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Do We See Conflict as Something Only to be Avoided?Insights and inspirations from Reggio Emilia: Stories of teachers and children from North American (2008)
The Reggio Emilia Approach to early childhood education is transforming how our children learn. This famed method puts the natural development of children, their close relationship with their environment, and the practice of documenting every step of the learning process at the center of its philosophy. Here, in words and images from classrooms across North America, is the Reggio Emilia learning experience, explored, discussed, and evaluated from the perspectives of educators, scholars, and policy makers. It’s a celebration of 30 years of innovative work in America, with an introduction to the city and schools of Reggio Emilia and a description of the values and principles at the core of this educational system
- Early childhood education -- Philosophy
EditorLella Gandini, Susan Etheredge, Lynn Hill
Citation InformationNimmo, J. (2008). Do we see conflict as something only to be avoided? In, L.Gandini, S.Etheredge, & L.Hill. (Eds.). Insights and inspirations from Reggio Emilia: Stories of teachers and children from North American. (p.175 & pp.208-9). Worchester, MA: Davis Publications.