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Re-imagining Childhood Project

In 2017, the Re-Imagining Childhood Conference was hosted in Adelaide and featured a number of presentations from individual and services who participated in The South Australian Collaborative Childhood Project (TSACCP).  The project was a state-wide network that has been developed by the South Australian Government to respond to the recommendations provided by former Adelaide Thinker in Residence, Professor Carla Rinaldi through her report, Re-imagining Childhood: the inspiration of Reggio Emilia education principles in South Australia.

There are five Keynote presentations from noted experts Professors Lester Irabrinna Rigney, Martin Westwell, Gunilla Dahlberg, Susanna Mantovani and Peter Moss.

Eight concurrent sessions were also recorded, presented by educators who have embraced the Reggio Emilia concepts and show their experiences with these ideologies.

Each presentation is available for purchase for $25 from the ECA shop.

 

Keynote Address – Professor Martin Westwell – People who are “like-me” and people who are not.
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Australian children are developing into adolescents and young adults who cannot see their own competence. Their self-efficacy and willingness to...
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Keynote Address – Learning to Live Together in Culturally Diverse Societies of the Pacific: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy
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This keynote address, Professor Rigney discusses the importance of heritage of Aboriginal people, and that the teaching of this heritage...
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Keynote Address – Documentation as a transformative tool for change and for the becoming of democracy
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Professor Dahlberg will problemetize current dominant discourses and “truths” by exploring and experimenting with paradigms and theories, concepts and practices...
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Keynote Address – Constructing a community of passion and pleasure
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This presentation from the Reimaging Childhood in Adelaide, Professor Mantovani shares her thoughts, reflections and provocations about the values and...
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Stories
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In this keynote address, Professor Peter Moss talks about the books he has written and been associated with on the...
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Concurrent session: Alberton Primary School – The Story of the Nest; a place of research
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In a world where data collection, academics, standardization and homogenization are prevalent, Alberton Primary School – The Nest demonstrates pedagogy...
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Concurrent session – Halifax Street Children’s Centre and Preschool – Are You Being Served? Democracy in the hands of babies and toddlers.
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This is a story of transformation set within a background of everydayness. From the very first days that children and...
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Concurrent session: Pennington Children’s Centre- Creating a context for listening
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Pennington Children’s Centre explores the pedagogy of listening as an ongoing process of exchange and dialogue between adults, children and...
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