Reggio Children – Free Webinar Now Open for Registration

 

Topic: Reggio Children-Digital Educational Toolbox
Time: 20 March 2021, 9:00 AM (SGT) 
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Reggio Children-Digital Educational Toolbox

REACH is excited to bring to you another free webinar in collaboration with Reggio Children. This webinar will be available in English and Mandarin.

Hosted by Claudia Giudici, the President of Reggio Children, this webinar explores the first Digital Educational Toolbox produced by Reggio Children especially designed for educators and parents curious about children’s learning and the theory of the 100 Languages.

It is shared in the words of Loris Malaguzzi, a theoretical contribution by Vea Vecchi, with experiences in Reggio Emilia’s municipal infant-toddler centres and pre-schools.

In the webinar, Claudia will share about the Digital Toolbox that ‘offers teachers and educators working with the Reggio Emilia Approach a flexible “container” of ideas and concepts that can be re-combined and innovated in relation to the focus of each learning journey.’

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 RACH

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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