The Louise D. and Morton J. Macks Center for Jewish Education has taken a group of educators to Reggio, Italy to experience firsthand a teaching model they have been learning about for the past several months. Named after the town in Italy where it was developed soon after World War II, Reggio Emilia has become a curriculum model of excellence that has attracted worldwide attention. It is a pre school curriculum that promotes the creative expression of ... and the role of the environment in education.
I have seen the video chat conference about this teaching model and I was impressed. It’s based on a different approach than the regular curriculum and it seems to be very efficient. I hope they will bring their experience back to US and implement it here too.
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