Conference 2016 - Encountering Reggio Emilia: in dialogue around sustainability

Reggio Emilia Asia is delighted to announce its conference to be held 11 – 12 March 2016, in Singapore.

This conference seeks to enhance learning about early years education and create discussion around the theme of sustainability. Early years professionals, policy makers, parents, students and all who are passionate about supporting the learning and development of children are welcome.

The conference presents a unique opportunity for educators all over the world to engage directly with speakers from Reggio Children. In our past conference, participants were thoroughly inspired and gained deeper insights into early years education. We believe that all who share a strong commitment to ensuring that children receive a high quality early years experience will benefit greatly.

View full programme here.

Date: 11 – 12 March 2016

Venue: Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay
             177A River Valley Road Singapore 179031


Conference rate – SGD $720 per pax

REACH members rate – SGD $650 per pax  

Singapore companies are eligible for 60% cash payout under the Productivity and Innovation Credit (PIC) Scheme*. 

*Conditions apply, please visit the PIC website to find out more 

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BONILAURI SIMONA Simona Bonilauri, Pedagogista – Since 1979, Simona, psychologist, has worked at the Infant Toddler centres and preschools of Reggio Emilia. She has extensive experience in research and professional development projects in collaboration with Reggio Children.
STURLONI STEFANO Stefano Sturloni, Atelierista – Stefano has been an atelierista for 30 years in the preschools of Reggio Emilia. His multitude of experiences with children includes speleology, climbing, trekking, making aquariums, ponds, encountering animals and experimentation with lights, shadows, smells.
Jane McCall, Interpreter – Jane has collaborated with Reggio Children as an independent translator for both study schools and study groups. She has also done translation of written materials.

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