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A detailed review of this two year work will be published in Nursery World next Monday online.
The article will then appear in the next printed edition. We've had a lovely time discussing it with Annette Rastrone, the writer.
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Here is an extract from a reflection by our colleague Professor Colwyn Trevarthen:
On the 14th May, as part of our conference on the work and influence of Loris Malaguzzi, our friend and colleague Professor Gunilla Dahlberg will be discussing the transforming of awareness and practice amongst Swedish educators and preschools in the Swedish Reggio Emilia Network. The intriguing title comes from child's question in one of their schools, which helped the educators develop.
It is a journey of 'learning to listen' – going beyond 'doing': "When we began we loved the idea of project work – but we didn't actually listen to the children!"