Children as active co-constructors of knowledge

 

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Children as active co-constructors of knowledge
Professor Carla Rinaldi

Children as active co-constructors of knowledge.
Why is this important?  What meaning does this have in the educational approach of Reggio Emilia? What strategies enable and enhance children to be active co-constructors of knowledge?

 

Event Information:

For UniSA Catholic Studies undergraduate students

DATE:     Wednesday 22 July 2015
TIME:      10:00am to 12:00pm
VENUE:   Catholic Education Office
Conference Centre
116 George Street Thebarton

Registration information:

Register by Friday 19 June 2015
Register at CESA Registration Centre: http://registrationcentre.cesa.catholic.edu.au/event-1954312
no cost \\ morning tea provided

All Registration enquiries to:

Giannina Taeger 8301 6641
Giannina.Taeger@cesa.catholic.edu.au

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