Learning Spaces - Kindergarten
In K we divide the learning spaces into areas called Centers that are naturally delineated, without walls or obstacles, each with a different proposal.
Both space and the way of learning and teaching are at the service of learning. Children rotate in centers where their multiple intelligences are stimulated. The materials of each Center have a purpose, an invitation and are chosen to provoke new learning.
The spaces are considered a "third teacher" and reflect some concepts of Reggio philosophy such as aesthetics, organization and provocation. The care and attention we give to the organization of space stimulates imagination, creativity and exploration.
We make the thinking process visible through the Documentation - both written and Project works - that can be seen exposed on walls and special places.