Documenting the Relationship between Teaching & Learning: an IN-PERSON event with Tiziana Filippini and Loretta Bertani of Reggio Emilia

Documenting the Relationship between Teaching & Learning

About this event

The West Coast Collaborative presents:

DOCUMENTING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TEACHING & LEARNING

Featuring: Tiziana Filippini and Loretta Bertani

Saturday, October 22nd 2022

9:00am to 3:30pm (PST)

Wildwood Elementary Campus 12201 Washington Place Los Angeles, CA 90066

We are excited to welcome Tiziana and Loretta back to Los Angeles and reconnect as we come back together at the Wildwood Elementary campus! 

Tiziana Filippini is a pedagogista who collaborates with Reggio Children with regard to research, conferences, and consultancies in Italy and abroad.

From 1978 to 2015, she worked as a member of the Pedagogical Coordinating Team of the Istituzione – Preschools and Infant Toddler Centers of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia.

Tiziana is currently one of the curators of the new version, “The Wonder of Learning: The Hundred Languages of Children.”

In addition to her work with the municipality, Tiziana was part of the original research group of Making Learning Visible, a collaboration between Reggio Children and Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. The collaboration resulted in a book, Making Learning Visible: Children as Individual and Group Learners, which became very well known in North American early childhood circles and all over the world.

Loretta Bertani is an atelierista in the Robinson Crusoe Preschools and Infant Toddler Centres, Istituzione of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia since 1996

Loretta graduated at Istituto d’arte (Art college) of Reggio Emilia. From 1991 to 1995 she worked as an educator with the municipality of Reggio Emilia in local education groups, an experience addressed to pre-adolescent age groups and to the support of boys and girls with schools difficulties.

Loretta collaborated with the theatre group “Teatro Gioco Vita” of Piacenza for designing and leading workshops on expressive languages and on shadow theatre addressed to primary schools, as well as for street entertainment events for children and youth.

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Flow of the Day: 

8:30AM – Coffee and Registration

9AM-12PM – Lecture (w/ 10 minute break)

12PM-1PM- Lunch

1PM-3PM – Lecture (w/ 10 minute break)

3PM-3:30PM – Reflection

Morning coffee/refreshments & lunch provided by WCC. 

General Admission – $100

Student Discount (with current ECE ID) – $50

Questions and student discount inquiries: 

Contact allison@branchesatelier.com

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