visionary education community - Reggio Emilia Inspired
If you know anyone in the DC area or someone looking to relocate:
The Jewish Community Center in Rockville, MD is seeking F/T Lead Teachers for the 2013-2014 school year.
Our faculty is comprised of creative educators who believe in high quality early childhood education and study the Reggio approach. Our teachers work collaboratively to develop the curriculum around the interests and ideas of our students and to integrate Jewish…
Posted by Sandy Lanes on July 10, 2013 at 5:43am
As I am reflecting on this interest, I wonder what the bigger questions might be..... Why are children so interested in monsters and creatures? Do they think they are real? Why or why not? What else are they afraid of? What do they do when they are afraid?
I feel like I have exhausted the topic of monsters, as far as classroom related activities can go, but there is a lot more than I can discuss with the class. Maybe there are some more activities we can do that will go deeper…Continue
Posted by Lynn M. Freeman on February 20, 2013 at 11:51am
hi there! hope this finds everyone's new year starting well!
my daughter and i have been engaged in a lot of different experiences. yesterday, we started 'cardboard town'
after making the town, she went and found some blue cellophane and said, "it is a windy day now!" (see photo)
to follow more of our experiences, you can find me on Facebook creative childhood…Continue
i AM RETIRED, BUT WILLING TO SHARE IDEAS AND CREATIVE THOUGHTS . ANY DISSCUSSION GROUPS OUT THERE WILLING TO HAVE A NEW MEMBER?
Posted by Kim miles on October 26, 2012 at 10:32am
I'm a Director at a new Reggio Inspired preschool and I'm in dire, dire need of a teacher-site supervisor to help us grow in many areas. We are located in North Hills, CA. If you are this wonderful teacher and have supervision experience please contact me at 818-601-8833-(7 days a week). I need someone to start immediately. Thank you. Yessy
Posted by Yesenia Beltran on September 23, 2012 at 3:13pm
Posted by Karlee Zelmer on August 6, 2012 at 10:43am
I can't believe that it isn't even August and I am already having sleepless nights because my mind won't stop racing and coming up with projects and ideas for next year's inquiry. The curriculum is based on the province of Alberta and the natural biology, history and stories of our province. I guess it's time to start planning.
This past year, I had the fortune to teach an extraordinary group of students who pushed me and my teaching to a new level. The one activity I remember most was when the kids showed a great interest in the artwork of japan, the country we were studying (grade 8). I threw out my plans, hit the art room, and grabbed whatever supplies I could find. We then took on the task of creating our own gardens in the Japanese style. They found things they liked, didn't like, and things that were just…Continue