Reggio Professional Learning
REANZ Tiziana May 10th – Weds 22nd 2019
The Reggio Approach is an interconnected system - a pedagogy of relationships
Saturday 11th May: 9.00 – 4.00pmEarly Years: 0 – 7 years Auckland Workshop
In this one-day seminar Tiziana Filippini will engage in dialogue with teachers to explore the notion of relationships as a key pedagogical strategy. She will explore the way in which educators, children, families and the community in Reggio Emilia engage in a process of participation; giving value to and making use of relationships, collaboration and culture.
Venue: Music Auditorium, Epsom Campus, The University of Auckland, Gate 3 78 Epsom Ave.
Cost: $160. Per person includes morning tea and lunch
Documentation: how it changes our way to teach and learn.
Friday 17th 9.00 – 4.00pm – Saturday 18th May. 9.00 – 4.00pm
Wellington 2 x day Workshop
This two day interactive workshop presents an opportunity for educators to engage with Tiziana Filippini, sharing in dialogue to explore key ideas and generate new understandings about documentation, listening, children and pedagogy in relation to early years settings 0 – 7 years.
Venue: The Life Centre, 21 Hania Street, Mt Victoria, Wellington
Cost: $320. Per person includes morning tea and lunch
How does it change the idea of school when children are co-protagonists, with their teachers, in the learning processes?
Monday 20th May: 4.00pm – 8.30pm
Auckland Primary teachers.
Dialogue and work in small groups to explorekey ideas and generate new understandings about documentation, listening, children and pedagogy in relation toprimary school settings.Tiziana will share examples from her work in schools.
This workshop is suited to educators working with children in primary school contexts (5 – 12)
Venue: Bailey Road School. Mt Wellington. Auckland
Cost: $80. Per person includes light supper
Conversations in Auckland
REANZ invites you to join Bridgette Towle and Diti Hill-Denee to explore the interface between the concept of intra-active pedagogy (Lenz Taguchi 2010), the principles and philosophy of Reggio Emilia, and the bicultural context of early learning in Aotearoa New Zealand.
The two conversation evenings will be of particular interest to teachers who are wanting to deepen their understanding of the Reggio Emilia approach and to expand their philosophical thinking in the context of their practice.
Dates: Wednesday 8th August Wednesday 12th September
Venue: Kohia Education Centre, The University of Auckland,
78 Epsom Avenue, Auckland.
PARKING : Gate 2, level 2.
Conversations in Hamilton
CONVERSATION SERIES - WAIKATO
Nga mihi nui ki a koutou!
At long last - For those Friends of REANZ who are located in Hamilton or the wider Waikato, Bay of Plenty area:
REANZ invites you to join Diti Hilland Helen Aitken in a 3-part Introductory conversation series for teachers, aimed to explore the guiding principles of the pedagogy of Reggio Emilia. The three evenings will be of interest to teachers who are just beginning to explore the ideas that underpin this way of thinking about children’s learning. The third evening will build on the first two evenings, with a focus on specific project work and the process behind the ‘progetazzione’ or project.
We ask that participants commit to attending all 3 conversation evenings.
*We are wanting to keep the group size to around 40 people so a maximum of 10 participants per service please
Dates: Monday 20thAugust 2018
Monday 24thSeptember 2018
Monday 15thOctober 2018
Venue: The Link Community Centre(beside St Andrews Presbyterian Church)
In the Purdie Hall/Fellowship Lounge
6 Te Aroha Street
Cost: $75 per personfor3 evenings
Landscapes of Transformation:
changing education for changing times
Thursday 11 – Sunday 14 July 2019
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
Early bird (until 31 March 2019)
REAIE Member $950
Standard (from 1 April 2019)
REAIE Member $1150