Part 1 Starting points: no way - the hundred is there, Loris Malagazzi; introduction - background and starting points, Carolyn Edwards et al; what can we learn from Reggio Emilia? Lilian Katz. Part 2 Reggio Emilia's educators describe their program - interviews with Lella Gandini: history, ideas and basic philosophy, Loris Malaguzzi; the community-teacher partnership in the government of the schools, Sergio Spaggiari; projected curriculum constructed through documentation, Carlina Rinaldi; the role of the pedagogista, Trizianz Filippini; the role of the atelierista, Vea Vecchi; the voice of parents; photo essay; the intelligence of a puddle. Part 3 From theory to practice: educational and sharing spaces, Lella Gandini; partner, nurture and guide - the role of the teacher, Carolyn Edwards; children with special rights in the schools and infant-toddler centres of Reggio Emilia, Cathleen Smith.
CAROLYN EDWARDS is Professor of Psychology and Family and Consumer Sciences at the University of Nebraska./eLELLA GANDINI is United States Liaison for the Reggio Emilia Program in the United States and Adjunct Professor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst./eGEORGE FORMAN is Professor of Education at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst./e
"Advanced Reflections contributes valuable new perspectives to our ongoing dialogue about the Reggio Emilia experience." - Early Childhood Research Quarterly