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Lesson Plans

Reggio Emilia Info and tour

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John & Sandra Barrick (astroboy)
Tue, 03 Nov 1998 14:08:51 -0500

Reggio Emilia:

Project approach:

Hundred Languages Tour:
-For More Information;Resources

Edwards, C., Gandini, L., and Forman, G. (Eds.) The Hundred
Languages of Children: the
Reggio Emilia Approach to Early Childhood Education. Norwood, NJ:
Ablex, 1993.

Forman, G. "Helping Children Ask Good Questions." In B. Neugebauer
(Ed.), The Wonder of
It: Exploring How the World Works. Redmond, Washington: Exchange
Press, 1989.

Gandini, L. "Not Just Anywhere: Making Child Care Centers into
`Particular' Places."
Beginnings (Spring, 1984): 17-20.

Katz, L. "Impressions of Reggio Emilia Preschools." Young Children
45, 6 (1990): 11-12. EJ
415 420.

New, R. "Excellent Early Education: A City in Italy Has It." Young
Children 45, 6 (1990):
4-10. EJ 415 419.

New, R. "Early Childhood Teacher Education in Italy: Reggio Emilia's
Master Plan for
`Master' Teachers." The Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education
12 (1991): 3.

New, R. "Projects and Provocations: Preschool Curriculum Ideas from
Reggio Emilia."
Montessori Life (Winter, 1991): 26-28.

New, R. "Italian Child Care and Early Education: Amor Maternus and
Other Cultural
Contributions." in M. Cochran (Ed.), International Handbook on Child
Care Policies and
Programs. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1993.

New, R. "The Integrated Early Childhood Curriculum: New Perspectives
from Research and
Practice." In C. Seefeldt (Ed.), The Early Childhood Curriculum: a
Review of Current
Research. Revised edition. New York: Teachers College Press,
Columbia University, 1992.

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