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Susan Wright (Innovation2Learn)
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So exciting to see our learning invitations living in classrooms around the globe! We are grateful for the support from so many educators and families!
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Celebrating the many languages of children through our creative learning invitations. So grateful to have sold out of so many of our offerings. Visit us on Etsy today! New creative learning materials coming soon.
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A thoughtful blog post written by Michelle van Heugten ~ worth reading!! #languagesoflearning
The Beauty of a Rose
"Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it." Confucius As we document children within our Kindergarten program I am always amazed at the depth of their ability to see the beauty around them. Their wonder and awe at the world which invites them to enga...
The Beauty of a Rose
The Beauty of a Rose
inquiryspacesandwonderingplaces.blogspot.com
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Just published our latest Languages of Learning Monograph!

~ Invitations & Provocations: Responsive Pedagogy in the Early Years ~

Please post your reflections using the NEWEST hashtag in education ~ #languagesoflearning

http://bit.ly/2xS8i3D



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So excited to share my latest blog post with you!
http://bit.ly/2wVQMta

Please take a moment to share this link, make a comment, and yes, please visit my blog post!

Happy reading!

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The Language of Food: Connecting Food to Our Image of the Child ~ via Innovation2Learn ~ check out my latest blog post ~ a culinary exploration in creativity, relationships, learning, and research

http://bit.ly/2ftoZu7

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Thinking deeply about responsive pedagogy, collaborative research, and the learning that takes place between and among children & educators.

Pedagogista, Moira Nicolosi, and Teacher/Consultant, Giovanna Cagliari, write an article entitled, "Beyond the Linearity in Teaching: Learning as Research". They challenge us to consider "the idea of research as a spiral of learning & knowledge that returns with new questions & new elements--learning that is never finished."

Through dialogue with my professional learning network of educators, we have pondered the ways in which we can support a rich learning environment. How can we create a physical and cognitive space that embraces the depth of reflection about documentation that takes pedagogy into a place of research & cyclical learning? We wonder how the journey shared among children & educators will unfold. We consider ways to support the construction of learning that has contextual meaning and supports social conditions necessary to engage in research and reflection that enhances deep thinking that goes "Beyond the Linearity in Teaching".

How is it that you create a learning space & context that provokes children to " . . . return to their own thoughts, and re-elaborate their own theories in a more and more complex way?"

Share your reflections, thoughts & wonderings #languagesoflearning

This article is published in The Quarterly Periodical of the North American Reggio Emilia Alliance June2017 ~ NAREA 's Innovations in Early Education: The International Reggio Emilia Exchange.
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Reggio Emilia Perspectives on Literacy ~ Thought-provoking & inspiring research-based thinking for early years learning environments

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Thank you, susanstacey.ca, for sharing this post about play from a biological and evolutional perspective.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bg-GEzM7iTk
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A Celebration of Sticks (Rocks and Pinecones)
http://naturalstart.org/feature-stories/celebration-sticks-and-rocks-and-pinecones

Thanks to @wonderstaples and +MichelleVanHeugten for sharing this with me!
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Considering they ways in which reflection empowers learning. In what ways do you learn from your experience through the reflective process? Are we empowering our students to deepen their learning experiences through a collaborative reflective process? As educators, with other educators and along with our students, are we co-creating learning environments that thrive on reflective conversation?
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