What do the LPA and Reggio Emilia have in common? Through making links between impactful approaches like the Learning Power Approach, inquiry and Reggio Emilia, we are able to deepen our pedagogical understanding, empower ourselves as educators and make consciously competent choices in curating learning experiences for and with our students. In this rich blogpost, Tara Kher explores the links between the LPA and Reggio Emilia ...Keep reading -->
I was teaching a particularly challenging group of Year 6 students who I’d allowed to become my personal ‘rocks’. Not only were these children academically struggling, but at least half the class had some degree of learning or behavioural difficulty. Despite having a background in Special Needs education, I felt myself drowning - I was losing positivity and was struggling to figure out how to support my class without losing myself in the process.Keep reading -->
If someone asked me this question early on in my career, I would have probably laughed and thought, “that's all we need, like we don’t have enough to do!”Keep reading -->
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