Reggio Children | Loris Malaguzzi International Centre | Reggio Emilia Approach

Making learning visible

From the research carried out in Reggio Emilia with Howard Gardner and Harvard Project Zero along with the teachers and pedagogistas of Reggio Emilia’s municipal infant-toddler centres and preschools and with Reggio Children.
A rich weave in which the theory of the hundred languages and the theory of multiple intelligences accord on promoting and proposing a new school.


Texts by Howard Gardner, Paola Cagliari, Vea Vecchi, Steve Seidel et al. 

Edited by Claudia Giudici, Mara Krechevsky and Carla Rinaldi

Graphic design by Isabella Meninno

English translation by Jacqueline Costa, Gabriella Grasselli and Leslie Morrow


2001/2011 368 pages
ISBN 978-88-87960-67-9


Also available in Italian, Chinese, Swedish, Arabic, Korean, Spanish and Portuguese
Coming soon: Russian translation

Euro 33,00

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