REACH will present you a free webinar

 

This year is no doubt a special year for us all. We are all facing uncertainty in dealing with our new routines. REACH would like to give back to our educators who have been working hard during the pandemic.

We know educators are naturally curious, so we would like to thank you for all you have done for the children by offering you a free webinar with Claudia Giudici, the President of Reggio Children.

This webinar aims to provide insight into how the educators of Reggio Emilia are reopening schools while ensuring the safety of children and teachers. Together, we will examine the Prove di Futuro Project, Rehearsing for the Future, where the educators of Reggio Emilia explored schooling with the constraints while providing children with their right to a high-quality education.

Encountering Reggio Emilia

Speaker: Claudia Giudici, President, Reggio Children
10 October 2020, Saturday, 9:00 – 11:00 AM (SGT)
This webinar will be available in English and Mandarin.

Seats are limited, please click “here” to register!

Speaker: Claudia Giudici

President of Reggio Children

Claudia Giudici, psychologist, has been President of Reggio Children Srl since 2016, and a member of Reggio Children’s Board of Directors since 2011. She is the author of articles, and curator and editor of exhibitions and publications realised by Reggio Children. She was President of the Istituzione of Preschools and Infant-toddler Centres of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia from 2009 to 2016.

For Reggio Children, Giudici was responsible for research projects on the design of educational spaces, the areas of teaching practice, professional development projects and consulting in the areas of psycho-pedagogy and educational services. She also coordinated the research group in Reggio Emilia for the project titled CARE – Curriculum and Quality Analysis and Impact Review of European Early Childhood Education and Care.

About REACH

REACH is part of the EtonHouse International Group. In 2013, REACH was founded by formally becoming part of the Reggio Children International Network.


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