I. THE PLACE OF REGGIO EMILIA IN THE UNITED STATES.
1. An Invitation to Join a Growing Community for Learning and Change by Victoria R. Fu, Andrew J. Stremmel, and Lynn T. Hill.
2. The Story and Foundations of the Reggio Emilia Approach by Lella Gandini.
3. The Challenge to Reinvent the Reggio Emilia Approach: A Pedagogy of Hope and Possibilities by Victoria R. Fu.
4. The Cultural Construction of Childhood: United States and Reggio Perspectives by Andrew J. Stremmel.
5. The Reggio Emilia Approach and Accountability Assessment in the United States by Diane Horm-Wingerd.
II. AMIABLE COMMUNITIES FOR LEARNING.
6. Developing a Sense of “We” in Parent/Teacher Relationships by Carol Bersani and Debra Jarjoura.
7. A Journey to Recast the Reggio Emilia Approach for a Middle School: A Pedagogy of Relationships and Hope by Lynn T. Hill.
8. An Outstanding Education for ALL Children: Learning from Reggio Emilia's Approach to Inclusion by Sharon Palsha.
III. TEACHER EDUCATION: INQUIRY TEACHING AND THE POSSIBILITIES FOR CHANGE.
9. The Transformation of Self in Early Childhood Education: Connections to the Reggio Emilia Approach by Andrew J. Stremmel, Victoria R. Fu, and Lynn T. Hill.
10. The Development of Documentation Strategies to Support Teacher Reflection, Inquiry, and Collaboration by Jeanne Goldhaber and Dee Smith.
11. Passion and the Art of Teaching by Deborah W. Tegano.
IV. PROGETTAZIONE AND DOCUMENTATION: LEARNING MOMENTS AMONG PROTAGONISTS.
12. Ordinary Moments, Extraordinary Possibilities by Alise Shafer.
13. Big Ideas and the Essence of Intent by Pam Oken-Wright and Marty Gravett.
Reflections: Lessons Learned and Possibilities for the Next Steps by the authors.