Godfrey Reggio

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  • The Industrialized World Film Analysis

    mechanism by which the artist turns the simple into the phenomenal, the static into the dynamic, the two dimensional into the three dimensional, and can be looked at through the lens of Gestalt psychology--the concept that the work as a whole is different from the sum of its individual parts. Based on the current, Western perception of progress, society can be broken into collections of nations and regions that form pseudo classes or castes--the most distinct being the Emerging Countries and the Western Industrialized nations. Life is not only different from its parts, it is something more, something deeper, something greater than the sum; artists express this depth that would not otherwise be seen through a multitude of media--in particular Godfrey Reggio’s “music video,” Powaqqatsi, and Vivaldi’s musical composition, “The Four Seasons.” An understanding of society comes together with an examination of its components in close proximity. Reggio’s film begins in the Emerging Countries. Upbeat music plays while masses of smiling faces appear, followed by women in unique, decorative green and red dresses celebrating and men shouldering bags larger than themselves: a hopeful, jubilant celebration of hard work, tradition, and nature. Quickly the scenes morph into images of the Industrialized World. Sameness scrolls across the screen as a whitewashed, endless building. The music speeds into a warlike beat as old commercials burn, overlapped with flames, which shifts again to a…

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  • Why Did The Crusades Obey Urban II's Order?

    II’s order because they felt betrayed by Alexius I. In 1099, after the crusaders celebrated their victory, they concluded that they had to repopulate the city, appoint a rule, and expand their territory to keep Jerusalem under Christian rule. However, the Christians establishment of the Latin kingdom of Jerusalem emerged out of Muslim disunity and alliances between Muslims and Franks. The leaders of the Crusade immediately assigned a ruler to protect and govern Jerusalem. Initially, the…

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  • Classroom Design Research Paper

    This will give the students the best of both worlds. The children will engage in social interaction throughout the classroom. I want to give the students a calling and peaceful learning environment incorporating plants are an excellent way to make any room look more welcoming. My classroom will be full of colors, such as the reading section colors in my room will be bright red and orange to draw the child into reading the books, these warm and bright colors are interpreted as happy, stimulating…

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  • Theories Of Childhood Learning

    2000, p.2). Initially the movement started as a community based project where educators, parents and teachers worked together and evolved to what is now a renowned form of innovative education. Malaguzzi’s teaching philosophies stem from the social constructivism theories drawn from Vygotsky, Dewey and Bruner (Edwards, C. P. 2002). Teaching principals for the Reggio approach concentrate on an education that is relationship centric. Malaguzzi (1993) claims that building and nurturing…

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  • Compare And Contrast Montessori And Forest Schools

    Her theory is also different to forest schools, because forest schools believe that children learn better outside, where they can be with nature. However Montessori believes children learn more and better inside with natural real life resources. Forest schools also encourage children to take risks and challenges in their play, this is one of forest schools basic principles. Reggio Emilia also has a different approach to Montessori. Emilia makes sure the learning is more child-centred throughout…

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  • Reflective Essay: A Personal Philosophy Of Education And Learning

    This is shown through Loris Malaguzzi’s Reggio Emilia model and the idea of child guided learning. The idea that students choose their method of expression, allowing for as many chances to express themselves and what they know. It also allows for children to explore their own way of learning whether it’s through reading a book, or physically getting in there and doing it. This theory also provides the opportunity for the child to share their own personalized techniques with their peers. For many…

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  • Reggio Emilia Approach: Video Analysis

    The report shows how preschoolers in a Reggio setting are not made to learn how most preschoolers are taught. The Reggio approach emphasizes the students figuring things out for themselves in their own unique way, and not having to conform to the norms of traditional education. The video goes on to tell of how the Reggio approach is being transplanted to some schools in St. Louis, but does not go into detail on how well it has worked out since the initial report. In summary, the report gives a…

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  • The Early Years Foundation Stage Framework Analysis

    practitioners on how to promote children’s development. In this essay I will be comparing and contrasting The Early Years Foundation Stage Framework (EYFS) and The Reggio Emilia approach. The Reggio Emilia approach was originated after World War Two by a psychologist called Loris Malaguzzi and the parents who lived in the town of Reggio Emilia. They believed that children required a new way of learning, therefore, created this unique curriculum to enable children to explore and discover in an…

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  • Cognitive Development: The Reggio Emilia Approach

    Cognitive Development refers to mental activity such as how they mind thinks, remembers, and learns. Reggio proves that no matter what we know about the brain we never really know what a child’s brain is capable of. In this video they create projects and reflect on them and then go on to something different. It is a different approach because it proves that young children are capable of solving complex problems. The Reggio Approach is also known for art and is given more time with the art…

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  • Intentional Teaching Case Study

    plans to use activities that focus children’s attention on a specific math idea rather in small groups on whole group. 3. Give a perspective on the Reggio Emilia Approach. What is its foundation, how has it evolved, and what does it look like currently? In the Reggio Emilia Approach, the child is viewed as capable, competent and self-directed (Stager, 2002). Children build their knowledge from their own actions, and interactions with others. Children learn by representing and re-representing…

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