Message from the President
The Ontario Reggio Association welcomes educators, parents, and all who are interested in participating in dialogue with the work of the Infant-Toddler Centres and Preprimary Schools of Reggio Emilia, Italy. In this way, we will deepen our understanding of what is possible when children are seen as creators of culture, as citizens in a democracy and protagonists in their own learning, in a context of co-inquiry with teachers, parents, and the community. Our respectful relationship with Reggio Children offers provocation to our understandings, and liberation from our certainties. We provide opportunities for communities of learners to participate in conferences and site visits across the province, as well as excursions to other places that are similarly involved in learning from the inspiration of the Reggio philosophy. Please check this website for notices of upcoming opportunities to think together about how we might elevate our communities’ views of children, teaching, and learning.
The Ontario Reggio Association is growing! To celebrate all of our new and returning members we are giving away numerous prizes! All you need to do is join or renew your membership.
The Reggio Emilia approach is based in the municipal system owned and operated by the city of Reggio Emilia in northern Italy since the 1960’s.What is the Reggio Emilia Philosophy? The Reggio Emilia approach grew from a grassroots movement by
Here you will find a selection of general resources, including a bibliography and online resources related to the Reggio Approach. Ontario Reggio Association Members have access to additional resources, including articles and an archive of journals published by ORA. Journals
We wish to invite you to join a wide-reaching organization in Ontario that brings together those interested in studying and working with the inspiration of the Reggio Emilia approach. The Ontario Reggio Association is growing! To celebrate all of our new and