Managing Diverse Investigation Threads in Emergent Inquiry Classrooms Using Whole and Small Group Classroom Meetings
Learning to organize the diverse interests of small groups in a Reggio inspired emergent curriculum is complex. No need to move all children through a process. Several small interest groups can emerge and thrive. Teachers can be sure that all children will receive significant learning from the diverse interest groups through the thoughtful and consistent use of small group and whole group classroom meetings. Techniques and real life examples will be shared. Discussion will be encouraged.
Johnson City, TN
Sarver, Tammie; Broderick, Jane Tingle; and Lodien, Lynn. 2016. Managing Diverse Investigation Threads in Emergent Inquiry Classrooms Using Whole and Small Group Classroom Meetings. ETSU Annual Early Childhood Conference, Johnson City, TN. https://www.etsu.edu/coe/child/programs/conference/reggio.php