New learning landscapes
Three new quality educational contexts have emerged from outdoor, passing through or underused spaces at the Galileo Galilei middle school and at the Marco Polo primary school in Reggio Emilia.
Pause – Atelier dei Sapori
Pause is the research lab of Fondazione Reggio Children dedicated to taste and wellbeing, where the relationship with food, starting from the experience of the kitchens in the Preschools and Infant-toddler Centres of Reggio Emilia, becomes multisensory and creative. The core of the project is the relationship generated between people, knowledge, taste and experience.
Remida – The Creative Recycling Centre
The Remida Centre in Reggio Emilia is a project and a place where research is conducted on sustainability and creativity starting from industrial waste materials. The Centre is visited every year by more than 6,000 people like teachers, artists, students, administrators and interested people coming from all over the world.
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.
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.
F.A.R.E. – Verso un’architettura dell'educazione
F.A.R.E. – Verso un’architettura dell'educazione is a research project that aims to enhance the labs dedicated to the educational activities of the MAXXI Museum in Rome. F.A.R.E. explores the relationships between education, art, and architecture and the spaces intended as learning contexts.