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Reggio Emilia approach

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Reggio Emilia approach

Hello, I'm totally new to this so bare with.

Im planning a trip to Italy in 2015 hopefully for a month or so. I want to see the biggies of course. Ive been to Florence & Pisa and want to see much more!

My Reggio question is for any childcare buffs out there. I am a huge fan (if thats what i can call it) of the Reggio Emilia approach having just finished an Early Years degree and would love to know if anyone knows of any tours / talks in the area? I will be going anyway as i am planning a 2 nights in Bologna and its only half an hour away by train then hopping along to venice :) anyway, anyone who has visited and knows anything i know its a bit of an out there one but hey!


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1. Re: Reggio Emilia approach

Hello, not sure where you are from but from May 10-15 there is a Canadian study tour to Reggio. You can find out more about it at www.ontarioreggioassociation.ca/events.htm .

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2. Re: Reggio Emilia approach

Hi Rebecca you could try to get in touch directly with Reggio Children, the founders of the Reggio Emilia approach. You can find their contact details here


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