IDEA Learning Report

IDEA Learning Report: Covering April 2013 - January 2014

As a Reggio Emilia teacher makes visible the learning and conversations she sees unfolding in an early childhood classroom, this Learning Report is an invitation into the documentation, stories, and learning coming from the experiences of the IDEA Community over the past several months. Our first audience is those engaged with IDEA, with the hope that our learning is also useful for individuals, communities, organizations, and policy-makers around the United States and Puerto Rico working to advance meaningful learning to build a more just and sustainable society.

Download now: IDEA Learning Report April 2013 - January 2014


Highlights:

The report is divided into three sections. The first section looks at IDEA’s contribution to educational change, the second focuses on the strategies we pursue and our successes and challenges within those strategies, and the final section considers the organizational practices that guide IDEA’s work.


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learning, research, community organizing, idea, storytelling, showcasing

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