Resources

The following resources include a selection of articles, books and other publications related to the Reggio Emilia Approach®.

Many of these resources are available to purchase or order from:

Different Drummer Books:  
513 Locust St, Burlington, ON L7S 1V3
www.differentdrummerbooks.ca

Reggio Children offers digital resources to support ongoing research: www.reggiochildren.it

Articles

“The Relationship between Documentation and Design of the Environment in a Reggio-inspired School: Two Sides of a Coin” 
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Rinaldi, C (2003)The Teacher as a Researcher – Carlina Rinaldi
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Rinaldi, C. (2001) The Pedagogy of Listening: The Listening Perspective from Reggio Emilia
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Malaguzzi, L. (1994)
Your Image of the Child: Where Teaching Begins
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Gandini, L. (1990)
The Role of the Atelierista: An Interview with Vea Vecchi
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Sorzio, P. & Campbell-Barr, V. (2019). The Reggio Approach in Motion: Documenting Experiences, Reflecting on Practice, and Disseminating the Ideas
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Edwards, C., & Gandini, L. (2015) Teacher research in Reggio Emilia, Italy: Essence of a dynamic, evolving role.

 

Electronic Resources

Malaguzzi, Loris (2020) The Fragments E-Book Series. Reggio Children.
Reggio Children’s Digital Education Toolbox (2020)

 

Books 

Avery, J., Callaghan, K., & Wien, C. A. (2016). Documenting children’s meaning: Engaging in design and creativity with children and families. Worcester MA: Davis Publications Inc.

Cadwell, L. B. (1997). Bringing Reggio Emilia home: An innovative approach to early childhood education. New York: Teachers College Press.

Cadwell, L. B. (2003). Bringing learning to life: The Reggio approach to early childhood education. New York: Teachers College Press.

Cagliari, P., Castagnetti, M., Giudici, C., Rinaldi, C., Vecchi, V., & Moss, P. (Eds.) (2016). Loris Malaguzzi and the schools of Reggio Emilia: A selection of his writings and speeches, 1945-1993. New York: Routledge.

Castagnetti, M., Rubizzi, L., & Vecchi, V. (1995). A journey into the rights of children. Reggio Emilia: Reggio Children.

Cavallini, I., & Tedeschi, M. (Eds.) (2008). The languages of food: Recipes, experiences, thoughts.

Ceppi, G. & Zini, M. (Eds.). (1998). Children, spaces, relations: Metaproject for an environment for young children. Milan: Reggio Children and Domus Academy Research Center.

Dahlberg, G., & Moss, P. (2005). Ethics and politics in early childhood education. New York: RoutledgeFalmer.

Dahlberg, G., Moss, P., & Pence, A. (2007). Beyond quality in early childhood education and care: Languages of evaluation (2nd ed.). New York: Routledge.

Edwards, C., Gandini, L., & Forman, G. (Eds.). (2012). The hundred languages of children: The Reggio Emilia experience in transformation (3rd ed.). Santa Barbara CA: Praeger.

Edwards, C., & Rinaldi, C. (2009). The diary of Laura. St. Paul MN: Redleaf Press.

Filippini, T., Giudici, C., & Vecchi, V. (Eds.) (2008). Dialogues with places. Reggio Emilia: Reggio Children.

Fleet, A., Patterson, C., & Robertson, J. (Eds.). (2006). Insights: Behind early childhood pedagogical documentation. Castle Hill NSW: Pademelon Press.

Fleet, A., Patterson, C., & Robertson, J. (Eds.). (2017). Pedagogical documentation inearly years practice: Seeing through multiple perspectives. London: Sage Publications Ltd.

Fraser, S. (2013). Authentic childhood: Experiencing Reggio Emilia in the classroom (3rd ed.). Scarborough Ontario: Nelson Thomson Learning.

Hendrick, J. (Ed.). (1997). First steps toward teaching the Reggio way. Toronto ON: Prentice-Hall.

Hendrick, J. (Ed). (2003). Next steps toward teaching the Reggio way: Accepting the challenge to change. Upper Saddle River NJ: Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall.

Hoyuelos, A. (2013). The ethics in Loris Malaguzzi’s philosophy. Reykjavik: Isalda.

Istituzione of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia. (2018). Bordercrossings: Encounters with living things / digital landscapes. Reggio Emilia: Reggio Children.

Katz, L. G. & Cesarone, B. (1994). Reflections on the Reggio Emilia approach. Urbana IL: ERIC Clearinghouse.

Krechevsky, M., Mardell, B., Rivard, M., & Wilson, D. (2013). Visible learners: Promoting Reggio-inspired approaches in all schools. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Moss, P. (2019). Alternative narratives in early childhood: An introduction for students and practitioners. New York: Routledge.

Preschools and Infant-toddler Centres Istituzione of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia. (2017). Charter of services of the municipal infant-toddler centres and preschools. Roswell GA: NAREA.

Preschools and Infant-toddler Centres of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia. (2010). Indications Preschools and Infant-toddler Centres of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia. Reggio Emilia: Reggio Children.

Project Zero and Reggio Children (2001). Making learning visible: Children as individual and group learners. Cambridge MA: Project Zero.

Reggio Children. (1997). The hundred languages of children: Catalogue of the exhibit. (2nd ed.). Municipality of Reggio Emilia: Reggio Children SRL.

Reggio Children (2000). Reggio tutta: A guide to the city by the children. Municipality of Reggio Emilia: Reggio Children SRL.

Rinaldi, C. (2006). In dialogue with Reggio Emilia: Listening, researching and learning. New York: Routledge.

Stacey, S. (2008). Emergent curriculum in early childhood settings: From theory to practice. St. Paul MN: Redleaf Press.

Teachers and Children from Reggio Emilia. (2016). The hundred languages in ministories. Worcester MA: Davis Publications Inc.

Topal, C. W., & Gandini, L. (1999). Beautiful stuff! Learning with found materials. Worcester MA: Davis Publications, Inc.

Topal, C. W., & Gandini, L. (Eds.) (2019). Beautiful stuff from nature: More learning with found materials. Worcester MA: Davis Publications Inc.

Vecchi, V., & Giudici, C. (Eds.). (2004). Children, art, artists: The expressive languages of children, the artistic language of Alberto Burri. Reggio Emilia: Reggio Children.

Vecchi, V. (Ed.) (2002). Theater curtain: The ring of transformation. Reggio Emilia: Reggio Children.

Vecchi, V. (2010). Art and creativity in Reggio Emilia: Exploring the role and potential of ateliers in early childhood education. New York: Routledge.

Vecchi, V., & Ruozzi, M. (Eds.). (2015). Mosaic of marks, words, material. Reggio Emilia: Reggio Children.

Wien, C. A. (2004). Negotiating standards in the primary classroom: The teacher’s dilemma. New York: Teachers College Press.

Wien, C. A. (Ed.) (2008). Emergent curriculum in the primary classroom: Interpreting the Reggio Emilia approach in schools. New York: Teachers College Press and NAEYC.

Wien, C. A. (2014). The power of emergent curriculum: Stories from early childhood settings. Washington: National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Video Resources

DVDs, CD ROMs and Websites

Everyday Utopias: A Day in an Infant-toddler Centre and a Day in a Preschool. (2011). DVD

Landscapes: Open window – work in progress. This double CD-ROM contains more than 90 pictures of the environment of the infant-toddler centres and preschools of Reggio Emilia from the ‘80s until now.

The Many Faces of the Assembly: A study on the human figure in drawing, clay, and photography. (2017). DVD

Shadow stories: Poetics of an encounter between science and narration. (2012). DVD

Vimeo & YouTube Videos