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Movement Languages in Early Childhood Education

A collection of articles exploring movement and dance in early years education:

  • A Dancing Journey - Rachel Kurts, BareToed Dance Co.
  • Talking in Children's First Language -  Jasmine Pasch
  • A Tool to Liberate - Angela Kennedy
  • Expertise? Guy Dartnell, Oogly boogly
  • Footsteps to Exuberance - Maria Mernin
  • Making Moves - Ruth Nichols
  • Don't Move Just Sit - Ruth Spencer
  • Moving in Time; The Many Messages of a Body Dancing - Prof. Colwyn Trevarthen

£6.00

Reflections

A collection of papers from North American authors and educators representing a variety of perspectives on the implications of the Reggio Approach on early childhood education.

Edited by Lilian G.Katz  and Bernard Cesarone

Published by ERIC/Junior (1994)

£13.00

Reflections ... on Visits to Reggio Emilia

Reflections on Early Childhood Education & Care is a collection of papers published by the British Association for Early Childhood Education to mark the first showings of the Exhibition ‘The Hundred Languages of Children’ in Newcastle Upon Tyne and London in 1997. 

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£5.00

ReFocus Journal Issue 02

ReFocus is the UK network of early childhood educators, artists and others influenced in their practice by the preschools of Reggio Emilia

Articles include:

  • 'Woodland Kids' by Linda Lines
  • 'Making Learning Intriguing' by Ed Harker
  • 'Bilston Nursery School' by Catherine Webb
  • 'Practically speaking - Clay reigns supreme' by Elaine Mason
  • 'Creature Worlds' by Chris Holmes and Elaine Mason
  • 'The Life of an Idea' by Robin Dickett and Elaine Mason
  • 'A knowledge building project about birds' by Ann Aberg
  • 'In the Best Interests of Children' by Jenny Brain

£3.00

ReFocus Journal Issue 03

ReFocus is the UK network of early childhood educators, artists and others influenced in their practice by the preschools of Reggio Emilia

Articles include:

  • 'At the beginning of the beginning' by Sally Jaeckle
  • 'Teachers as researchers' by Carlina Rinaldi
  • 'The role and responsibility of documentation' by Elaine Mason
  • 'A new literacy for children and educators' by Christine Merrick
  • 'Risk and Trust' by Allenscroft Children's Centre
  • 'Practically Speaking' by Debi Keyte-Hartland
  • 'Crostini, tagliatelle, attachers, fixers and Joiners' by Ian Lakin. Madeley Nursery School
  • 'Focus on Manchester'  by Kathy Coates Mohammed
  • 'Memory, and peace for the future' by June Holmes

 

£3.00

ReFocus Journal Issue 04

ReFocus is the UK network of early childhood educators, artists and others influenced in their practice by the preschools of Reggio Emilia

Articles Include:

  • Learning from Laos: Children and environments' by Architect John Waldron
  •  'ReMida Denmark: The function of materials in places of imagination' by  Karen Eskesen
  • 'Danish Preschools UK Study Week reviews' by Sarah McGahern, Sue Cleaver and Tricia Yates
  • 'Focus on Herefordshire' by Sue Peasgood
  • 'Elemental materials'  by Robin Duckett 
  • The Drama of Clay'  by artist Sally Brown
  • 'Open Space, Open Air, Open Minds' by (Kingswood Centre) by Rachel Wells
  • 'Sophie's Story' by Trish Prescott and Wendy Lowe

£3.00

ReFocus Journal Issue 05

ReFocus is the UK network of early childhood educators, artists and others influenced in their practice by the preschools of Reggio Emilia

 Articles include:

  • 'The House of Objects' by  Elaine Mason
  • The 'Inside-Out' Project: Can the physical environment be a 'teacher' in itself?' by Mary Featherstone
  • 'Focus on Buckinghamshire' by  Yvonne Davies
  • 'Learning Journeys: Green Croft Children's Centre'  by Catherine Davenport
  • 'Uncertainty and Knowing' by Annette Poulson and Cath Dennis
  • 'Placing and Arranging, No Glue' by Solveig Morris
  • 'The Role of the Educator is to Stir Things Up'  by Marika Gedin
  • 'Threads: The Real and Hidden World of Nature' by Linda Lines

£3.00

ReFocus Journal Issue 06

ReFocus is the UK network of early childhood educators, artists and others influenced in their practice by the preschools of Reggio Emilia

Articles include:

  • 'Professional Amnesia: A suitable case for treatment'  by  Mary Jane Drummond
  • 'Acting Up: Leadership and responsibility'  by Peter Dixon
  • 'Playing and Learning Outdoors'  by Jan White
  • 'Pedagogical Documentation' by Chris Holmes and Chris Merrick
  • 'Community of Enquiry: Do hedgehogs dream?' by Adam Turner
  • 'The Energy of Conviviality and Imagination: Exploring and developing ideas through dance and music' by Maria Mernin and Cath Reding
  • 'Acting up: Leadership and Responsibility' by Peter Dixon

£3.00

ReFocus Journal Issue 07

ReFocus is the UK network of early childhood educators, artists and others influenced in their practice by the preschools of Reggio Emilia

Articles Include:

  • 'When Pedagogy and Atelier Meet'  by Claudia Guidici 
  • 'From Display to Visable Thinking' by  Debi Keyte Hartland
  • 'Making Art: Beauty, Metaphor and Relationships'  by Jess Tomlinson
  • 'Rethinking Resources'  by  Emma Pace
  • 'Non-Verbal Storytelling' by Mike Akers and Sandra Barefoot
  • 'Everyday Creativity''  by  Melodie Glass and Eloise Robinson
  • 'With Inclusion and Creativity in Mind'  by Louise Jackson

£3.00

ReFocus Journal Issue 08

ReFocus is the UK network of early childhood educators, artists and others influenced in their practice by the preschools of Reggio Emilia

Articles Include:

  • The Fascinator Trap - Jane Bravery
  • Exploring in a Cambridge Forest - Ruth Sapsed and Filipa Pereira-Stubbs
  • What's the problem, guys? - Mariette Heaney
  • Exchange and dialogue with Sweden - Emma Pace
  • Ready-packaged or well-rooted? - Annica Wennstrom
  • The Wonder of Learning: The Cultural Challenge from Reggio - Speech by Harold Gothson
  • Interview with Jan Millikan - Lella Gandini, Elin Swedenmark and Judith Allen Kaminsky
  • Spirals - Kirsty Liljegren

£3.00

ReFocus Journal Issue 09

ReFocus is the UK network of early childhood educators, artists and others influenced in their practice by the preschools of Reggio Emilia

Articles Include:

  • Conversations with Loris Malaguzzi - Jorn Moestrup and Karin Eskesen 
  • A Generous Environment - Diane Rich, Mary Jane Drummond and Cathy Myer
  • On an education for being -Jacqui Cousins
  • A Place to Be - Review - Emma Pace
  • Reflecting on the Refelective Cycle - Deborah Aguirre Jones and Liz Elders
  • Careless talk costs lives - Robin Duckett
  • What's in a name ? - Mick Waters

£3.00

ReFocus Journal Issue 10

ReFocus is the UK network of early childhood educators, artists and others influenced in their practice by the preschools of Reggio Emilia

Articles include:

  • Ways into the Woods by Deb Wilenski
  • Inspiring Creativity by Johanna Scott
  • Reggio Children International Network by Debi Kyte Hartland/Emma Pace
  • Traces from Reggio by Margot Meuwig and Tienke Van Der Werf
  • Venturing out by Chris Holmes
  • Opening up to ideas by Tracey Hutchinson
  • Focus on North Yorkshire by Paula Willis
  • Artists' Interventions by Penny Hay
  • Materials and Imagination by Gail Alder
  • Watch the Ripples Spread by Andrea Gray
  • A Community of Learners by Nicki O'Brien and Vicki Whittaker
  • The Developing Brains and Minds of Young Children by Mary Fawcett

£3.00

Remida Day

A book that describes the first four years of the Remida Day initiative dedicated to recycling, based on the experience of the Remida Creative Recycling Center.

Edited by AGAC, Friends of Reggio Children Association, Municipal Infant-toddler Centers and Preschools of Reggio Emilia, REMIDA.


Sixteen events designed to support the culture of creative recycling and promote ethical behavior that opposes the 'throwaway' culture.

 

Published by Reggio Children

£20.00