I’m so excited for you to meet Heather Jackson, director of the Reggio-inspired Sunflower School.
In this episode she shares her thoughts on verbs as thematic units, slowing down to capture the true intentions of the children we work with, and the beauty and importance in the magical thinking of childhood.
Whether you aspire to teach specifically from the Reggio philosophy or not, you will find so much inspiration in this episode.
If you’ve been wondering how you could do an even better job of bringing a child-centered approach to your curriculum or if you’re looking to bring more of the magic of childhood into your teaching practices, you are in for a treat.
Notes from the Show:
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Check out The Sunflower School website and Instagram account for inspiration!
Learn more about the Reggio Emilia Approach.
Dive even deeper with the NAREA Conference.
Here’s what I mean when I say I have a Patchwork Philosophy.
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