The 15th NAREA Summer Conference – Atlanta, Georgia – June 27-29, 2019
Claudia Giudici is currently president of Reggio Children. In her role, Claudia participates in a variety of research projects regarding the planning and design of educational spaces and collaborates in publishing projects. She has, in particular, collaborated in the publishing of: Children as Individual and Group Learners; Children, Art, Artists: The Expressive Languages of Children; The Artistic Language of Alberto Burri; and Dialogues with Places.
Previously, she was a pedagogical coordinator in the municipal infant-toddler centers and preschools, and a psycho-pedagogical coordinator at the Documentation and Research Center in the Loris Malaguzzi International Center. Immediately prior to her current role, she served as president of the Infant-toddler Centers and Preschools--Istituzione of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia.
Marina Mori taught in the Diana preschool, where she had the privilege to work next to Loris Malaguzzi. She worked as a tutor teacher with teachers in all the preschools and some infant-toddlers centers of the municipality of Reggio Emilia.
Marina is one of the teacher protagonists of the video Everyday Utopias: A Day in a Preschool, video documentation from the exhibition "The Wonder of Learning." Since 2010, she has been collaborating in the construction, development, maintenance, and organization of permanent citizen ateliers at the Loris Malaguzzi International Center.
Peachtree Presbyterian Preschool
3434 Roswell Road
Atlanta, GA 30305
Suntrust Plaza Garden Offices
303 Peachtree Center Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30303
About the City
Atlanta is situated in the northwest part of Georgia between the southernmost base of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Chattahoochee River underneath a canopy of beautiful and richly colored trees. The National Forest service has recognized Atlanta as “the most heavily forested urban area in the country” and is often referred to as the “city in a forest. Atlanta is a city rich in history and southern culture. From its role in the Civil War and Sherman’s destructive march through the streets of Atlanta, Georgia’s capital has been a place where history was transformed. Later, as Martin Luther King, Jr., declared Atlanta the home of the Civil Rights Movement, this area of the Southeast once again took center stage in events that would shape the course of history. Atlanta has recently become a major film mecca and is beginning to rival Hollywood in film production. The Walking Dead, Stranger Things, Black Panther, and The Hunger Games, have all been filmed in and around Atlanta. While in Atlanta, you can visit Centennial Olympic Park- home of the 1996 Summer Olympics, The Center for Civil and Human Rights, The Children’s Museum of Atlanta, The Georgia Aquarium, The World of Coca-Cola and the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park.
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