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Selected Resources about The Reggio Approach

Books

-Boyd Cadwell, L., (1997) Bringing Reggio Emilia Home, New York, NY, Teachers College Press.

-Edwards, C.P., Gandini, L. "& Forman, G.E. (Eds.), (1993) The Hundred Languages of Children: The Reggio Emilia Approach to Early Childhood Education: Greenwich, CT, Ablex. (Available from Alex Publishing Company, P.O. Box 5297 Greenwich, CT 06831,
tel. 203 661 0792)

-Edwards, C. P., Gandini, L. &Forman, G. E. (Eds), (1998) The Hundred Languages of Children: The Reggio Emilia Approach-Advanced Reflections (Second Edition): Greenwich, CT, Ablex. (Available from Ablex Publishing Company, P.O. Box 5297, Greenwich CT 06831, tel. 203 661 7602, Fax 203 661 0792)

-Hendricks, J., (Ed.), (1997) First Steps Toward Teaching the Reggio Way: Columbus, OH, Merrill/Prentice-Hall

-Katz, L.G., and Cesarone, B., (Ed); (1994) Reflection on the Reggio Emilia Approach: ERIC/EECE, University of Illinois, Urbana and Edizioni Junior, Bergamo, Itally. (Available from Reggio Children USA and ERIC/EECE)

-Lay-Dopyera, M., & Dopyera, J. (1989). The child-centered curriculum. In C. Seefeldt (Ed.), Continuing issues in early childhood educatioon (pp. 207-222). Columbus, OH: Merrill.

-Malaguzzi, Loris, (1995) Volpino, Last of the Chicken Thieves: Bergamo, Italy, Edizioni Junior. (A hard-cover children's story book. Distributed in the U.S. by Reggio Children USA)

-City of Reggio Emilia, (91987) The Hundred Llanguages of Chilren: Narrative of the Possible, Catalog of the Exhibit: Text in Italian and English, photographs from the exhibit. (Distributed in the U.S. by Reggio Children USA)

-City of Reggio Emilia, (1996) The Hundren Llanguages of Children: Narrative of the Possible, II Catalog of the new Exhibit: Text in Italian and in English, photographs from the two editions of the exhibit. (Distributed in the U.S. by Reggio Children USA)

-Reggio Children S.r.l. (1995) Tenderness: The Story of Laura and Danile, Englishy-Italian Bilingual Collection: The Unheard Voice of Children n.1; Regiio Emilia, Italy. (Distributed in the U.S. by Reggio Children USA)

-Reggio Children S.r.l. (1995) The Fountains: from a Project for the Construction of an Amusement Plark for Birds, English-Itaian Bilingual Collection: The Unheard Voice of Children n.2; Reggio Emilia, Italy. (Distributed in the U.S. by Reggio Children USA)
Reggio Children S.r.l. (1995) A Journey into the Rgihts of Childrren: as Seen by the Children Themselves, English-Italian Bilingual Collection: The Unheard Voice of Children n.3; Reggio Emilia, Itally. (Distributed in the U.S. by Reggio Children USA)

-Reggio Children S.r.l. (1996) The Little Ones of Silent Movies: Make-Beliieve with Children and Fish at the Infant Toddler Center, English-Italian Bilingual Collection: The Unheard Voice of Children n.4; Reggio Emilia, Italy. (Distributed in the U.S. by Reggio Children USA)

-Reggio Children S.r.l (1997) Shoe and Meter, English-Italian Bilingual Collection: The Unheard Voice of Children n.5; Reggio Emilia, Italy. (Distributed in the U.S. by Reggio Children USA

Reggio Children S.r.l. & Domus Academy REsearch Center (1998) Children, Spaces, Relations: Metaproject for an Envioronment for Young Children, Giulio Ceppi and Michele Zini (Eds), Reggio Emilia, Itally. (Distributed in the U.S. by Reggio Children USA)


ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS:

-Abramson, S., Ankerman, K., and Robinson, R., (1995). Project work with diverse students: Adapting curriculum based on the Reggio Emilia approach. Childhood Education, 71(4), 197-202.

-Bartlett S., (1993) Amiable space in the schools of Reggio Emilia: an interview with Lella Gandini. Children's Environments, 10(2), 113-125.

-Benham, H., (1992) Reggio Emilia: The power and value of the child. Scholastic, Pre-K Today, 7(2) p.5.

-Bredekamp, S., (1993) Reflections on Reggio Emiliia. Young Children, 49 (1), 13-17.

-Breig-Allen C., Hill J., Geismar-Ryan L., Boyd Cadwell l., (!998) The Language of LInes, Young Children, v.53, 4, pp.64-66.

-Children (The) of Reggio Emilia, (193) Children in Reggio Emilia look at their school, (Partial translation of "Consiglieria," Diana School, Reggio Emilia) Children's Environments, 10 (2), 126-129.

-Dolci, M., (1994) When the wolf both is and is not a wolf. The lnaguage of puppppets. Childcare Information Exchange, 7/94, 43-46.

-Edwards, C.P., & Gandini, L. (Eds.). (in preparation). Education for all the children: The multi-symbolic approach to early education in Reggio Emilia, Italy.

-Edwards, C. P., Shallcross, D. & Maloney, J., (1996). Adults and children with hundreds of languages: Using insights from Reggio Emilia in a course on creativity. in W.F. Garrett-Petts (Ed.). Integrating visual and verbal literacies. Manitoba, Canada: Inkshed Publications, University of Manitoba, pp. 19-34.

-Edwards C. P. & Springate, K., (1993) Inviting children into project work. Dimensions of Early Childhood, 22, 1.

-Edwards, C.P.. & Springate, K. (1995) Encouraging Creativity in Early Childhood Classroms, ERIC Digest, EDO-PS-95-14. University of Illinois, Urbana.

-Forman, G.E., (1989) Helping children ask good questions. In B. Neugebauer (Ed.) The wonder of exploring how the world works. Redmond, WA: Exchange Press.

-Forman, G.E., (1996) A child constructs an understanding of a water wheel in five media. Childhood Education, v.72, 5, pp.269-273.

-Fyfe B., (1998) Questions of Collaboration: Lessons from Reggio Emilia. Canadian Children, v.23, 1, pp.20-22.

-Gandini, L., (1984, 1991, 1994) Not just anywhere: Making child care centers into "particular" places. Child Care Information Exchange, 78, 5-9; 96, 48-51.

-Gandini, L., (1992) Creativity comes dressed in everyday clothes. Child Care Information Exchange, 85, 26-29.

-Gandini, L., (1993) Fundamentals of the Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood education, Young Children, 49 (1), 4-8

-Gandini, L., (1994) What can we learn from Reggio Emilia: An Iitalian-American Collaboration: an interview with Amelia Gambetti and mary Beth Radke. Child Care Information Exchange, 96, 62-66.

-Gandini, L., (1994) Celebration Children Day by Day: A conversation with Amelia Gambetti, Child Care Information Exchange, 100, 52-55.

-Gandini, L. (1996) Teachers and children together: Constructiong new learning. Child Care Informatioon Exchange, 3/96, 43-46.

-Gandini, L. & Gambetti, A. (1997) An Inclusive System Based on Cooperation: The Schools for Young Children in Reggio Emilia, School Leadership Jossey-Bass.

-Gandini, L., & Edwards, C.P., (1988) Early childhood integration of the visual arts. Gifted International, 5(2).

-Katz, L.G., (1990) Impressioins of Reggio Emilia preschools. Young Children. 45 (6), 10-11.

-Katz, L.G., (1996) The contribution of documentation to the quality of early childhood education, ERIC Digest, EDO-PS-96-2. University of Illinois, Urbana.

-Kennedy, D.K., (1996) After Reggio Emilia: May the conversation begin. Young Children, 51 (5). pp.24-27.

-Lane, M.S., (1993) Loris Malaguzzi's one hundred languages, Scholastic Early Childhood Today, October.

-LeeKeenan, D., & Edwards, C.P., (1992) Using the project approach with toddlers. Young Children. 47 (4), 31-36.

-Lewin, A. W., (1992), The view from Reggio. Hand in Hand: Youth Museum Newsletter, 6(1), 4-6.

-Lewin, A. W., (1994) (Ed.), MELC History and Practices. The National Llearning Center. 800 Third Street, N.E., Washington D.C. 20002.

-Malaguzzi, L., (1993) For an education based on relationship, Young Children, 49 (!), 9-12.

-Malaguzzi, L., (1994) Your image of the child: where teaching begins. Child Care Information Exchange, 96, 52-61.

-Malaguzzi, L., (1994) Listening to Children. A tribute to Loris Malaguzzi. Young Children, July 1994.

-McLaughlin, M., (1995) Will Reggio Emilia change your child's pre-school? Working Mother, May, 62-68.

-Neugebauer, B., (1994) Unpackign my questionsand images: personal reflections on Reggio Emilia. child Care Information Exchange, 96, 67-70.

-New, R., (1990) Excellent early education: a city in Iitlay has it! Young Children, 45 (6).

-New, R., (1991) Projects and provocations: preschool curriculum ideas from Reggio Emilia. Montessori Life, 3(1).

-New, R., (1993) Early childhood teacher education in Italy: Reggio Emilia's master plan for "master" teachers. The Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 12 (37), 3.

-New, R., (1993) Reggio Emilia: Some Lessons for U.S. Educators, ERIC Digest, EDO-PS-93-3, University of Illinois, Urbana.

-New, R., (1997) Reggio Emilia's Commitment to Children and Community: A -Reconceptualizxation of Qualitly and Developmentally Appropriate Practices. Canadian Children, v.22, 1,pp.7-12.

-Phillips, C.B., (1993) The Hundred Languages of Children Book Review, Young Children, vol 49,, #1, November.

-Rankin, B., (1992) Inviting Children's creativity: a story of Reggio Emilia, Italy. Child Care Information Exchange, Redmond, WA: Exchange Press.

-Rosen, I., (1992) Reggio Emilia: A Model in Creativity Scholastic Pre-K Today: vol 7 #2

-U.S. GAO; (1995 February) Programs in Reggio Emilia Considered among Best in Early Childhood Programs: Promoting Development of Young Children in Denmark, France and Italy; United States General Accounting Office. (Can be ordered from U.S. GAO, PO Box 6015,Gaithersburg, MD 20877, order # GAO-HEHS-(95-45BR, first copy is free).


PUBLICATIONS OF RELATED INTEREST

-Forman, G.E., "(1992) The constructivist perspective. In J.L. Roopnarine and J.E. Johnson (Eds), Approaches to early childhood education. Columbus, Ohio: Merrill.

-Goldhaber, J., (1998) Oh, Miss Jones! Where Did You Get that Beautiful Butterfly? Young Children, 53, 4, pp.60-63.

New, R., (1993). Italy. in M. Cochran (Ed.), International Handbook of Child Care Policies and Programs, Wesport, CT: Greenwood Press, pp. 291-311.

Pistillo, F., (1989) Preprimary Education and Care in Italy, in How Nations Serve Young Children: Profiles of Child Care Educations in 14 Countries; P.Olmstead and D.
Weikart (Eds); Ypsilanti, MI; High Scope; pp. 151-202.
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