3.What are the hallmarks of Reggio Emilia’s approach to early childhood education? Youcan reference this information in your text on pages 245 and 266. (You are encouraged tosearch YouTube for more videos on the Reggio Emilia.) One paragraph. Please note,Reggio Emilia is a city in Italy.Some of the hallmarks is that children are treated as beautiful, powerful, competent,creative, and full of potential. Teachers also honor a child’s voice and takes their suggestionsinto consideration. There is also a strong emphasis is placed on constructing knowledgethrough social interaction. Hence collaboration dialogue conflict and negation with peers andadults are important. Some other hallmarks include the displaying of the children’s work andpicture of their accomplishments. Parents are also encouraged and invited into classrooms towork with their children as well as other parents. This builds a strong community among theparents with the teachers too. An overall hallmark that shines above all the other ones is thefact that the learning is child directed learning which is much more beneficial to a child thana system is set in stone. Those were most of the hallmarks of the Reggio Emilia’s report.
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Developmental Psychology,Theory of cognitive development,Kohlberg's stages of moral development,Reggio Emilia,Neo-Piagetian theories of cognitive development