Easter Camp - What's in the World

Project work, or ‘progettazione’ in Italian, is an integral part of the curriculum at Reggio Emilia schools for multi-age groups, starting as early as around two years old. Applying the fundamental principles of the Reggio Emilia approach, Imperial Academy provides students, aged three to ten, an innovative and well explored pedagogical method to learn about the world and the way to express themselves. During the project work, our students proceed from exploration to representation, which has a positive impact on their development.

 

Based on the Reggio Emilia philosophy, there are a number of features and elements found in our “What’s in the World” projects.

1. “Learning is not the transmission of a defined body of knowledge” - Carla Rinaldi and Peter Moss
Learning, playing and creativity comes together. Students construct their own knowledge through different experiences.

2. The Hundred Languages of Children
Students use various ways to show their understanding and express their thoughts and creativity. Teachers encourage cognitive learning through drawing, modelling, building, etc.  Each one of these Hundred Languages must be valued and nurtured.

3. Teachers as co-learners and collaborators
Students explore different themes relevant to planets and living communities under the teacher’s guidance. Teachers listen to, observe and document students.

4. Environment as the third teacher
Reggio Emilia approach encourages multi-dimensional and multichannel interactions with the environment. Students’ learning experience is enriched in a classroom that is open, comfortable and welcoming.

 


Atelier


Atelier


Atelier


Atelier


Atelier























































Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day


Experience Session with Parents on Exhibition and Presentation Day


Experience Session with Parents on Exhibition and Presentation Day


Exhibition and Presentation Day

Experience Session with Parents on Exhibition and Presentation Day


Experience Session with Parents on Exhibition and Presentation Day


Experience Session with Parents on Exhibition and Presentation Day


Experience Session with Parents on Exhibition and Presentation Day