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Explore more ways for teaching with Reggio-inspired methods

A response to the questions about and reactions to Julianne Wurm's Working in the Reggio Way, this book combines research and insights to explore even more aspects of Reggio-inspired practices. It includes a discussion about Wurm's decade-long journey and experiences working in Reggio Emilia schools, examines the challenges American educators encounter, dissects assemblea and sopratutto—overarching lessons from inside the schools of Reggio—and more. This book will guide your journey to work in Reggio-inspired ways.

About Julianne P. Wurm

Julianne Wurm is the author of a best-selling Working in the Reggio Way: A Beginner's Guide for American Teachers, which is based on the original research she conducted while living in Italy and studying the famous schools of Reggio Emilia. She began her career as a member of Teach for America, teaching in inner-city Houston, East Los Angeles, and the Bronx, New York. She taught for 10 years and more..