AISWA Reggio Network Meeting

Rebecca Duncan, the Early Childhood Consultant from AISWA, regularly brings together educators from around Perth to support each other in pursuing their inspirations gained from their study tours to Reggio Emilia.

We were delighted to accept Rebecca’s request to host their meeting on ‘documentation’ here at Bold Park.  It was wonderful to have so many of our own staff in attendance and for them to have the opportunity to discuss their current projects and approaches to documentation with the visiting educators as we walked around our classrooms.  Documentation is a critical aspect of the Reggio approach and is a very important part of our in-house professional learning.  It is very valuable for educators to have the opportunity to consider together the purpose, challenge and benefits of this professional process across multiple contexts.

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