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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.

 

Concurrent session: St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School Milicent – Contextualising the Reggio Emilia Principles
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St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School has engaged with and been inspired by the principles of the Reggio Emilia educational project...
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Concurrent session: St Joseph’s Memorial School Norwood. Weaving the Tapestry – the process of aligning the values and practice
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The research at St Joseph’s Memorial School Norwood revealed elements of the integral relationship between creating spaces for learning and...
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Concurrent session: St Peter’s College Early Learning Centre – Bricks, walls and castles: learners collaborating to build an educating community
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Inspired by the Reggio Emilia educational project and in particular, the principles of research and documentation, together with Guy Claxton’s...
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Concurrent session: St Peter’s Girls – Planning for the possible: Underground perspectives
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St Peter’s Girls School ELC presents their process of evolution through the practice of Teacher as Researcher as the driving...
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Concurrent session: South Australian Museum – An accessible museum – a collaborative approach
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Throughout 2016, the South Australian Museum and the South Australian School for Vision Impaired collaborated on ‘The Bat Project’; an...
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Keynote Address – Ethics and Politics in Early Childhood Education revisited
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Twelve years ago, Professor Moss wrote a book with Gunilla Dahlberg, Ethics and Politics in Early Childhood Education; and argued that ethics and politics should be the starting point for early childhood education. In this presentation, Professor Moss returns to this theme, believing it to be more important than ever, given the troubled times in which we live and the dominant discourse in today’s early childhood education.