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We uphold a dynamic and child-centric approach to learning. Our educators are keenly attuned to the individual interests of each child under our care. Through careful observation and thoughtful engagement, we identify the unique passions and curiosities that drive each child’s enthusiasm for learning.

Once these interests are identified, our educators take a proactive role in developing projects that align with and expand upon these budding interests. These projects are designed to be engaging, educational, and, most importantly, tailored to the specific needs and inclinations of the children involved.

The essence of our approach lies in the exploration of these projects in meticulous detail. We believe in delving deep into the subjects that captivate our young learners, providing them with immersive and meaningful experiences. Whether it’s a project centered around science, arts, nature, or any other area of interest, our goal is to create a rich learning environment that sparks curiosity and fosters a love for discovery.

By tailoring our curriculum to the interests of the children, we not only make learning more enjoyable but also empower them to take an active role in shaping their educational journey. This personalized approach ensures that education becomes a vibrant, collaborative experience where children are not just passive recipients but active participants in their own learning process. In doing so, we cultivate a stimulating and nurturing environment that encourages the holistic development of each child.

Imagine a group of children consistently expressing fascination with insects during outdoor playtime. Observing this interest, our educators decide to initiate a project centered around exploring the world of insects.

Interest Identification: Educators notice that children are frequently drawn to insects in the outdoor play area. They observe children observing bugs, asking questions, and expressing excitement about their discoveries.

Project Development: With this interest in mind, educators collaboratively design a project titled “Insect Adventures.” The project could include activities such as bug hunting, setting up a bug observation station, reading books about insects, and perhaps even creating an insect-themed art project.

Implementation: The “Insect Adventures” project is integrated into the curriculum. Children engage in hands-on activities like exploring the outdoor environment to find insects, learning about different species, observing insect behavior, and creating drawings or crafts inspired by their findings.

Detailed Exploration: Educators encourage in-depth exploration by incorporating related concepts across various learning areas. For instance, math skills may be integrated by counting the number of legs on different insects, language skills developed through insect-related storytelling, and scientific thinking fostered through observations and discussions.

Documentation: Throughout the project, educators document children’s experiences and expressions. This documentation might include photographs, children’s drawings, and recorded observations, creating a visible representation of the learning journey.

This example illustrates our commitment to identifying and leveraging children’s interests to create engaging, comprehensive projects. By immersing children in a topic they are passionate about, we not only tap into their natural curiosity but also provide a foundation for learning that is both enjoyable and meaningful.

Reggio Emilia Childcare Centres | Projects
Reggio Emilia Childcare Centres | Projects