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Author Hendrick, Joanne, 1928-

Title Next steps toward teaching the Reggio way : accepting the challenge to change / Joanne Hendrick, editor
Edition Second edition
Published Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson/Merrill/Prentice Hall, [2004]
Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson/Merrill/Prentice Hall, 2004
©2004
©2004

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Description xvi, 288 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents I. Introduction to Reggio Emilia -- 1. A Brief Reggio Emilia Story / Lella Gandini -- 2. Foundations of the Reggio Emilia Approach / Lella Gandini -- 3. Dewey, Piaget, Vygotsky: Connections with Malaguzzi and the Reggio Approach / Baji Rankin -- II. Reggio Emilia as Seen Through American Eyes -- 4. Reggio Emilia and American Schools: Telling Them Apart and Putting Them Together - Can We Do It? / Joanne Hendrick -- 5. Being There: Reflections on a First-Time Visit to Reggio Emilia / Jeanne Goldhaber, Beth Dall, Nicole DiMario, Sara Lovell and Kelly Morrison -- III. The Challenge to Change -- 6. The Challenges of the Reggio Emilia Approach / Lilian Katz -- IV. Accepting the Challenge to Change by Changing Relationships -- 7. Creating, Encouraging, and Supporting Relationships at Chicago Commons Child Development Program / Karen Haigh -- 8. Teachers as Co-Inquirers: Fostering Positive Relationships in a Multicultural Community / Shareen Abramson and Kabeljit Atwal -- 9. Thinking with Parents About Learning / Brenda Fyfe, Sally Miller Hovey and Jennifer Strange -- 10. Parents as Partners / Mary Hartzell, Becky Zlotoff, Ami Cohen, Laurie Grotstein and Tracey Glazer -- 11. Caregiving Through a Relationship Lens / Carolyn Pope Edwards -- 12. The Relational Rights of Children in Our Care / Deborah Alexandrea Doherty -- V. Accepting the Challenge to Change by Doing Project Work -- 13. Conversations with Children / Louise Boyd Cadwell and Brenda Fyfe -- 14. The Challenge of Reggio Emilia's Research: One Teacher's Reflections / Donna Carloss Williams and Rebecca Kantor -- 15. There It is! Exploring the Permanence of Objects and the Power of Self with Infants and Toddlers / Nicole May, Rebecca Kantor and Michele Sanderson -- 16. Embracing Snow: A Story of Negotiated Learning / Pam Oken-Wright -- VI. Accepting the Challenge to Change by Creating the Appropriate Settings -- 17. Reflecting on Changes Within Our Learning and Living Environments at Chicago Commons / Karen Haigh -- 18. The Atelier Environment: Recognizing the Power of Materials as Languages / Charles Schwall -- 19. In Our Real World: An Anatomy of Documentation / Barbara Burrington and Susan Sortino -- VII. Accepting the Challenge to Change on a Larger Scale -- 20. Reflections on a Journey of Inspiration: Teacher Change in Public Education / Sandra M. Miller and Sonya Shoptaugh -- VIII. Creating a Vision for Future Change: Where Do We Go from Here? -- 21. Experiences in Advocacy: Expanding the Role of the Early Childhood Educator / Judith Allen Kaminsky, Margie Cooper, Jeanne Goldhaber and Karen Haigh
Notes Updated ed. of: First steps toward teaching the Reggio way. c1997
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 275-281) and index
Subject Reggio Emilia approach (Early childhood education)
Public schools -- Italy -- Reggio Emilia.
Education, Preschool -- Italy -- Reggio Emilia.
Education, Preschool -- Philosophy.
Education, Preschool -- Italy -- Reggio Emilia (Province)
Public schools -- Italy -- Reggio Emilia (Province)
Education, Preschool -- United States.
Author Hendrick, Joanne, 1928-
LC no. 2003041239
ISBN 013049657X (paper)
OTHER TI First steps toward teaching the Reggio way