A Hundred Languages for Describing What is the Reggio Approach

I have been motivated to write this blog post after a few recent events and conversations that have provoked me to think about the language we use to describe our educational experiences with children, especially those that are specifically ‘Reggio Inspired’.  It has made me reflect on how Loris Malaguzzi described what he saw happening … Continue reading A Hundred Languages for Describing What is the Reggio Approach

A European Transdisciplinary Learning Research Project: Making the Parts ‘Whole’

I am part of an international group of researching schools funded by the European Union as part of the Erasmus + strategy.  It spans four countries (England, Sweden, Spain and Romania) who are just beginning to research how children aged 2-7 learn/research/live in environments that are supportive of the kind of learning/researching/living that we are … Continue reading A European Transdisciplinary Learning Research Project: Making the Parts ‘Whole’