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Reggio Emilia infant/toddler/preschools

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'm in the field of early child education. I am wondering how I could get to visit a preschool or infant/toddler center to observe Reggio Emilia techniques in action. I've been asked to write some articles about how parents of young children could incorporate their techniques.

I'm going to be in Venice and Rome (and in between) in October and I know that Reggio Emilia ideas are used in many Italian preschools.

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