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▶ reggio approach - YouTube

▶ reggio approach - YouTube | Thinking about Early Childhood. | Scoop.it
Documentario di Rai1 sul sistema educativo reggiano. (puntata andata in onda in Agosto 2007) THANK U NINA and LUISA, FOR SUBTITLE
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Early Years - Supporting pre-birth to three, nursery and early primary care and education in Scotland

Early Years - Supporting pre-birth to three, nursery and early primary care and education in Scotland | Thinking about Early Childhood. | Scoop.it
Information and resources to support all involved in the care and education of children from pre-birth to 8 years. Includes early years publications, selected websites, case studies of best practice, reports, research, news and events.
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Mini Art Club // Manchester Art Gallery // Haroon Mirza

Mini Art Club is a free, monthly session at Manchester Art Gallery, created especially for children aged 0-5 years and their adults. It invites parents, care...
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atelierista: The difference between centers and provocations

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Making Learning Visible

Making Learning Visible | Thinking about Early Childhood. | Scoop.it
A progressive, research-based approach for making learning visible  Based on the Reggio Emilia approach to learning,  Visible Learners   highlights learning through interpreting objects and...
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Reading at five: Why?

Reading at five: Why? | Thinking about Early Childhood. | Scoop.it
Kindergarten and preschool education in the U.S. have changed radically since the 1970s when I began teaching young children.
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Community Playthings | Articles

Community Playthings | Articles | Thinking about Early Childhood. | Scoop.it
Articles on child development and learning from Community Playthings
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Documentation: Transforming Our Perspective

This short documentary--created as an introduction to the Documentation Studio at Wheelock College--is a conversation with several leaders of Reggio Children and…
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Every Moment Is Rich. Carlina Rinaldi: Like Poetry #194/27

Every Moment Is Rich. Carlina Rinaldi: Like Poetry #194/27 | Thinking about Early Childhood. | Scoop.it
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Advice for a New Preschool Teacher | National Association for the Education of Young Children | NAEYC

Advice for a New Preschool Teacher | National Association for the Education of Young Children | NAEYC | Thinking about Early Childhood. | Scoop.it
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What Do Kids Really Learn from Failure?

What Do Kids Really Learn from Failure? | Thinking about Early Childhood. | Scoop.it
There's reason to doubt the popular claim that kids have too little experience with failure. Or that more such experience would be good for them.
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Pedagogical Documentation: Building Canadian Connections: Rosalba Bortolotti, BA, RECE

Pedagogical Documentation: Building Canadian Connections: Rosalba Bortolotti, BA, RECE | Thinking about Early Childhood. | Scoop.it
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What Americans Keep Ignoring About Finland's School Success

What Americans Keep Ignoring About Finland's School Success | Thinking about Early Childhood. | Scoop.it
The Scandinavian country is an education superpower because it values equality more than excellence.
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LEGO Foundation LEGO Foundation - Research & Learning - Foundation Research - Cultures of Creativity

LEGO Foundation LEGO Foundation - Research & Learning - Foundation Research - Cultures of Creativity | Thinking about Early Childhood. | Scoop.it
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On Developmentally Appropriate Practice....And Why We Don't Push Kids Down the Stairs - Not Just Cute

On Developmentally Appropriate Practice....And Why We Don't Push Kids Down the Stairs - Not Just Cute | Thinking about Early Childhood. | Scoop.it
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These Toddlers Are NOT Sharing

These Toddlers Are NOT Sharing | Thinking about Early Childhood. | Scoop.it
Do a pair of one-year-olds squabbling over plastic hair rollers sound like fun to you? My guess is an unqualified ‘no’, but infants and toddlers define fun, pla
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let the children play: Be Reggio-Inspired: Top 5 Reggio Inspired Blogs

let the children play: Be Reggio-Inspired: Top 5 Reggio Inspired Blogs | Thinking about Early Childhood. | Scoop.it
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The Butterfly Garden: Developmentally Appropriate Practice

The Butterfly Garden: Developmentally Appropriate Practice | Thinking about Early Childhood. | Scoop.it
Earlychildhood NEWS is the online resource for teachers and parents of young children, infants to age 8.
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Journey Blog

Journey Blog | Thinking about Early Childhood. | Scoop.it
It was requested of a teacher responding to a blog for a list of the questions that we post in each center. As the instructional coach, I assisted many teams in developing their own list of...
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Open ended questions...

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"Cute Is a Four-Letter Word": Sarah Curtis at TEDxSLC

Sarah currently teaches at St. Ann's School in Brooklyn, NY. Years ago she attended the Sarah Lawrence Early Childhood Center. The experience of growing up l...
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Is free play 'teaching' ?

Is free play 'teaching' ? | Thinking about Early Childhood. | Scoop.it
Conversations with friends, after I have taken my workshops often go along the lines of ' If children are allowed to explore on their own, how do you teach them?' Another  common question is 'what ...
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