The Reggio Emilia approach is unique take on teaching—one that makes parents, teachers and children equal shareholders in the learning initiative.
Reggio Emilia is an approach to education from a city of the same name, and it focuses on the educational importance of community and free inquiry as its primary values. Since its development in the 1940s, the Reggio approach has spread into a worldwide network of preschools and kindergartens.
Although the Reggio approach shares some of the values of the better-
The core values are:
The child as an active participant in learning. The Reggio approach “sees a child as a very competent protagonist and initiator who interacts with their environment and they are allowed to follow their own interests.
The significance of environment -
The teacher, parent and child as collaborators in the process of learning -
Making learning visible -
Although adapting the values of the Reggio Emilia approach can be challenging for teachers, it's worth it. Validating the children's work and supporting the child to go deeper into their perception of the world is the most important part of the process