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Title: レッジョ・エミリアの幼児教育と保育環境 : Winter Institute 1998と「子どもたちの100の言葉展」の実践記録から
Other Titles: Reggio Emilia's early childhood education and an environment of nursery school : From WinternInstitute 1998 and the practice records from the exhibition of ‘The Hundred Languages of Children’
Authors: 常田, 奈津子
Tokida, Natsuko
トキダ, ナツコ
日本女子体育大学(助教授)
Keywords: children's education
environment
documentary
Issue Date: Mar-2002
Abstract: This report is on Reggio Emilia's preschool educational philosophy and nursery environment. “The Hundred Languages of Children” is a large and compelling exhibition where children's works are on display in an original way, and the process of education is shown as a documentary. Through this exhibition, people in Europe and North America began to direct their attention to the educational philosophy in about 1980, and then it became an international attention; now the educational practice is done in many countries as “Reggo Emilia Approach”. Reggio Emilia's environment is changing one; comfortable and flexible, and it Invents new ways of understanding and supporting children's learning, teachers' development, and the parents' participation. In Reggio Emilia City, there are two types of public nursery facilities; infant-toddler centers for 0-2 years old, and preschoolf or 3-5 years old. Now there are 13 infant-toddler center and 19 preschools. Then, we explain the environment and practice done in “Solo” Infant-toddoler Center, “Martiri Villa Sesso” Child Center, and “Balducci” Preschool visited in January in 1998.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/518
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