October 22 Leading with an Equity Lens: Exploring “She, He, They?” in a Case Study from the Classroom February 18, 2021 Don’t Look Away: Embracing Anti-Bias Classrooms with Stephanie Curenton February 4, 2021 Don’t Look Away: Embracing Anti-Bias Classrooms with Stephanie Curenton December 9 The Adult Anti-Bias Journey with Debbie LeeKeenan November 9 The Adult Anti-Bias Journey with Debbie LeeKeenan

Boston Area Reggio Inspired Network

Supporting the professional growth and development of educators interested in expanding their knowledge of the Reggio Emilia Approach to early childhood education.

  • Provides an annual series of evening workshops for educators
  • Works to promote collaborations between institutions and schools exploring the ways in which the Reggio Emilia approach can inspire current teaching practice
  • Supports local professional development initiatives which seek to explore the principles inherent in the Reggio Emilia philosophy
  • Host of the 2018 Wonder of Learning Exhibit

Want to give to BARIN?

Virtual Workshops & Presentations

Talking About Race and Social Justice with Young Children

talking race with young children

Embarking on the Anti-Bias Education Journey

Embarking on the Anti-Bias Education Journey

Introduction to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Early Education

Promoting Self Care & Co Regulation with Students When School Reopens

Staying Healthy at School: Returning to School Post-COVID Shutdown

Inspiring Resilience and Hope During Challenging Times

Facing Challenging Behaviors at Home

Keeping Emotionally Connected for Infant Toddler Caregivers

Shaping Distance Learning with Reggio-Inspired Practices

Today

"Observe and listen to children because when they ask “why?” they are not simply asking for the answer from you. They are requesting the courage to find a collection of possible answers."

-Carla Rinaldi

 

"Establishing collaborative relationships between teachers from different schools is essential to our work."

-Loris Malaguzzi

"Our task, regarding creativity, is to help children climb their own mountains, as high as possible. No one can do more."

-Loris Malaguzzi