TBD • June 27-29, 2019
Defending Spaces for Creative Freedom: Spaces of Joy, Trust, and Solidarity
Wisconsin Historical Society • March 21-23, 2019
Ensuring All Children’s Rights to Education Based in Relationships and the Hundred Languages
Reggio Emilia, Italy is “Not Just Anyplace.” Professional development courses for North American participants are essential in building understanding of the relationship between education, culture, context, and history. Courses held in Reggio Emilia provide important experience in a wide area of subject matter and routinely include visits to infant-toddler centers and preschools, the Loris Malaguzzi International Center, local exhibits, Remida Recycling Center, and other cultural opportunities.
Upcoming Study Groups:
North American Study Groups in Reggio Emilia, Italy
November 4-11, 2017: Study Group for U.s. educators
March 24-29, 2018: U.S. STUDENTS & PROFESSORS STUDY GROUP
For more information, contact:
Reggio Children Liaison in the U.S. for Study Groups & Reggio Children International Network Representative
Phone: 508-473-8001See Full Study Group Schedule
The newest edition of the exhibit, “The Wonder of Learning – The Hundred Languages of Children”, offers an extensive view of the experiences of the infant-toddler centers and preschools of Reggio Emilia, Italy. With six sections and more than 20 videos, the exhibit makes visible a number of strategic choices and traces that offer visitors an encounter with thinking. Our exhibit project, in collaboration with Reggio Children, rotates the exhibit among host communities throughout North America, creating the opportunity for educational debate and study based on a new image of education.
current Exhibit Location:
ann arbor, michigan
June 15 – august 27, 2017:
“The wonder of learning – the hundred languages of children”
“The Wonder of Learning – The Hundred Languages of Children” is the newest North American version of “The Hundred Languages of Children” exhibit that has been touring the United States, Canada, and Mexico since 1987.See Full Exhibit Schedule
Together, we are empowering exceptional education.