Reggio Emilia Approach
The Reggio Emilia approach is an educational philosophy focused on preschool and primary education. It is a pedagogy described as student-centered and constructivist that uses self-directed, experiential learning in relationship-driven environments.
Minimum number of participants required for the opening of the course is 8.
- : Instructor : not assigned yet
- : 08-12 June 2020 (1 week) | 07-11 June 2021 (1 week) | 13-17 June 2022 (1week)
- : Marbella / Spain (The course center has not been determined yet.)
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Program Fee: 350 €
- : Include training course
- : Not include food accommodation
- : Not include airport transfer
- : Not include local transportation
- : Not include accommodation
- : Not include Guide Service
- : Not include Cultural activity
Note : This program includes only training course and price is only for one participant for 1 week(only weekdays).
Note :If you have another project topic, we can help you on the subject. But your participant's number is less than 8, service provider has right to change the course date but if you have more than 8 , you can determine the course dates as you want
Overview and Course Background
The Reggio Emilia approach course is designed to focuse on preschool and primary education. In educational terms, we have a “scaffolding” approach is used. It is a process in which teachers model or demonstrate how to solve a problem, and then step back, offering support as needed.
The Reggio Emilia methodology is applied in classrooms to encourage interpersonal communication among children and between teachers, teacher assistants and children.
This course is open to: teachers, directors, managers, educators and other staff of preschool, kindergarten and early childhood institutions. Who Can Apply?: Teachers, managers, groups of individuals and school staff.
You will receive a certificate from ETFA(European Training Faculty OÜ)
- To organize your classroom in a way that helps children make thoughtful decisions about the materials they would like to use for different projects
- To document children’s progress using many different methods, such as: video, photographs, tape recordings, work portfolios, and recorded dictations
- To form a group of other teachers and parents to help compare information and adjust to the special needs and interests of children
|WEEK 1||The Warm-Up: Weekly schedule, goals and objectives, orientation program||Introduction: Get acquainted with the new trends and most effective approach in early childhood and preschool education||Recognition: Discover the benefits of embedding nature and biodiversity in preschool activities||Understanding of the importance: Understanding and learn how to design, prepare and deliver interactive Non-Formal Education learning activities and games||Communication and perspective: Experience and practice inspirational outdoor education activities|
|...||Overview: Overview on the most innovative teaching and pedagogy approaches for preschool education||In depth: Learn about the key principles of the Montessori Method and Loris Malaguzzi's Reggio Emilia Approach||Design: Designing a learning activity that incorporates the knowledge acquired through a Design Thinking process,||Supporting of adaptation process: Exchange best practices and share experiences about preschool education with teachers and education staff coming throughout Europe||Case Studies: Visit preschools and kindergartens and network with individuals and institutions working in preschool education.|