Books and Articles
Barazzoni, R. (2000). Brick by brick: the history of the “XXV Aprile” people’s
nursery school of Villa Cella. Reggio Emilia, Italy: Reggio Children srl.
Belenky, M., Clinchy, B., Goldberger, N., and Tarule, J. (1986). Women’s
ways of knowing: the development of self, voice, and mind. NY: Basic Books.
Brown, S. (2009). Play: How It Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination,
and Invigorates the Soul. NY: Penguin Group.
Cadwell, L. B. (1997). Bringing Reggio Emilia home: an innovative
approach to early childhood education. New York: Teachers College Press.
Cohen, J. B. (2004). Late for school: stories of transformation in an adult
education program. Journal of Transformative Education, 2 (3), 242- 252.
Csikszentmihalyi, M. (1996). Creativity: flow and the psychology of
discovery and invention. New York: HarperPerennial.
Daloz, L. (1999), Mentor: guiding the journey of adult learners. San
Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.
Dewey. J. (1934). Art as experience. New York: The Berkley Publishing
Duckworth, E. (1996). The having of wonderful ideas and other essays on
teaching and learning. NY: Teachers College Press.
Duckworth, E. and The Experienced Teachers Group (1997). Teacher to
teacher: learning from each other. New York: Teachers College Press.
Edwards, C., Gandini, L. & Forman, G. (1998). The hundred languages of
children: The Reggio Emilia Approach—advanced reflections. Westport, CT: Ablex Publishing.
Eisner, E. (2002). The arts and the creation of mind. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
Filippini, T. & Vecchi V. (Eds.) (3rd ed) (2000). The hundred languages of
children: narrative of the possible. Reggio Children srl: Reggio Emilia, Italy.
Forman, G. & Kuschner, D. (1983). The child’s construction of knowledge: Piaget for teaching children. Washington, DC: National Association for the Education for Young Children.
Frankl, V.E. (1992). Man’s search for meaning. Boston, MA: Beacon Press.
Gandini, L. and Edwards, C. (2001). Bambini: The Italian approach to infant/toddler care. Williston, VT: Teachers College Press.
Gandini, L., Hill, L., Cadwell, L., & Schwall, C. (Eds.) (2005). In the spirit of the
studio: learning from the atelier of Reggio Emilia. NY: Teachers College Press.
Gardner, H. (1999). Intelligence reframed: multiple intelligences for the 21st
century. New York: Basic Books.
Giudici, C, Rinaldi, C. & Krechevsky, M. (2001). Making learning visible:
Children as individual and group learners. Reggio Emilia, Italy: Reggio Children srl.
Hawkins, D. (2002). The informed vision: essays on learning and human
nature. New York: Algora Publishing.
Hawkins, F. P. L. (1997). Journey with children: the autobiography of a
teacher. Niwot, CO: University Press of Colorado.
Hawkins, F. P. L. (1974). The logic of action. NY: Pantheon Books.
Intrator, S. & Scribner, M. (2003) (Eds.) Teaching with fire: poetry that
sustains the courage to teach. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Kellogg, E. T. (2010). David Hawkins and the pond study. Bloomington: IN: Xlibris Corporation.
Palmer, P. (1993). To know as we are known. San Francisco: Harper Collins
Persig, R. M. (1974). Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance: an inquiry into values. New York: Bantam Books.
Rinaldi, C. (2006). In dialogue with Reggio Emilia: listening, researching
and learning. NY: Routledge.
Smith, D. & Goldhaber, J. (2004). Poking, pinching & pretending:
documenting toddlers’ explorations with clay. St. Paul, MN: Redleaf Press.
Topal, C. and Gandini, L. (1999). Beautiful stuff: Learning from found materials.
Worcester, MA: Davis.
Wenger, E. (1998). Communities of practice: learning, meaning, and
identity. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Yorks, L. (2005). Adult learning and the generation of new knowledge and
meaning: creating liberating spaces for fostering adult learning through
practitioner-based collaborative action inquiry. Teachers College Record
107 (6) 1217-1244. Retrieved September 20, 2006 from EBSCO Host Research Databases.
Zull, J. E. (2002). The art of changing the brain. Stylus Publishing: Sterling, VA.
North American Reggio Emilia Alliance (NAREA) (n.d.). Envisioning a world
where all children are honored and respected for their potential, capabilities, and humanity.
Reggio Emilia: An educational project (n.d.). Reggio Children, srl:
Reggio Emilia, Italy