Exhibit from Reggio Emilia
"The Hundred Languages of Children"

The Hundred Languages of Children exhibit was created in the city of Reggio Emilia, Italy, by Loris Malaguzzi, pedagogista and philosopher, founder of the Reggio approach to education. This exhibit created in 1981 is rooted in forty years of experience of the educational institutions operated by the municipality of Reggio Emilia, Italy. The exhibit bears witness to the originality and the extraordinary nature of the years of research that have led the Reggio infant toddler centers and preschools to become a primary point of reference for those who work in education worldwide.

The experience is based on incessant research, the center of which is the image of the child, who is competent in building knowledge, and a constant seeker of meaning.
The exhibit wants to witness the pedagogy of the possible, ?giving visibility to processes and life situations that cannot be linked to standard pedagogical models or reconstituted educational premises, theoretical certainties, or general practice. Rather, the experience is based on incessant research and actions that take place with a chorus of many voices, many hands, and many intelligences, the center of which is the image of a child, who is competent in building knowledge, and a constant seeker of meaning.?
 


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