Reggio Emilia Summit Nepal 2019
“The wider the range of possibilities we offer children, the more intense will be their motivations, and richer their experiences”- Loris Malaguzzi
The Reggio Emilia approach originated in the town and surroundings of Reggio Emilia in Italy by pedagogist Loris Malaguzzi out of a movement towards introducing a new methodology of teaching, one that would enhance a child’s learning experience and help them form a personality of their own. This innovative and inspiring approach to early childhood education values the child as strong, capable and resilient; rich with wonder and knowledge. It is a pedagogy described as student-centered and constructivist that uses self-directed, experiential learning in relationship-driven environments. This approach is hailed by educators as the world’s best practice in early childhood education. Since the Reggio Emilia approach is a way of life and hence about the delivery rather than the curriculum, many pre-schools and primary education institutions around the world have been gaining momentum to practice being Reggio-inspired, using an adaptation of the approach specific to the needs of their communities.
With an optimism to guide pre primary education of Nepal towards an emergent curriculum and reach new dimensions, Rato Bangala Foundation and Reggio Children is proud to collaborate and bring about a unique opportunity to engage with two educationists from Reggio Emilia, Italy, for a two day program entitled The Reggio Emilia Approach to Education as a pre-conference event of the Second International Conference on Quality Education 2019 (ICQE2019). We are pleased to announce that we can now bring this approach to the larger community of early childhood educators in Nepal.
About the Summit
This Summit featuring two acclaimed Italian practitioners of Reggio Emilia Approach from Italy, Ms. Paola Cagliari and Ms. Alessia Forghieri, will allow participants to better understand and explore important themes that will support educators in their endeavor to learn and practice the Reggio approach.
Who is it for?
School leaders, educators,teachers, principals, policy makers, parents, and all who are passionate about supporting the learning and development of early years children are welcomed.
- Environment as the Third Teacher
- Image of the Child: Taking Children Seriously
- Emergent Curriculum
- From Display to Documentation
- Making Learning Visible
The language for the summit will be Italian with English translation.
Nrs. 15000/- for Nepali nationals.
USD $150 for Internationals.
–Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis upon receipt of payment.
-There will be no refund of payment made for the registration fee. Full registration payment must be made for confirmation of participation to the workshop.
-The fees above include all sessions for both days of the summit, as well as lunch and tea-breaks on both days.
-The fees does not include accommodation and travel expenses.
-The summit committee reserves the right to make alterations to the programme and/or venue, and are not liable for any damages due to any unforeseen changes in the conference arrangement
-Participants need to register prior to the event date.
Click here to register. Extended Registration Deadline : 8 July 2019
Online Registration has closed!
Event Date: 20- 21 July 2019
Venue: Rato Bangala School, Lalitpur, Nepal
For queries : +977-01-5546843 , Saraswati Rajbhandari (firstname.lastname@example.org)