Malaguzzi whose   thinking and philosophy in relation with others, continues   to challenge both Learning and Teaching within Australian contexts.
10.40am Emeritus Professor Peter Moss – Loris Malaguzzi at 100: influences, roles and provocations.
11.35am Q&A chaired by Kirsty Liljegren. The panel will include Esme Capp, Heather Conroy  and Leanne Mits.
12.00pm BREAK
12.30pm Jan Millikan – ‘If the eye leaps over the wall’ – Teachers and educators in dialogue – as they search for visions of the possible through  transformational change in both learning and teaching across  the  diversity of Australian contexts.
1.00pm Paola Cagliari and Sara De PoiAn experience walking on silk threads in the context of the schools of Reggio Emilia and Loris Malaguzzi.
3.15pm BREAK
3.30pm Paola Cagliari and Sara De Poi continued.
5.45pm conclusion and toast.

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