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    • The first school started in 1945 in Reggio Emilia, Italy by Loris Malaguzzi.
    • The Reggio Emilia approach to early education is based on the belief thatchildren are powerful people, full of the desire and ability to grow up andconstruct their own knowledge. Children have not just the need, but the right to interact and communicate with one another and with caring, respectful adults.
    • At the heart of this system is the powerful image of the child.Reggio educators do not see children as empty vessels that require filling with facts. Rather they see children as full of potential, competent and capable of building their own theories. Loris Malaguzzi in the Reggio preschool.
    • Education based on InterrelationshipsThe unique Reggio teacherThe Environment as the Third TeacherLong Term Projects as Vehicles of LearningThe Importance of DocumentationReal life experiences
    • The vision of Reggio Emilia schools is always evolving. However, what is constant about the philosophy is best described by Malaguzzi himself: "What children learn does not follow as an automatic result from what is taught. Rather, it is in large part due to the childrens own doing as a consequence of their activities and our resources."
    • Video of children in a Reggio Emilia 3rd grade school classroom