‘The child has a hundred languages,’ Reggio Emilia’s founder Loris Malaguzzi famously said, meaning children communicate in a myriad of ways and must have the freedom to express themselves in school whether through words or art or motion. Documentation of the child’s progress by teachers, such as video recordings and photographs, is another crucial element of Reggio Emilia.
The July summit will explain hare experiences of these elements of the Reggio Emilia approach, with themes such as, Image of the Child: Taking Children Seriously, From Display to Documentation, or Emergent Curriculum. It is an optimal opportunity for teachers, parents and educators to learn about implementing Reggio Emilia.
The summit is also a pre-event leading to RBF’s Second International Conference on Quality Education in August.
Reggio Emilia Summit Nepal
20-21 July 2019
Rato Bangala School, Patan Dhoka
Registration: Rs15,000 for nationals, and $150 for international