Save the date! Reggio Children and the innovative approach to early childhood – and bilingual – education

Posted November 12th, 2012

Kindermusik International is pleased to announce two December workshops in Brescia and Reggio Emilia, Italy celebrating the child-centered, parent-inclusive approach to education known as the Reggio Children Approach.

These special workshops were made possible between a special liaison between Kindermusik International’s Angelica Manca and Reggio Children. The organization focuses on research, study, and development to bring high quality, affordable early childhood programs to families around the world.

The Little England Arts Academy is a bilingual arts academy.

Saturday December 1, 2012 in Brescia, Italy

Come visit Niki Scavolo’s gorgeous Bilingual school “Little England” located in the North of Italy (Brescia, Italy). Niki has been a Kindermusik educator since 2009, training more than 10 of her educators and has successfully used Kindermusik to increase student enrollments at her school, both as an afterschool program as well as part of her core curricula. Niki will be walking us through the pedagogy she follows, the alignment with other approaches, such as Reggio Children, and her beautiful facilities! Plus get some Kindermusik training on our new digital material!

Featured speaker Claudia Giudici is President of Preschools and Infant toddler centres of Reggio Emilia and Member Board of Directors Reggio Children.

Monday December 3, 2012 in Reggio Emilia

Become a part of the future by learning more and collaborating on one of the world’s most innovative approaches to Early Childhood Education with Reggio Children! We will be having a tailor-made professional development training day at the Loris Malaguzzi Reggio Children Center in Reggio Emilia (Italy), guided by the lead Reggio Children Pedagogist Claudia Giudici.

Together we will be exploring concepts of “Atelier,” “The Hundred Languages of Children,” and how to use music to foster learning.

To learn more about the Reggio Children Approach, please click here for more information.

Want to know more? Email Angelica Manca at

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