Building on the outstanding success of the 2014, 2015 and 2017 South Australian study groups to Reggio Emilia, Italy, The South Australian Collaborative Childhood Project extends an invitation to interested colleagues around Australia to participate in the 2019 study group which will focus on PEDAGOGICAL COORDINATION.

Delegates must have a sound understanding of the Reggio Emilia education principles through a combination of the following:

  • read the Re-imagining Childhood report
  • attending previous study groups
  • researched the Reggio Emilia Approach over a number of years.

PRE-REQUISITE READING PRIOR TO DEPARTURE:

‘Making Learning Visible: children as individual and group learners’ Project Zero, Reggio Children.

Learn more about the study group through our announcement and study program:

Announcement

Overview

NOTE: THE REGISTRATION PERIOD FOR THE 2019 STUDY GROUP HAS NOW CLOSED. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN JOINING US, PLEASE CONTACT THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COLLABORATIVE CHILDHOOD PROJECT DIRECTLY: education.REstudygroup@sa.gov.au

Register

Click on the links below to download and learn more about the study program, the check list to register and the registration form.

Check List Terms + Conditions Registration & Deposit Forms

For further information, please contact The South Australian Collaborative Childhood Project on education.REstudygroup@sa.gov.au

All documents must be completed in full and submitted, along with any support documentation, to education.REstudygroup@sa.gov.au

About Us

Learn more about The South Australian Collaborative Childhood Project and The Foundation Reggio Children -Centro Loris Malaguzzi

Encountering New Perspectives Exhibition – Port Augusta 2019

Starts
25/10/2019 | 10:00 am
Ends
22/11/2019 | 4:00 pm

Building on from the highly successful Re-imagining Childhood Conference in November 2017, Project Quattro’s research throughout 2018 has created the desire for a uniquely South Australian exhibition that invites dialogue about the culture of childhood, the rights of the child as a citizen from birth and the power of group learning in South Australia.

FIND OUT MORE

Download a copy of the ‘Re-imagining Childhood: The inspiration of Reggio Emilia education principles in South Australia’ report