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Tue 21 July, 2020

Orienting Otherness

Previous blogs have mentioned the public statement made by REAIE in response to the global call for respectful relationships. This declaration was cognizant that education required a political commitment and […]
Thu 25 June, 2020

Orienting Rights

REAIE recently made a public statement in response to the global call for respectful relationships. This declaration was cognizant that education requires a political commitment and was collaboratively developed as […]
Tue 9 June, 2020

Reframing Learning: From Uncertainty to Hope

As pedagogical dialogue and practices gradually return to ‘normal,’ there appears to be a certain tension about what ‘normal’ is. What has COVID disrupted in us as individuals, and in […]
Thu 7 May, 2020

Reframing Learning: A Pedagogy of Joy

In the entrance to the Diana school in Reggio Emilia, we see a large banner that hosts the phrase, ‘nothing without joy’.  Although attributed to Loris Malaguzzi, Alfredo Hoyuelos notes […]
Tue 21 April, 2020

Reframing Alliances with Families

The value of the relationships we build with families should never be underestimated. As teachers, educators and leaders, we are mindful of the impact that these relationships can have on the wellbeing and the learning of children. Self-isolation and social distancing practices are significant and, as we all experience the far-reaching effects of this pandemic, we should ask ourselves, what does this mean for education and our relationships with families?
Wed 1 April, 2020

Reframing Learning: Our Image of the Child in an Online Environment

What is your image of the child in the online learning environment? This blog will explore how the image of the child is shifting as children move from face to face learning environments to relationships online.
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