What we did in 2018
Cultivating Creativity Event with Professor Mitchel Resnick
Event carried out as part of the TIDA Project at the Loris Malaguzzi International Centre in Reggio Emilia.
Presentation of the results of the FARE SCUOLA project at MAXXI Museum in Rome
During this national conference the extension of the Project for further two years was announced.
Launch of the FA.C.E. Project in Palermo
The project was launched at the national conference “Narrare le Infanzie” held in Palermo in May 2018.
Round table “Educating without barriers. Building bridges, not walls”
Meeting with the Scientific Committee of Fondazione Reggio Children in the Sala del Tricolore in Reggio Emilia on the occasion of the Annual Meeting.
Projects in 2018
Entrusting to numbers the description of a year of activity of an institution is as much a necessary as a complex operation. In summary:
- 13 projects
- 50 project partners
- 18 staff members
- 80 volunteers
- 72,400 direct beneficiaries
FA.C.E. – Farsi Comunità Educanti
The project FA.C.E aims to increase access to educational services for children aged 0/6 years in order to fight educational poverty in four Italian areas characterised by fragile contexts. It sets up participatory paths and educational services with local institutions and communities.
The project FARE SCUOLA promotes change in schools by redesigning the spaces intended as learning and relational places. Since 2015, 90 pre-schools and primary schools (children aged 3-11 years old) have been involved to offer new learning opportunities and new ways of doing and thinking about school.
Within 3 years, the project P.A.C.E. aims to increase the quality of early childhood education systems in Palestine by promoting the activation of an integrated public-private system, the upgrading of school contexts and the opening of a creative reuse centre as a professional development place for teachers.
Abitare il Paese – La cultura della domanda
The project Abitare il Paese (Living the Country) promotes a culture of questions concerning the search for the meaning of the city through a territorial co-design path that involves children and young people from Italian schools, teachers and architects.
scintillae – play and learning in the digital age
scintillae – play and learning in the digital age is a research project that explores the relationship between play and learning in the digital age, as a result of the collaboration between Fondazione Reggio Children and The LEGO Foundation.