Integrating the Reggio Emilia Principles in the Early Years Classroom

March 7 - 8, 2014

Chiangmai, Thailand

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Theory/Skills acquired from the workshop that you can use immediately:

Share the vision with stakeholders

Work on my documentation process - make thinking visible

Start changing the 3rd teacher - environment to reflect my understandings and adapt to local culture

Helen Keogh

Vientiane International School, Laos

Use of open ended questions

Make learning visible through documentation

Inquiry based - encourage questioning


Renaissance International School, Saigon

How Reggio inspired classrooms look like

Ways to make Reggio's principles visible


St. Stephen's International School, Bangkok


Open-ended questioning

Provocation/Project-based learning

Ria Van Schuerbeek

The International School of Yangon, Myanmar