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Singapore 2010

Singapore 2010

The Reggio Emilia Approach to Education: Experiences in Dialogue
REACH - Singapore 2010


The Reggio Emilia Approach to Education: Experiences in Dialogue

History was made in Singapore from 4 – 6 March 2010, as the first-ever Reggio Emilia conference in Asia unfolded at Novotel Clarke Quay. This landmark event dew a passionate crowd of 470 delegates from a remarkable 11 Asia Pacific countries, all eager to delve into the transformative power of the Reggio Emilia Approach.

Spearheaded by visionary educators like Amelia Gambetti, Emanuela Vercalli, and a stellar cast of international network representatives, the conference wasn’t just informative, it was electrifying. From Jan Millikan and Helene Oberman of REAIE to Margie Cooper, Beth Macdonald of NAREA, Harold Gothson of Reggio Emilia Institutet, and Moonja Oh of KAREA, the stage was abuzz with expertise. Over three days, delegates embarked on a journey of deep reflection, exchanging ideas and igniting a spark that would undoubtedly reshape childhood education across Asia.

This wasn’t just a conference; it was a turning point. The energy, the knowledge exchange, and the sheer passion for fostering extraordinary learning environments in children laid the foundation for a future brimming with possibilities.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Reggio Children, EtonHouse International Education Group and all delegates for making the 2010 REACH conference in Singapore a resounding success.

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4 - 6 March 2010


Novotel Clarke Quay,


Other Upcoming Events

For the first time ever, the Reggio Emilia Mosaic of Marks Exhibition will be coming to Singapore in November 2024. Explore the captivating research on children’s mark-making and drawing woven with narrative from Reggio Emilia’s infant-toddler centres and preschools, presented in English and Mandarin. Alongside the exhibition, REACH will also offer a conference on the 22nd and 23rd of November.
The Mosaic of Marks exhibition atelier has travelled worldwide and is debuting in Singapore in November 2024! The uniqueness of this exhibition stems from the fact that it offers educators a rare glimpse into the work done in the pre-schools and infant toddlers centres of Reggio Emilia. It is an opportunity to connect theory and practice and bring these inspirations to your context.
Join the REACH study programmes in Singapore where you will learn from experienced educators in a learning environment inspired by the Reggio Emilia Approach.