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Reggio Emilia Examples in the Classroom



The Reggio Emilia early childhood educational philosophy is based on principles of respect, responsibility, and community. The approach believes that “a child has a hundred languages.” The approach unites and develops all languages: innovation, nature, construction, fantasy, art, music, dance, building, writing, talking, signing, science, body, and soul. These multiple languages are used to help children build knowledge and understand the world around them.

At the core of the Reggio Emilia concept is the child’s natural curiosity of their world coupled with a respect for the countless qualities and values that we believe each child is born with.

Reggio Emilia examples

Here are some examples of Reggio Emilia in the classroom:

The Reggio Emilia Approach emphasizes a child’s abilities, competences, and natural aptitude. It encourages the development of new and inherent talents. These qualities will help a child to embark on and prosper in life with confidence and skill, especially in future educational endeavors. Additionally, learning will take place through positive relationships and caring adults.

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