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The Eighth NAREA Winter Conference: Cultivating the Strong Potential of All Children: Growing a Community Vision for Education


The 2017 NAREA Winter Conference focuses on "Cultivating the Strong Potential of All Children: Growing a Community Vision for Education” and features presentations by two educators from Reggio Emilia, Italy. Generally, the Reggio Emilia educators present in connection with the topic of the conference regarding the principles of the Reggio Emilia approach; the role of documentation, observation, and interpretation in children’s and adults’ learning processes; the culture of the atelier and the theory of the hundred languages of children; the value of participation in the daily life of the municipal infant-toddler centers and preschools in Reggio Emilia; and other related aspects of the experience of the Reggio Emilia educational project. Various studies, projects, and stories of the work of the children, educators, and families support these presentations, which include dialogue with participants.

In collaboration with Reggio Children and Carolina Friends School, Lakewood Avenue Children's School, and Duke Sanford School of Public Policy and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Education.

Registration is now open
Cost:
Early Bird Rate Before January 17th: 
$525 (member) or $625 (non member)

After January 17th:
$625 (member) or $725 (non member)

To register please visit:
https://reggioalliance.org/events/conferences/winter/