"Learning is the key factor in which a new way of teaching should be based, becoming a complementary resource to the child and offering multiple options, suggestive ideas, and sources of support.

Learning and teaching should not stand on opposite banks and just watch the water flow by; instead, they should embark together on a journey down the river.

Through an active, reciprocal exchange, teaching can strengthen learning how to learn."                                                               


Loris Malaguzzi                                                               


History, Ideas, and Philosophy, an interview with Lella Gandini in The Hundred Languages of Children, The Reggio Emilia Approach-Advanced Reflections, 1998, Ablex Publication, Westport, CT pp.83

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