Reggio Curriculum

The Reggio-Emilia approach has its roots in the education reform movements of post WWII Italy. Emphasizing creativity, collaboration and discovery, it offers a dynamic vision of effective education.
Rather than following a standard curriculum model with pre-determined units of study, the Reggio Curriculum has an underlying structure based on guided learning and collaboration. This approach engages the interests and skills of each individual child, interweaving teachings on a broad range of disciplines through real world learning. Within each Reggio community, short and long term projects emerge that highlight children’s learning processes.