The Wonder of Learning with Infants: Learning and Being with our Youngest Citizens
August 16 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
One event on September 22, 2018 at 9:30am
One event on October 23, 2018 at 4:00pm
Inspired by the 0-5 schools in Reggio Emilia, we are fortunate to have a context for dialogue about the incredible potential of infants and toddlers, our youngest citizens with local experts who have been influenced by Reggio Emilia in their work with young children for decades. Maggie Van Camp of Lesley University will facilitate a three-session series around infants and toddlers with keynotes Barbara Acton from the Radcliffe Child Care Center, Melissa Rivard from Harvard’s Center for the Developing Child and Project Zero and Kim Lee Ripley from Hampshire College Early Learning Center with other local practitioners from Smith College, Peabody Terrace, and the Family Cooperative. We hope to offer uniquely elevated dialogue about the work with birth-3. Each session will offer a contextual keynote, lessons from the field and time in the exhibit followed by dinner or lunch with guided reflection.
Register for all 3 for $150 or each session for $75 each.
August 16th 4-8
September 22nd 9:30-1:30
October 23rd 4-8