Loris Malaguzzi and the Reggio Emilia Experience

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Loris Malaguzzi is indisputably a major thinker in education. Kathy Hall's volume offers the most coherent account of Malaguzzi's educational thought. This work is divided into:

1. Intellectual biography
2. Critical exposition of Malaguzzi's work
3. The reception and influence of Malaguzzi's work
4. The relevance of the work today

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Overview

Loris Malaguzzi is indisputably a major thinker in education. Kathy Hall's volume offers the most coherent account of Malaguzzi's educational thought. This work is divided into:

1. Intellectual biography
2. Critical exposition of Malaguzzi's work
3. The reception and influence of Malaguzzi's work
4. The relevance of the work today

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Kathy Hall is Professor of Education and Head of the School of Education at University College Cork, Ireland.

Mary Horgan is Senior Lecturer in the School of Education at University College Cork, Ireland.

Anna Ridgway is Placement Manager and lectures on Montessori Education at University College Cork, Ireland.

Rosaleen Murphy is Research Fellow in the School of Education at University College Cork, Ireland.

Maura Cunneen is Lecturer in Early Childhood Studies at University College Cork, Ireland.

Denice Cunningham is Placement Supervisor and lectures on Montessori Education at University College Cork, Ireland.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements Series Editor’s Preface Foreword

Introduction

Part One: Reggio Emilia and Loris Malaguzzi: Sociohistorical context and Intellectual Biography

Chapter 1: The history and context of the development of the Reggio Emilia Experience

Part Two: Critical Exposition of the Reggio Emilia Experience

Chapter 2: Principles into Practice

Chapter 3: Partnership with parents and families

Chapter 4: Curriculum: Ideology and Pedagogy in Reggio Emilia

Chapter 5: A Discursive Analysis of Reggio Representations

Part Three: The Relevance of Reggio Emilia

Chapter 6: Reggio Emilia: A Question of Quality

Conclusion

Appendix One : No Way – The Hundred is There

References

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