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Teachers urged to embrace natural learning
By A Staff Reporter March 08, 2018
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SHARJAH: On the second day of the UAE’s first Horouf Reggio Education Conference, a packed audience at Al Qasba Theatre in Sharjah heard that beauty, space, the environment and interaction were key to an innovative school curriculum which should be constantly monitored and reconstructed through intense research and study.

The teachers and education professionals attending the conference, which explores the benefits of the alternative “Reggio Emilia Approach” to education, have been encouraged to rethink traditional classroom methods in favour of a natural learning environment, where children are stimulated by self-expression and innate curiosity.

Speaking at the Horouf Reggio Conference, organised by Horouf, a subsidiary of Kalimat Group, hosting representatives from Italian Reggio Children Centre, Claudia Giudici, President of Reggio Children, told delegates: “Through an ever-evolving curriculum, we can give credit and value to the children who constantly guide us as a compass to the world.
 

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