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An Introduction to the Reggio Emilia Approach

An Introduction to the Reggio Emilia Approach details the history, philosophy and educational practices of the Pre-schools and Infant Toddler Centres of Reggio Emilia, Italy.

Filled with inspiring projects from Reggio Emilia, this seminar provides an insight into the provocations and implications of the Reggio Emilia approach for Australian educators.

Online option for this workshop coming soon.

An Image of the Child and Childhood

This workshop will explore some of the many possible images of the child and childhood over time, in particular the choice the educators in Reggio Emilia have made to view the child as the protagonist of their own learning.

Participants will have opportunities to engage in a dialogue related to the provocations and implications this project provides for Australian contexts.

It also provides an opportunity for each participant to create or reflect upon a personal statement of their own image of the child and childhood.

Online option for this workshop coming soon.

Environment as the Third teacher

The Environment as Third Teacher explores spaces, places and relations that enable rich pedagogy and practices. This full day workshop includes:

Big picture considerations – exploring the role of theories, principles and images, to provide a foundation for the exploration of environments in early childhood contexts.
Designs and dimensions of environments – examining architectural principles and case studies in local Australian contexts to provoke thinking and open possibilities.
Applications – to enable participants to make connections between theories, principles and practice to put in place possibilities (and consider missed opportunities) within educators’ own contexts.

Online option for this workshop coming soon.

Documentation: Listening Differently

This workshop seeks to make connections with how documentation, as used in Reggio Emilia, might look in practice.

This will allow educators to EXPERIENCE documentation and to connect theory to their own knowledge, building processes and practice.

Online option for this workshop coming soon.

The Hundred Languages of Children

This is a hands-on experiential workshop for experienced practitioners to gain a deeper understanding of what Reggio refers to as the hundred languages.

Through this workshop participants will explore the relationship between materials, knowledge, learning and thinking. They will come to know how materials can be used to construct meaning and consolidate understanding.

Online option for this workshop coming soon.

STUDY TOURS

Melbourne Study Tour – New Opportunity

Postponed until 2021

Venue: Catholic Leadership Centre – East Melbourne

Interpreting Reggio Emilia; Meaning making in local contexts.

A 3 day residential study tour in Melbourne including accommodation and some meals, workshops, lectures, welcome dinner, visits to schools and centers.

More information coming soon.

Events currently available for booking:

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Webinar - October - 100 years of Loris Malaguzzi Online
  • Sat 17 October, 2020 11:00 am

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 Di Poi;  Jan Millikan, a founding member (more…)

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A Series of Encounters Online
  • Mon 19 October, 2020 7:29 pm

REAIE has developed a new series of four webinars which will explore in more detail the complexity of the role of the atelierista, clays’ potentialities, possibilities of light and how we should never underestimate the potential of babies. Join us from your workplace or the comfort of your own home. These webinars will be recorded (more…)

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An Encounter with Languages Online
  • Mon 19 October, 2020 7:30 pm

The atelier brings the strength and joy of the unexpected and the uncommon to the process of learning. It supports a conceptual change that comes from looking through a poetic lens at everyday reality. (Vecchi, 1995 p. 303). This webinar will focus on the complexity of the role of the atelierista within an early learning setting. (more…)

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An Encounter with Clay Online
  • Mon 26 October, 2020 7:30 pm

Encounters between children and materials are generally extremely rich in suggestive qualities, memories, and meanings… (Vecchi, 2010, p. 32). This webinar will focus on clay’s potentialities, interweaving the practical and the possible, exploring what this enticing material has to evoke in children and adult’s learning. As Cathy Phillips (Creative Arts Specialist) and Kirsty Liljegren engage in (more…)

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An Encounter with Light Online
  • Mon 9 November, 2020 7:30 pm

Light and certain light phenomena are central protagonists and highlight the extent to which expressiveness and beauty can accompany an understanding of scientific thinking. Science is almost always missing from educational work with small children or taught in ways that are mostly to do with facts the teacher wants children to learn. It is a (more…)

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An Encounter between Babies and Material Online
  • Mon 16 November, 2020 7:30 pm

Wonder as the genesis of learning.  We should never underestimate the potential of babies and their creative strategies of thinking of learning given the right conditions. This webinar will explore the statement that ‘wonder is the genesis of learning’ by exploring the concepts and values of the image of the baby, planning for babies and (more…)

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