Exploring and Interpreting the Work of the Schools of Reggio Emilia, Italy
at St. Mary’s Child Center
Saturday, April 28
9 AM- 3 PM
In the Reggio philosophy, children are seen as strong, capable, curious and imaginative with a desire to interact and learn. This seminar series is ideal for those educators who would like to know more about St. Mary’s Child Center’s exploration and interpretation of the Reggio Emilia philosophy and how to bring it to their classrooms. We will look at the classroom
environment, interactions with children and families, and the documentation of the children’s project work and investigations.
St. Mary's Child Center
901 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
A 45 minute lunch break will be offered from 11:30-12:15.
You may bring a sack lunch or go to a restaurant nearby.
Seminar Fee: $100
Please submit registration form and payment by April 25, 2018.
Scholarships are available for educators serving children impacted by poverty, violence, and trauma.
Please contact Desiree at (317) 361-4884 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
*Other services available: Tours, Internships, and Coaching*
If interested, please contact Diane Pike—email@example.com