Wonders of Learning in NYC

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Hi!
I’ll be leading a panel of teachers and administrators at the November 14th “Dialogue of Two Cities: NYC and Reggio Emilia” and I’ll also be doing a workshop presentation with two early childhood public school teachers who have made major, exciting changes in their classrooms at the     WonderPlay Conference on November 15th..

I hope you can come and also that you share this notice with friends and colleagues.

Wonder of Learning New York City 2015 updates!

Visit our expanded website www.newyorkcitywol.org for lots of information about the exhibit!

Come to our first professional initiative in November:
DIALOGUE OF TWO CITIES: NYC AND REGGIO EMILIA
LELLA GANDINI, SOPHIA PAPPAS, JAMES HECKMAN AND JEROME BRUNER SPEAK ABOUT NYC, REGGIO EMILIA AND THE NEED FOR QUALITY EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION FOR ALL.

NOTE: THIS IS PART OF A 2-DAY CONFERENCE CALLED “WONDERPLAY CONFERENCE.

ALL ATTENDEES MUST REGISTER FOR THE “WONDERPLAY CONFERENCE” TO ATTEND “DIALOGUE OF TWO CITIES”

Go to our website www.newyorkcitywol.org for more details and to register!
Schedule a private visit of the exhibit for your staff and/or parents! Go to our website www.newyorkcitywol.org to place a date request!
Got time on your hands between January and May 2015? Volunteer! Go to www.shiftboard.com/nycreggiovolunteers/register.html

And most of all spread the word: The Wonder of Learning Exhibit is coming to NYC January 15, 2015 – May 15, 2015, and it will be held at Williamsburg Northside School 299 North 7th Street Brooklyn, NY.
Email us with any questions at [email protected]
Thank you,
Jane Racoosin and New York City Encounters with Reggio Emilia

5 thoughts on “Wonders of Learning in NYC

  1. Lisa Burman

    It’s so exciting, Renee! I was fortunate to go to 3 Wonderplay conferences when I lived in NY and each one was great. Good luck with your sessions. I’m also very excited about the Wonder of Learning exhibition being in Brooklyn for such a good period of time. Here in Adelaide, we have hosted the Hundred Languages of Learning exhibition twice in the past year, complimenting and extending with our work with Thinker in Residence Carla Rinaldi. I was part of the coordinating and organisation of the first exhibition and it was such a rewarding experience. I highly recommend everyone to volunteer some time at the exhibition! You’ll meet interesting people and also get the opportunity to linger with the exhibition itself…visiting and revisiting over time. AND…I’m hoping to get there next April myself! I’m leading a Study Tour of Australian educators who will visit Boulder Journey School and then onto NYC for the exhibition. If you have recommendations of schools to visit (particularly elementary) then I’d love to chat over email…

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    1. Renee Post author

      Lisa, it sounds like you’re doing wonderful work! When you come to New York, please do get in touch with me so that we can share ideas and catch up!
      Renee

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