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The Hundred Languages of Humanity: Why the Reggio Way Works for Building a Better World

  • 12 Feb 2022
  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Zoom

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The Hundred Languages of Humanity: Why the Reggio Way Works for Building a Better World

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Hundred+ Languages of Humanity & Relationships as IDENTITIES — The stories of who we are together and shared identities shape who we can be, what we can become and what we can achieve together. The mindful, intentional guidance of our relationships can create opportunities for growth and a more peaceful co-existence with the children we teach, our fellow educators, the administration we work for and the larger communities in which we live.

By connecting our shared history with theory and practice, you may find your own work with children reimagined, your conversations reinvigorated and your life purpose redefined. By rethinking key Reggio principles to emphasize our larger Human identity, you can go out into the world and make Humanity your classroom.

Presenter: Laurie Van Putten
Lead Preschool Teacher
Community Child Care Center
Stevens Point, Wisconsin

Location: Zoom

Students: Limited spots available at no cost for students - email Heidi Wolf for details and registration hwolf@bsmschool.org

Cost: $20 | $25 after January 29, 2022

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