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Linda Kinney

Note : Includes bibliographical references and index. Physical Description : xiii, 82 p. Subject : Stirling Scotland.

Contents Foreword Acknowledgements Contents What is this book about? Author note Linda Kinney is Head of Learning and Development in Stirling Council and a member of the Scottish Executive's expert reference group on integrated children's services Pat Wharton is an early years' pedagogical consultant currently working in partnership with Stirling Council's Early Childhood Services on a documentation approach to early learning. Reviews ' An Encounter with Reggio Emilia is easy to read. Teachers collaborate and discuss student work with other educators, believing that effective teaching requires a level of interpretation that can come only from discourse with other professionals.

A strong value is placed on communicating, interacting and building places where people with different ideas can bring their ideas to the table.

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Questions give order to the world and answers are considered temporary, in order to develop new questions. As documentation is discussed and shared, culture and collective understanding is created. It is this shared construction of meaning that is the unifying theme of the Reggio Emilia approach. The educational work in Reggio Emilia is always undergoing re-examination and experimentation. It is always in flux. Continual collaboration with others creates new pedagogies, stressing social constructivism and different points of view.

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The high level of practice that they obtain in Reggio is largely attributable to the fact that they continually question, refine, and change their practices rather than codify and replicate them. Stay in-the-know with all things EdTech and innovations in learning by signing up to receive our weekly newsletter, Smart Update.

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