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Loris Malaguzzi . Our task, regarding creativity, is to help children climb their own mountains, as high as possible. No one can do more. - Loris Malaguzzi. Malaguzzi’s Biography . Timeline– Photo 1900’s He was born on February 23, 1920 Correggio, Italy

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loris malaguzzi

Loris Malaguzzi

Our task, regarding creativity, is to help children climb their own mountains, as high as possible. No one can do more.

- Loris Malaguzzi

malaguzzi s biography
Malaguzzi’s Biography
  • Timeline– Photo 1900’s
  • He was born on February 23, 1920 Correggio, Italy
  • Loris’s father wanted him to become a teacher – finished in 1939
  • During the World War II was teacher
  • Married NildeBonaccini- had one son
  • Died in 1994
influences
Influences
  • John Dewey
  • Jean Piaget
  • Lev Vygotsky
  • Put some of the ideas together to make his own
background on school
Background on school
  • A rumor about a town in the region Reggio Romana.
  • Rode his bike to the town
  • 1st school was paid for by a German tank, nine horses, and two military trucks
reggio emilia
Reggio Emilia
  • This approach is all around the world
  • For children under the age of 6 years old
  • “Children are powerful people, full of the desire and ability to grow up and construct their own knowledge”
  • Students chose what they want to learn and how they are going to approach it
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Reggio Emilia
  • Children learn most through interaction with other children, parents, and teachers in a good environment
  • Classroom is active and has a lot of things to do hand on activities
  • Space that everyone shares so they interact with one another
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Reggio Emilia
  • Projects are chosen by the children
  • The Teacher’s Role is to learn with the students
  • Families, Students, Teachers, and School work together to improve the students knowledge
contributions
Contributions
  • His time
  • Improved the lives of children
  • Helped create another approach on how to teach young children
impressions
Impressions
  • He received awards

- Lego prize, 1992

- Kohl Foundation, 1993

  • “ A simple, liberating thought came to out aid, namely that things about children and for children are only learned from children. We knew how this was true and, at the same time, not true. But we needed that assertion and guiding principle; it gave us strength and turned out to be an essential part of our collective wisdom”
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Impressions
  • “Do nothing without joy”
  • Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKKfEZpGnq0 120- 233
references
References
  • "History NAREA." North American Reggio Emilia Alliance. Web. 22 Jan 2012. .
  • Loh, Andrew. "Reggio Emilia Approach." n. page. Print. .
  • Obituary:LorisMalaguzzi ." Independent. n. page. Print. .
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKKfEZpGnq0 . 2011.
  • "Pioneers in Our Field: Malaguzzi- Founder of The Reggio Emilia Approach ." (2011): n. page. Print. .