It sounds like a really cool approach, I'm kind of seeing a cross between Montessori and Waldorf but without the mystical stuff that turns me off Waldorf. Can it be used in a homeschooling setting? Can anyone tell me a bit more?
You might want to read some of the posts on the Camp Creek Blog http://www.whiteoakschool.com/
She is reggio inspired if not hardcore reggio.
You could also check out some of the ideas at Brightworks school which seems a bit like a cross between a sudbury/montessori school and a reggio one. http://sfbrightworks.org/
(check out how they explain their project arcs). It's a school but I can see it working in a homeschooling environment in a similar fashion.
Here's a list of reggio homeschooling blogs and other resources
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hi, i'm lori from the camp creek blog :)
my blog has moved to http://project-based-homeschooling.com/camp-creek-blog/
i am very reggio-inspired; i ran a reggio-inspired school for several years and my project-based homeschooling approach draws heavily from reggio influences.
kate at an everyday story is doing some wonderful blogging about reggio at home with young children:
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