Join us for a three-part workshop to learn about the Reggio Emilia teaching approach. For the first part, Artist Raphael Noz will share his experience of how a lunch conversation in an Early Education classroom morphed into a long term project culminating in a dramatic performance. The following week we will visit a local school and observe the Reggio Approach in action at an Early Education art studio. Lastly, join us for an optional day at the Berkeley Art Museum exploring the interactive exhibition, The Possible and attend a lecture by Alison Gopnick (PhD), UC Berkeley professor of Psychology.
Instructor: Raphael Noz & Others (MFA)
Dates: 3 class meetings /
Monday, March 3 6:30 – 9:30pm (presentation at RD)
Monday, March 10 or Tuesday, March 11 10:00 am-12:00 pm (school visit, pick one day)
Sunday, March 16 11:00 am – 5:00pm ( Berkeley )
First 5 people to register for this class will receive free admission to Berkley Art Museum as guests of Raphael Noz, exhibiting artist in the The Possible.
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