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Montessori and Reggio Emilia
Transcript of Montessori and Reggio Emilia
Reggio Emilia Materials Montessori Montessori Reggio Adult's Role Montessori Reggio Independence Child Based Community Structured 5 Learning Areas Art Studio Environment Open Plan Observations One Teacher No Hierarchy Form relationship with child and less interaction with family Family Child Community Promote Problem Solving An Emergent Curriculum Reggio Built in control of error Children work in groups Designed to enhance childs learning and discovery. Preference to natural materials Imaginitive Play Montessori Maria Montessori Reggio Emilia Loris Malaguzzi No certifying organsation Set Requirements and a ceritifying organsition Classes are mixed ages and grouped into 4 classes Teachers follow the 100 ways of learning Brief History
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