The hundred languages of learning: the role of teacher questions in a reggio-inspired preschool setting
The practice of early childhood educators in Reggio Emilia, Italy begins with a shared image of the child as strong, able, curious and competent beings, having rights and limitless potential. Children are understood to be capable of meaningful interactions with others and have an innate desire to make sense of the world around them. This capstone explores different pedagogical ideas about inquiry and teacher student interactions, examining the role of teacher questions in promoting dialogue and student-driven curriculum in an American preschool setting that uses the Reggio Approach.
Dykstra, Kristin, "The hundred languages of learning: the role of teacher questions in a reggio-inspired preschool setting" (2007). School of Education Student Capstones and Dissertations. 1874.
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