Introductions to Reggio Emilia Presentations

Crossing Cultures, Contexts, and Communities

Offered monthly, June-November Hosted by BARIN, Boston University Wheelock College of Education and Child Development and other local universities, these two-hour-long sessions will offer participants the opportunity to gain an introduction to the ideas behind Reggio Emilia’s early childhood programs and to view the exhibition with knowledgeable educators from the Boston area who have been inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach.  The same content will be offered repeatedly each month, taught by members of the Wonder of Learning Boston Professional Development Committee.  Early childhood educators from across all sectors, administrators, and families will all be encouraged to attend.

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“Quality starts with creating a thriving village of adults who are prepared, supported and compensated to impact children and one another. If tomorrow’s policies do not support and elevate those adults in the early education field, they will falter in the support they mean to provide for children.”
Nonie Lesaux & Stephanie Jones