Comparing EYFS and Reggio Emilia
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    Hi all,

    I'm feeling completely brain dead and don't know where to start on my latest assignment!

    I am to compare certain aspects of the EYFS and Reggio, but my working knowledge of the EYFS is limited (finally start childminding on Tuesday ) and my knowledge of Reggio is also limited. Does anyone know of any major similarities / differences so at least I know where to start.

    Thank you

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    You might find this document useful - the 2 approaches complement each other quite well with a few compromises along the way

    http://www.leics.gov.uk/using_the_re...e_learning.pdf

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    Thanks Sarah, that was interesting. I will be checking out some of the recommended books. x

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    Thank you Sarah, that has certainly pointed me in the right direction

 

 

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