I am honored to be presenting, along with Lella Gandini, U.S. Liaison for the Dissemination of the Reggio Approach, Susan Mackay Director of Teaching and Learning at Opal School, Mary Driebe, and teachers from Sabot At Stony Point School at the 2017 Spring Symposium of the Institute of Sabot At Stony Point School in Richmond, Virginia. The symposium, entitled “Wonder, Play and Inquiry: The Research Of Children,” will be held April 20-22. The pre-symposium day on April 20 is full, but there are a few spaces left for Friday and Saturday, April 21 and 22.
From the Sabot website:
Other Highlights include:
• Community Forum – Agents of Change: Listening to Richmond’s Children and Youth, Thursday, April 20th at 7:00 p.m. Location TBA
• Studio experiences
• Classroom Observations
• Ongoing Dialogue with Sabot Teacher-Researchers, Pedagogists, and Consulting Faculty
• The Umbrella Project Deconstructed: How Long-Term Community-wide Projects Create Connection and Continuity
Pre-Symposium and Symposium (3 days) – $675 – The pre-symposium day is sold out.
Symposium (2 Days) – $575
*Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) will be provided by the Center for Leadership in Education at the University of Richmond. 2-1/2 CEU’s will be available for participation in the full symposium (all three days) — at a fee of $25 per CEU.
Plan to register and pay for CEU’s on-site during the conference.