REGGIO EMILIA EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT AND ITS APPLICATION IN SOME PRESCHOOLS IN HANOI CITY
Keywords:Environment, Educational Environment, Education, Reggio Emilia
The educational environment is an important condition for the development of children. The educational environment contributes to the cultural identity and the philosophy of the educator creating that environment. Currently, in the world there are many different educational perspectives, with their characteristics, creating a rich and diverse early education with its own identity, Reggio Emilia is a typical example. Based on theoretical and practical research methods (quantitative combined with qualitative), the article presents the viewpoint, educational philosophy, characteristics of the Reggio Emilia educational environment, and the actual situation of applying the Reggio perspective. at some preschools in Hanoi today. Research results show that building an educational environment according to Reggio Emilia will help children to be confident, have a balanced and harmonious development between cognition and emotions, and feelings. However, the application of this concept in preschools in Hanoi is still not good, depending on many factors.
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