REGGIO-INSPIRED LEARNING CENTRE

past events

did you know?

The Learning Centre can create custom workshops for your organization.

Contact Maryam for more information: maryam@froghollow.bc.ca

 

March 31, 2018

A Day in the Studio Workshop

The studio is a place for possibilities. It doesn’t have to be fancy or filled with lots of expensive or even newly bought material. It can be a corner that is thought as a space to focus, to participate and to think of possibilities. We thank artists, Rebecca Heyl and Meggie Meilleur for inviting us to a day filled with exploration and beautiful encounters.

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January 25, 2018

EARLY YEARS LEADERS ROUNDTABLE 

Thank you, everyone, for joining us on this dialogue and contributing to intriguing discussion facilitated by Dr. Walter Kohan. 

 

 

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January 18, 2018

The Art of Observation

In this workshop we took a deep look at Observation and what that means in our practice. We looked at the role of observation in our practice and explored the concept of “cognitive knots”. We thank our participants for their posivite feedback for the workshop and look forward to future ones!

“I’ve been to a lot of workshops, and this one was one of the best ones”

 

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December 1, 2017

Play, the Arts and Education for Democracy

An insightful day of conversations, story-sharing and collaboration with Matt & Susan from Opal school.

 

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 November 30

The Role of the Educator in Emergent Curriculum

An amazing evening with Matt & Susan from Opal school. The evening was full of lively discussions and participants got the chance to visist our two preschool rooms on site.

 

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 16, 2017

Early Years Leaders Roundtables

Making Children Visible is one of the Learning Centre’s commitments. Our Early Years Leaders Roundtable is one of the ways we hope to bring those who are involved with direct work with children and those who are not, together to start conversations in public spaces.

We held our first Leaders Dialogue on November 16, 2017 in partnership with Capilano University and Capilano Children’s Centre. The topic was “Aesthetics and Pedagogy” and it was facilitated by Dr. Donal O’Donoghue of UBC and Dr. Cristina Delgado & Dr. Sylvia Kind of Capilano University. We were so fortunate to have a wide variety of leaders, including Robyn Newton from the City of Vancouver & Shaun Dacey, director of Richmond Art Gallery in our company.

 

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 8, 2017

Dialogue & Dessert

Dialogue & Dessert Roundtables are one of Frog Hollow’s initiatives to invite people in the community into childcare spaces.

Our first roundtable was held on November 8, 2017 and a very diverse group of people from the community – including parents, educators, teachers, professors, and professionals from public libraries, Fraser Health Licensing sector & Supported Child Development attending.

With the provocations of Dr. Christianne Hayward, the group discussed what it means to complexify the notion of the “competent child” that is now so easily spoken of among us.

 

 

December 1, 2017

Play, the Arts and Education for Democracy

An insightful day of conversations, story-sharing and collaboration with Matt & Susan from Opal school.

A bar in shades of red and orange

 November 30

The Role of the Educator in Emergent Curriculum

An amazing evening with Matt & Susan from Opal school. The evening was full of lively discussions and participants got the chance to visist our two preschool rooms on site.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 16, 2017

Early Years Leaders Roundtables

Making Children Visible is one of the Learning Centre’s commitments. Our Early Years Leaders Roundtable is one of the ways we hope to bring those who are involved with direct work with children and those who are not, together to start conversations in public spaces.

We held our first Leaders Dialogue on November 16, 2017 in partnership with Capilano University and Capilano Children’s Centre. The topic was “Aesthetics and Pedagogy” and it was facilitated by Dr. Donal O’Donoghue of UBC and Dr. Cristina Delgado & Dr. Sylvia Kind of Capilano University. We were so fortunate to have a wide variety of leaders, including Robyn Newton from the City of Vancouver & Shaun Dacey, director of Richmond Art Gallery in our company.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 8, 2017

Dialogue & Dessert

Dialogue & Dessert Roundtables are one of Frog Hollow’s initiatives to invite people in the community into childcare spaces.

Our first roundtable was held on November 8, 2017 and a very diverse group of people from the community – including parents, educators, teachers, professors, and professionals from public libraries, Fraser Health Licensing sector & Supported Child Development attending.

With the provocations of Dr. Christianne Hayward, the group discussed what it means to complexify the notion of the “competent child” that is now so easily spoken of among us.

December 1, 2017

Play, the Arts and Education for Democracy

An insightful day of conversations, story-sharing and collaboration with Matt & Susan from Opal school.

A bar in shades of red and orange

 November 30

The Role of the Educator in Emergent Curriculum

An amazing evening with Matt & Susan from Opal school. The evening was full of lively discussions and participants got the chance to visist our two preschool rooms on site.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 16, 2017

Early Years Leaders Roundtables

Making Children Visible is one of the Learning Centre’s commitments. Our Early Years Leaders Roundtable is one of the ways we hope to bring those who are involved with direct work with children and those who are not, together to start conversations in public spaces.

We held our first Leaders Dialogue on November 16, 2017 in partnership with Capilano University and Capilano Children’s Centre. The topic was “Aesthetics and Pedagogy” and it was facilitated by Dr. Donal O’Donoghue of UBC and Dr. Cristina Delgado & Dr. Sylvia Kind of Capilano University. We were so fortunate to have a wide variety of leaders, including Robyn Newton from the City of Vancouver & Shaun Dacey, director of Richmond Art Gallery in our company.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 8, 2017

Dialogue & Dessert

Dialogue & Dessert Roundtables are one of Frog Hollow’s initiatives to invite people in the community into childcare spaces.

Our first roundtable was held on November 8, 2017 and a very diverse group of people from the community – including parents, educators, teachers, professors, and professionals from public libraries, Fraser Health Licensing sector & Supported Child Development attending.

With the provocations of Dr. Christianne Hayward, the group discussed what it means to complexify the notion of the “competent child” that is now so easily spoken of among us.

A bar in shades of red and orange

September 28, 2017

The Hidden Life of Materials: Invitations, Provocations & The 100 Languages of Children

An evening of stories, collaboration, laughter and reflection. Thank you all for sharing your ideas and experiences in lively beautiful, innovative interactions.

We look forward to seeing you at our future events!

June 28, 2017

Reggio Emilia Approach – An Introduction to Philosophy and Principles Workshop

We were delighted to have 80 people attend our first public workshop. We thank everyone who attended, and look forward to future gatherings.

did you know?

The Learning Centre can create custom workshops for your organization.

Contact Maryam for more information: maryam@froghollow.bc.ca

December 1, 2017

Play, the Arts and Education for Democracy

An insightful day of conversations, story-sharing and collaboration with Matt & Susan from Opal school.

A bar in shades of red and orange

 November 30

The Role of the Educator in Emergent Curriculum

An amazing evening with Matt & Susan from Opal school. The evening was full of lively discussions and participants got the chance to visist our two preschool rooms on site.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 16, 2017

Early Years Leaders Roundtables

Making Children Visible is one of the Learning Centre’s commitments. Our Early Years Leaders Roundtable is one of the ways we hope to bring those who are involved with direct work with children and those who are not, together to start conversations in public spaces.

We held our first Leaders Dialogue on November 16, 2017 in partnership with Capilano University and Capilano Children’s Centre. The topic was “Aesthetics and Pedagogy” and it was facilitated by Dr. Donal O’Donoghue of UBC and Dr. Cristina Delgado & Dr. Sylvia Kind of Capilano University. We were so fortunate to have a wide variety of leaders, including Robyn Newton from the City of Vancouver & Shaun Dacey, director of Richmond Art Gallery in our company.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 8, 2017

Dialogue & Dessert

Dialogue & Dessert Roundtables are one of Frog Hollow’s initiatives to invite people in the community into childcare spaces.

Our first roundtable was held on November 8, 2017 and a very diverse group of people from the community – including parents, educators, teachers, professors, and professionals from public libraries, Fraser Health Licensing sector & Supported Child Development attending.

With the provocations of Dr. Christianne Hayward, the group discussed what it means to complexify the notion of the “competent child” that is now so easily spoken of among us.

A bar in shades of red and orange

September 28, 2017

The Hidden Life of Materials: Invitations, Provocations & The 100 Languages of Children

An evening of stories, collaboration, laughter and reflection. Thank you all for sharing your ideas and experiences in lively beautiful, innovative interactions.

We look forward to seeing you at our future events!

June 28, 2017

Reggio Emilia Approach – An Introduction to Philosophy and Principles Workshop

We were delighted to have 80 people attend our first public workshop. We thank everyone who attended, and look forward to future gatherings.

did you know?

The Learning Centre can create custom workshops for your organization.

Contact Maryam for more information: maryam@froghollow.bc.ca

December 1, 2017

Play, the Arts and Education for Democracy

An insightful day of conversations, story-sharing and collaboration with Matt & Susan from Opal school.

A bar in shades of red and orange

 November 30

The Role of the Educator in Emergent Curriculum

An amazing evening with Matt & Susan from Opal school. The evening was full of lively discussions and participants got the chance to visist our two preschool rooms on site.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 16, 2017

Early Years Leaders Roundtables

Making Children Visible is one of the Learning Centre’s commitments. Our Early Years Leaders Roundtable is one of the ways we hope to bring those who are involved with direct work with children and those who are not, together to start conversations in public spaces.

We held our first Leaders Dialogue on November 16, 2017 in partnership with Capilano University and Capilano Children’s Centre. The topic was “Aesthetics and Pedagogy” and it was facilitated by Dr. Donal O’Donoghue of UBC and Dr. Cristina Delgado & Dr. Sylvia Kind of Capilano University. We were so fortunate to have a wide variety of leaders, including Robyn Newton from the City of Vancouver & Shaun Dacey, director of Richmond Art Gallery in our company.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 8, 2017

Dialogue & Dessert

Dialogue & Dessert Roundtables are one of Frog Hollow’s initiatives to invite people in the community into childcare spaces.

Our first roundtable was held on November 8, 2017 and a very diverse group of people from the community – including parents, educators, teachers, professors, and professionals from public libraries, Fraser Health Licensing sector & Supported Child Development attending.

With the provocations of Dr. Christianne Hayward, the group discussed what it means to complexify the notion of the “competent child” that is now so easily spoken of among us.

A bar in shades of red and orange

September 28, 2017

The Hidden Life of Materials: Invitations, Provocations & The 100 Languages of Children

An evening of stories, collaboration, laughter and reflection. Thank you all for sharing your ideas and experiences in lively beautiful, innovative interactions.

We look forward to seeing you at our future events!

June 28, 2017

Reggio Emilia Approach – An Introduction to Philosophy and Principles Workshop

We were delighted to have 80 people attend our first public workshop. We thank everyone who attended, and look forward to future gatherings.

REGGIO-INSPIRED LEARNING CENTRE

past workshops

did you know?

The Learning Centre can create custom workshops for your organization.

Contact Maryam for more information: maryam@froghollow.bc.ca

December 1, 2017

Play, the Arts and Education for Democracy

An insightful day of conversations, story-sharing and collaboration with Matt & Susan from Opal school.

A bar in shades of red and orange

 November 30

The Role of the Educator in Emergent Curriculum

An amazing evening with Matt & Susan from Opal school. The evening was full of lively discussions and participants got the chance to visist our two preschool rooms on site.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 16, 2017

Early Years Leaders Roundtables

Making Children Visible is one of the Learning Centre’s commitments. Our Early Years Leaders Roundtable is one of the ways we hope to bring those who are involved with direct work with children and those who are not, together to start conversations in public spaces.

We held our first Leaders Dialogue on November 16, 2017 in partnership with Capilano University and Capilano Children’s Centre. The topic was “Aesthetics and Pedagogy” and it was facilitated by Dr. Donal O’Donoghue of UBC and Dr. Cristina Delgado & Dr. Sylvia Kind of Capilano University. We were so fortunate to have a wide variety of leaders, including Robyn Newton from the City of Vancouver & Shaun Dacey, director of Richmond Art Gallery in our company.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 8, 2017

Dialogue & Dessert

Dialogue & Dessert Roundtables are one of Frog Hollow’s initiatives to invite people in the community into childcare spaces.

Our first roundtable was held on November 8, 2017 and a very diverse group of people from the community – including parents, educators, teachers, professors, and professionals from public libraries, Fraser Health Licensing sector & Supported Child Development attending.

With the provocations of Dr. Christianne Hayward, the group discussed what it means to complexify the notion of the “competent child” that is now so easily spoken of among us.

December 1, 2017

Play, the Arts and Education for Democracy

An insightful day of conversations, story-sharing and collaboration with Matt & Susan from Opal school.

A bar in shades of red and orange

 November 30

The Role of the Educator in Emergent Curriculum

An amazing evening with Matt & Susan from Opal school. The evening was full of lively discussions and participants got the chance to visist our two preschool rooms on site.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 16, 2017

Early Years Leaders Roundtables

Making Children Visible is one of the Learning Centre’s commitments. Our Early Years Leaders Roundtable is one of the ways we hope to bring those who are involved with direct work with children and those who are not, together to start conversations in public spaces.

We held our first Leaders Dialogue on November 16, 2017 in partnership with Capilano University and Capilano Children’s Centre. The topic was “Aesthetics and Pedagogy” and it was facilitated by Dr. Donal O’Donoghue of UBC and Dr. Cristina Delgado & Dr. Sylvia Kind of Capilano University. We were so fortunate to have a wide variety of leaders, including Robyn Newton from the City of Vancouver & Shaun Dacey, director of Richmond Art Gallery in our company.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 8, 2017

Dialogue & Dessert

Dialogue & Dessert Roundtables are one of Frog Hollow’s initiatives to invite people in the community into childcare spaces.

Our first roundtable was held on November 8, 2017 and a very diverse group of people from the community – including parents, educators, teachers, professors, and professionals from public libraries, Fraser Health Licensing sector & Supported Child Development attending.

With the provocations of Dr. Christianne Hayward, the group discussed what it means to complexify the notion of the “competent child” that is now so easily spoken of among us.

December 1, 2017

Play, the Arts and Education for Democracy

An insightful day of conversations, story-sharing and collaboration with Matt & Susan from Opal school.

A bar in shades of red and orange

 November 30

The Role of the Educator in Emergent Curriculum

An amazing evening with Matt & Susan from Opal school. The evening was full of lively discussions and participants got the chance to visist our two preschool rooms on site.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 16, 2017

Early Years Leaders Roundtables

Making Children Visible is one of the Learning Centre’s commitments. Our Early Years Leaders Roundtable is one of the ways we hope to bring those who are involved with direct work with children and those who are not, together to start conversations in public spaces.

We held our first Leaders Dialogue on November 16, 2017 in partnership with Capilano University and Capilano Children’s Centre. The topic was “Aesthetics and Pedagogy” and it was facilitated by Dr. Donal O’Donoghue of UBC and Dr. Cristina Delgado & Dr. Sylvia Kind of Capilano University. We were so fortunate to have a wide variety of leaders, including Robyn Newton from the City of Vancouver & Shaun Dacey, director of Richmond Art Gallery in our company.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 8, 2017

Dialogue & Dessert

Dialogue & Dessert Roundtables are one of Frog Hollow’s initiatives to invite people in the community into childcare spaces.

Our first roundtable was held on November 8, 2017 and a very diverse group of people from the community – including parents, educators, teachers, professors, and professionals from public libraries, Fraser Health Licensing sector & Supported Child Development attending.

With the provocations of Dr. Christianne Hayward, the group discussed what it means to complexify the notion of the “competent child” that is now so easily spoken of among us.

A bar in shades of red and orange

September 28, 2017

The Hidden Life of Materials: Invitations, Provocations & The 100 Languages of Children

An evening of stories, collaboration, laughter and reflection. Thank you all for sharing your ideas and experiences in lively beautiful, innovative interactions.

We look forward to seeing you at our future events!

June 28, 2017

Reggio Emilia Approach – An Introduction to Philosophy and Principles Workshop

We were delighted to have 80 people attend our first public workshop. We thank everyone who attended, and look forward to future gatherings.

did you know?

The Learning Centre can create custom workshops for your organization.

Contact Maryam for more information: maryam@froghollow.bc.ca

December 1, 2017

Play, the Arts and Education for Democracy

An insightful day of conversations, story-sharing and collaboration with Matt & Susan from Opal school.

A bar in shades of red and orange

 November 30

The Role of the Educator in Emergent Curriculum

An amazing evening with Matt & Susan from Opal school. The evening was full of lively discussions and participants got the chance to visist our two preschool rooms on site.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 16, 2017

Early Years Leaders Roundtables

Making Children Visible is one of the Learning Centre’s commitments. Our Early Years Leaders Roundtable is one of the ways we hope to bring those who are involved with direct work with children and those who are not, together to start conversations in public spaces.

We held our first Leaders Dialogue on November 16, 2017 in partnership with Capilano University and Capilano Children’s Centre. The topic was “Aesthetics and Pedagogy” and it was facilitated by Dr. Donal O’Donoghue of UBC and Dr. Cristina Delgado & Dr. Sylvia Kind of Capilano University. We were so fortunate to have a wide variety of leaders, including Robyn Newton from the City of Vancouver & Shaun Dacey, director of Richmond Art Gallery in our company.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 8, 2017

Dialogue & Dessert

Dialogue & Dessert Roundtables are one of Frog Hollow’s initiatives to invite people in the community into childcare spaces.

Our first roundtable was held on November 8, 2017 and a very diverse group of people from the community – including parents, educators, teachers, professors, and professionals from public libraries, Fraser Health Licensing sector & Supported Child Development attending.

With the provocations of Dr. Christianne Hayward, the group discussed what it means to complexify the notion of the “competent child” that is now so easily spoken of among us.

A bar in shades of red and orange

September 28, 2017

The Hidden Life of Materials: Invitations, Provocations & The 100 Languages of Children

An evening of stories, collaboration, laughter and reflection. Thank you all for sharing your ideas and experiences in lively beautiful, innovative interactions.

We look forward to seeing you at our future events!

June 28, 2017

Reggio Emilia Approach – An Introduction to Philosophy and Principles Workshop

We were delighted to have 80 people attend our first public workshop. We thank everyone who attended, and look forward to future gatherings.

did you know?

The Learning Centre can create custom workshops for your organization.

Contact Maryam for more information: maryam@froghollow.bc.ca

December 1, 2017

Play, the Arts and Education for Democracy

An insightful day of conversations, story-sharing and collaboration with Matt & Susan from Opal school.

A bar in shades of red and orange

 November 30

The Role of the Educator in Emergent Curriculum

An amazing evening with Matt & Susan from Opal school. The evening was full of lively discussions and participants got the chance to visist our two preschool rooms on site.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 16, 2017

Early Years Leaders Roundtables

Making Children Visible is one of the Learning Centre’s commitments. Our Early Years Leaders Roundtable is one of the ways we hope to bring those who are involved with direct work with children and those who are not, together to start conversations in public spaces.

We held our first Leaders Dialogue on November 16, 2017 in partnership with Capilano University and Capilano Children’s Centre. The topic was “Aesthetics and Pedagogy” and it was facilitated by Dr. Donal O’Donoghue of UBC and Dr. Cristina Delgado & Dr. Sylvia Kind of Capilano University. We were so fortunate to have a wide variety of leaders, including Robyn Newton from the City of Vancouver & Shaun Dacey, director of Richmond Art Gallery in our company.

A bar in shades of red and orange

November 8, 2017

Dialogue & Dessert

Dialogue & Dessert Roundtables are one of Frog Hollow’s initiatives to invite people in the community into childcare spaces.

Our first roundtable was held on November 8, 2017 and a very diverse group of people from the community – including parents, educators, teachers, professors, and professionals from public libraries, Fraser Health Licensing sector & Supported Child Development attending.

With the provocations of Dr. Christianne Hayward, the group discussed what it means to complexify the notion of the “competent child” that is now so easily spoken of among us.

A bar in shades of red and orange

September 28, 2017

The Hidden Life of Materials: Invitations, Provocations & The 100 Languages of Children

An evening of stories, collaboration, laughter and reflection. Thank you all for sharing your ideas and experiences in lively beautiful, innovative interactions.

We look forward to seeing you at our future events!

June 28, 2017

Reggio Emilia Approach – An Introduction to Philosophy and Principles Workshop

We were delighted to have 80 people attend our first public workshop. We thank everyone who attended, and look forward to future gatherings.