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Making Learning Visible: Children As Individual and Group Learners

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In this richly-illustrated book--the culmination of a two-year research collaboration--teachers and "pedagogistas" from Reggio Emilia and researchers from Project Zero illuminate ways in which documentation can foster both individual and group learning, creating a relationship between them. They identify methods and processes that will enable educators to reflect not only

Paperback, 363 pages
Published July 1st 2001 by Reggio Children Pubns
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a great book for primary teachers! There are lots of examples of learning that took place in Reggio Emilia's schools.
Marianne Cane
This is a professional book related to the educational philosophies of the preschools and infant-toddler centers in Reggio Emilia, Italy, and the work of Project Zero at Harvard University. It is about the way that visual narratives can make children's and teachers' thoughts and strategies more deep and more accessible. The photographs of young children's work and the narratives that accompany them are moving. It is not, however, a page turner.

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This was a very helpful guide to the Reggio Approach but was a little dry reading. The examples and children's experiences were awesome but lacked how to start it.
Great resource on group learning. The projects documented and presented in this book are fascinating and inspiring. Dialog between Reggio Emilia and the US.
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