In Part 1 of the interview with Amelia Gambetti, we are taken on a beautiful journey of growth and transformation. As one of the most noted educators from the history of the Reggio Approach, it is thrilling to hear Amelia share stories of her relationship with Loris Malaguzzi, of learning alongside the children, and of seeing the environment "as a living protagonist." Stay tuned for Part 2, which will be out shortly.
Educators around the world are studying the work of the Reggio Emilia preschools and infant-toddler centers. Their approach is rooted in a belief that children are capable citizens who are curious, full of knowledge, and interested in connecting to the world around them.
Hosted by Sandy Lanes, this podcast is a series of conversations with remarkable people who are changing the landscape of early childhood education through the lens of the Reggio approach.
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Music composed and performed by the amazing Jack Gruber