A dynamic forum focused on the experience of childhood and the process of learning

    • 16 Dec 2018
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
    • Open Book/Conexion Cafe, 1011 S Washington Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55415

    We read slowly, never more than one chapter per month; sometimes we repeat a chapter, if we don’t feel finished with it. The dispositions we strengthen include close reading, careful listening and thoughtful conversation. Each meeting, we form a flexible learning group without a fixed destination, with the intention of cultivating a context for uncertainty, diversity and complexity.

    The Logic of Action: Young Children at Work by Frances Hawkins
    ISBN-10: 0870811614
    ISBN-13: 978-0870811616

    David Hawkins and the Pond Study, documented by Elizabeth Kellogg
    ISBN-10: 1450031129
    ISBN-13: 978-1450031127

    Loris Malaguzzi was influenced by the writings of David Hawkins, an American philosopher interested in science and education. Among other concepts, Hawkins insisted that teachers need to be learners, as well as children. In turn, David Hawkins was deeply influenced by the work of his wife, Frances Hawkins, who was committed to documenting and studying children’s learning processes. Malaguzzi and Hawkins met in 1988. “Both believed in the importance of seeing children’s processes of learning through action and also of renewing oneself with an open mind. Upon such a common base each was able to learn from the other” (Gandini, 2008).

    • 20 Jan 2019
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
    • Open Book/Conexion Cafe, 1011 S Washington Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55415

    We read slowly, never more than one chapter per month; sometimes we repeat a chapter, if we don’t feel finished with it. The dispositions we strengthen include close reading, careful listening and thoughtful conversation. Each meeting, we form a flexible learning group without a fixed destination, with the intention of cultivating a context for uncertainty, diversity and complexity.

    The Logic of Action: Young Children at Work by Frances Hawkins
    ISBN-10: 0870811614
    ISBN-13: 978-0870811616

    David Hawkins and the Pond Study, documented by Elizabeth Kellogg
    ISBN-10: 1450031129
    ISBN-13: 978-1450031127

    Loris Malaguzzi was influenced by the writings of David Hawkins, an American philosopher interested in science and education. Among other concepts, Hawkins insisted that teachers need to be learners, as well as children. In turn, David Hawkins was deeply influenced by the work of his wife, Frances Hawkins, who was committed to documenting and studying children’s learning processes. Malaguzzi and Hawkins met in 1988. “Both believed in the importance of seeing children’s processes of learning through action and also of renewing oneself with an open mind. Upon such a common base each was able to learn from the other” (Gandini, 2008).

    • 26 Jan 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Grace Neighborhood Nursery School, 1430 W 28th St., Minneapolis, MN 55408
    Register

    Children’s words, both spoken and written, are powerful agents. Join us for a conversation with our poet-in-residence and hear about the possibilities of incorporating poetry - children’s own poetry - into your educational plan. Julia will describe how young children can discover the joy of playing with words, and through the process, come to see themselves as poets.

    Facilitated by:
    Julia Klatt Singer
    Poet-in-Residence and the staff of Grace Neighborhood Nursery School

    Light breakfast served


    • 01 Feb 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 02 Feb 2019
    • 8:00 PM
    • Open Book/Conexion Cafe, 1011 S Washington Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55415

    Look for the RINM table in the Exhibit Area!
    Network with other RINM members and future members!

    Location: MNAEYC Annual Conference, St. Paul River Centre

    https://mnsaca.site-ym.com/

    • 17 Feb 2019
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
    • Open Book/Conexion Cafe, 1011 S Washington Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55415

    We read slowly, never more than one chapter per month; sometimes we repeat a chapter, if we don’t feel finished with it. The dispositions we strengthen include close reading, careful listening and thoughtful conversation. Each meeting, we form a flexible learning group without a fixed destination, with the intention of cultivating a context for uncertainty, diversity and complexity.

    The Logic of Action: Young Children at Work by Frances Hawkins
    ISBN-10: 0870811614
    ISBN-13: 978-0870811616

    David Hawkins and the Pond Study, documented by Elizabeth Kellogg
    ISBN-10: 1450031129
    ISBN-13: 978-1450031127

    Loris Malaguzzi was influenced by the writings of David Hawkins, an American philosopher interested in science and education. Among other concepts, Hawkins insisted that teachers need to be learners, as well as children. In turn, David Hawkins was deeply influenced by the work of his wife, Frances Hawkins, who was committed to documenting and studying children’s learning processes. Malaguzzi and Hawkins met in 1988. “Both believed in the importance of seeing children’s processes of learning through action and also of renewing oneself with an open mind. Upon such a common base each was able to learn from the other” (Gandini, 2008).

    • 17 Mar 2019
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
    • Open Book/Conexion Cafe, 1011 S Washington Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55415

    We read slowly, never more than one chapter per month; sometimes we repeat a chapter, if we don’t feel finished with it. The dispositions we strengthen include close reading, careful listening and thoughtful conversation. Each meeting, we form a flexible learning group without a fixed destination, with the intention of cultivating a context for uncertainty, diversity and complexity.

    The Logic of Action: Young Children at Work by Frances Hawkins
    ISBN-10: 0870811614
    ISBN-13: 978-0870811616

    David Hawkins and the Pond Study, documented by Elizabeth Kellogg
    ISBN-10: 1450031129
    ISBN-13: 978-1450031127

    Loris Malaguzzi was influenced by the writings of David Hawkins, an American philosopher interested in science and education. Among other concepts, Hawkins insisted that teachers need to be learners, as well as children. In turn, David Hawkins was deeply influenced by the work of his wife, Frances Hawkins, who was committed to documenting and studying children’s learning processes. Malaguzzi and Hawkins met in 1988. “Both believed in the importance of seeing children’s processes of learning through action and also of renewing oneself with an open mind. Upon such a common base each was able to learn from the other” (Gandini, 2008).

    • 21 Apr 2019
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
    • Open Book/Conexion Cafe, 1011 S Washington Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55415

    We read slowly, never more than one chapter per month; sometimes we repeat a chapter, if we don’t feel finished with it. The dispositions we strengthen include close reading, careful listening and thoughtful conversation. Each meeting, we form a flexible learning group without a fixed destination, with the intention of cultivating a context for uncertainty, diversity and complexity.

    The Logic of Action: Young Children at Work by Frances Hawkins
    ISBN-10: 0870811614
    ISBN-13: 978-0870811616

    David Hawkins and the Pond Study, documented by Elizabeth Kellogg
    ISBN-10: 1450031129
    ISBN-13: 978-1450031127

    Loris Malaguzzi was influenced by the writings of David Hawkins, an American philosopher interested in science and education. Among other concepts, Hawkins insisted that teachers need to be learners, as well as children. In turn, David Hawkins was deeply influenced by the work of his wife, Frances Hawkins, who was committed to documenting and studying children’s learning processes. Malaguzzi and Hawkins met in 1988. “Both believed in the importance of seeing children’s processes of learning through action and also of renewing oneself with an open mind. Upon such a common base each was able to learn from the other” (Gandini, 2008).

    • 19 May 2019
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
    • Open Book/Conexion Cafe, 1011 S Washington Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55415

    We read slowly, never more than one chapter per month; sometimes we repeat a chapter, if we don’t feel finished with it. The dispositions we strengthen include close reading, careful listening and thoughtful conversation. Each meeting, we form a flexible learning group without a fixed destination, with the intention of cultivating a context for uncertainty, diversity and complexity.

    The Logic of Action: Young Children at Work by Frances Hawkins
    ISBN-10: 0870811614
    ISBN-13: 978-0870811616

    David Hawkins and the Pond Study, documented by Elizabeth Kellogg
    ISBN-10: 1450031129
    ISBN-13: 978-1450031127

    Loris Malaguzzi was influenced by the writings of David Hawkins, an American philosopher interested in science and education. Among other concepts, Hawkins insisted that teachers need to be learners, as well as children. In turn, David Hawkins was deeply influenced by the work of his wife, Frances Hawkins, who was committed to documenting and studying children’s learning processes. Malaguzzi and Hawkins met in 1988. “Both believed in the importance of seeing children’s processes of learning through action and also of renewing oneself with an open mind. Upon such a common base each was able to learn from the other” (Gandini, 2008).

    • 16 Jun 2019
    • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
    • Open Book/Conexion Cafe, 1011 S Washington Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55415

    We read slowly, never more than one chapter per month; sometimes we repeat a chapter, if we don’t feel finished with it. The dispositions we strengthen include close reading, careful listening and thoughtful conversation. Each meeting, we form a flexible learning group without a fixed destination, with the intention of cultivating a context for uncertainty, diversity and complexity.

    The Logic of Action: Young Children at Work by Frances Hawkins
    ISBN-10: 0870811614
    ISBN-13: 978-0870811616

    David Hawkins and the Pond Study, documented by Elizabeth Kellogg
    ISBN-10: 1450031129
    ISBN-13: 978-1450031127

    Loris Malaguzzi was influenced by the writings of David Hawkins, an American philosopher interested in science and education. Among other concepts, Hawkins insisted that teachers need to be learners, as well as children. In turn, David Hawkins was deeply influenced by the work of his wife, Frances Hawkins, who was committed to documenting and studying children’s learning processes. Malaguzzi and Hawkins met in 1988. “Both believed in the importance of seeing children’s processes of learning through action and also of renewing oneself with an open mind. Upon such a common base each was able to learn from the other” (Gandini, 2008).

Past events

08 Dec 2018 The Many Languages of Boys
29 Nov 2018 Documentation Lab - FREE
18 Nov 2018 Open Book Study - FREE
07 Nov 2018 Our Documentation Journey
25 Oct 2018 Documentation Lab - FREE
21 Oct 2018 Open Book Study - FREE
20 Oct 2018 New Location! South Metro Documentation Lab - FREE
06 Oct 2018 Enter, Encounter, Engage: The Reggio-Inspired Network of Minnesota 7th Annual Conference
27 Sep 2018 Documentation Lab - FREE
16 Sep 2018 Open Book Study - FREE
19 Aug 2018 Open Book Study - FREE
27 Jul 2018 Professional Development Calendar
15 Jul 2018 Open Book Study - FREE
17 Jun 2018 Open Book Study - FREE
20 May 2018 Open Book Study - FREE
05 May 2018 Working with Wire - Sandy Burwell Class
04 May 2018 Free - End-of-year Celebration With The Documentation Lab Participants and RINM Annual Meeting
28 Apr 2018 Documentation Lab - FREE
26 Apr 2018 Documentation Lab - FREE
15 Apr 2018 Book Study - FREE
14 Apr 2018 Fostering A Collaborative Community
22 Mar 2018 Documentation Lab - FREE
18 Mar 2018 Book Study - FREE
09 Mar 2018 MNAEYC Convention
24 Feb 2018 The Language of Clay - FULL / SEE INSIDE FOR WAIT LIST
22 Feb 2018 DOCUMENTATION LAB - FREE
18 Feb 2018 Book Study - FREE
28 Jan 2018 Exploring the Geography of Childhood
25 Jan 2018 DOCUMENTATION LAB - FREE
21 Jan 2018 Book Study - FREE
07 Dec 2017 Documentation Lab
19 Nov 2017 Book Study
18 Nov 2017 Documentation Lab
11 Nov 2017 Whose Agenda Is It? Mapping the Terrain of Parent Engagement from Multiple Perspectives
28 Oct 2017 Learning Together - Explorations In Light and Shadow
23 Sep 2017 Set an Intention to Pay Attention
17 Sep 2017 Book Study - Free
20 Aug 2017 Book Study - Free
18 Jun 2017 Book Study - Free
21 May 2017 Book Study - Free
06 May 2017 The Many Languages of Found Objects
23 Apr 2017 Book Study - Free - Moved to 4/23 because of Easter
25 Mar 2017 Enter, Encounter, Engage
19 Mar 2017 Book Study - Free
26 Feb 2017 World Café: Your Culturally Dynamic Classroom
19 Feb 2017 Book Study - Free
21 Jan 2017 Big Body Play: Teaching with the Body in Mind
15 Jan 2017 Book Study - Free
14 Jan 2017 Children's Literature and Creative Expression - Sandy Burwell
18 Dec 2016 Book Study - Free
19 Nov 2016 Exploring the Role of the Teacher as “Listener”
16 Oct 2016 Book Study - Free
15 Oct 2016 The Nature of Inclusion: Working with Children with Special Rights
18 Sep 2016 Book Study - Free
17 Sep 2016 Mindfulness and Young Children
21 Aug 2016 Book Study - Free
17 Jul 2016 Book Study - Free
14 Jul 2016 Documentation: Honoring the Process - A Summer Training at Westwood Early Childhood Center in Partnership with Boulder Journey School
25 Jun 2016 The US Play Coalition: Midwest Play Conference
19 Jun 2016 June Book Study Has Been Cancelled. We Will Meet Again In July.
15 May 2016 Book Study - Free
14 May 2016 Enter, Encounter, Engage: 5th Annual Spring Conference- Stories from the Field
17 Apr 2016 Book Study - Free
16 Apr 2016 Exploring Reggio-inspired Programming in a Holistic Early Childhood Community Context: Willow and
20 Mar 2016 Book Study - Free
11 Mar 2016 MacDonald Montessori School Winter Conference
03 Mar 2016 Movie Night: Viewing and Discussion of "Not Just Anyplace"
21 Feb 2016 Book Study - Free
20 Feb 2016 Stepping up to the Challenge: Going for the Parent Aware Rating and Keeping Your Reggio-inspired Principles Intact
27 Jan 2016 Learning Together - Exploring The Languages of Light and Shadow
17 Jan 2016 Book Study - Free
09 Jan 2016 Exploring Inspired Programming in an Intergenerational Context: All Seasons Preschool
20 Dec 2015 Book Study - Free
05 Dec 2015 Learning Together - Exploring The Languages of Painting and Drawing
21 Nov 2015 Exploring Reggio-Inspired Principles in Australian Contexts
15 Nov 2015 Book Study - Free
24 Oct 2015 Exploring a Reggio-inspired Early Childhood Center Environment: Westwood Early Childhood Center
18 Oct 2015 Book Study - Free
07 Mar 2015 Enter, Encounter, Engage: Reggio Inspired Network of Minnesota's 4th Annual Spring Event
22 Feb 2015 Book Study: The Hundred Languages of Children
21 Feb 2015 Poetry: Exploring the 100 Languages of Children
30 Jan 2015 MNAEYC Annual Conference
18 Jan 2015 Book Study: The Hundred Languages of Children, Chapter 18
10 Jan 2015 Clay: Exploring the 100 Languages of Children

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