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Transcript of Reggio
Erika Stevens TRUE/FALSE For Your Viewing Pleasure In 1796, representatives adopted red, white, & blue as the colors to represent their newly formed republic. In 1796, regional representatives adopted the three-color red, white, and green flag to represent their newly formed republic. This flag was later adopted as the national flag of Italy. FALSE In 1796, representatives adopted red, white, & blue as the colors to represent their newly formed republic. In 1796, regional representatives adopted the three-color red, white, and green flag to represent their newly formed republic. This flag was later adopted as the national flag of Italy. FALSE An interpretation of schools as systems of relations, such that the well-being of children is interdependent with the well-being of teachers and families.
This is not one of the three principles that is consistently described as foundational to Reggio Emilia's municipal services. The other two principles are:
•The critical importance of an “image of the child” that acknowledges children’s creative, intellectual, and communicative potentials
•The value of doubt and uncertainty as ethical premises as well as incentive for teachers to dedicate themselves to learning about and with the children they hope to teach False These are examples of Reggio classrooms Ambiance is the most visible feature of Reggio Emilia classrooms. A large central space, natural lighting, non-industrial furnishings, and plants can be found in these classrooms. False Documentation is central to teachers' roles in the classrooms. Teachers take photographs, collect artifacts, and record conversations with each other and adults. Teachers take photographs, collect artifacts, and record conversations. They often analyze data with other teachers and the child's parents to make sense of what has been learned and to plan what to do next. True Loris Malaguzzi, a philosopher-journalist, thought traditional custodial child care "made children stupid". He was highly critical of traditional schooling's emphasis on learning to read and write. He argued for the hiring of artists and art educators. True According to a 1998 law, all early childhood and elementary teachers are required to enter the profession through university teacher education. The rapid growth of immigrants relocating to Italy has had little to no effect on Reggio Emilia. Reggio Emilia has been criticized as being only suitable for upper-middle-class children in homogenous environments. The rise in popularity of the Reggio Emilia approach in the United States coincided with policy makers and journalists interest in the research on children’s brain development in the 1980s. The 2001 No Child Left Behind Act had little to no effect on the credibility of the Reggio Emilia approach in the United States. This is based on a 1998 law. New teachers of infant-toddlers must now complete a 3-year university program. True False The basic premise of Reggio Emilia's strategic plan initiative was on consistent with its history of social activism: We "want to make the most of diversity as one of the founding values of the community of the municipality, and in the State" True Reggio Emilia quickly became a new reference point for high-quality early care and education. True In a bipartisan effort to close the achievement gap, NCLB mandates standardized testing at specified grade levels in the name of accountability. For administrators and educators dependent of federal dollars to support their schools, the presumed "untestability" of Reggio Emilia's pedagogy was a great risk. False There is a growing presence of children from culturally and linguistically diverse traditions in the city's infant-toddler centers and classrooms.