THE REGGIO EMILIA METHOD, A MODERN APPROACH OF PRESCHOOL EDUCATION
AbstractThe concerns of pedagogues over the years focus on an effective training of children to face social life, to cope properly with the challenges of the world they will live in and carry out their activity, staring with the preschool period, then school age etc. Several researchers have dedicated their lives to discover the most effective and proper methods of education and training. One of these researchers was Reggio Emilia and in this article we will highlight the strong points of this method in order to educate properly children of young age.Â
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