Risk and the Reggio Way

In the United States, we have a tendency to treat "risk" and "safety" as antonyms.  Somewhere along the way, educators, administrators, and legislators all agreed that the fastest and most effective way to keep children safe was to eliminate danger from their school environments.  My public education was rife with pea gravel, safety scissors, glue... Continue Reading →

A Case for Migratory Materials

Most preschool classrooms have "centers," and ours is no exception.  In our inside space, we have an area for pretend play, an area for art, an area for reading and literacy exploration, an area for science, and an area for engineering, physics, and construction.  We do our best to make sure that each of these... Continue Reading →

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