Fostering Intelligent Moderation in the Next Generation: Insights from Remida-Inspired Reuse Materials Education
The New Educator
Ecologically minded leaders and early childhood teacher educators offer a culturally significant shiny fish project in their community as a way to launch an environmental-material reuse project. Questioning if environmental collapse is imminent, their project investigation of developing a locally relevant Remida Reggio-inspired center serves as hope for reconceptualizing early childhood practices, offering innovations, and fostering intelligent moderation of earthly resources. Finding widening circles of influence and engaging participants are key to nurturing hope, and these educators draw implications to manifest a large and impactful vision and call to action.
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Will Parnell , Christine Downs & Julianne Cullen (2017): Fostering Intelligent Moderation in the Next Generation: Insights from Remida-Inspired Reuse Materials Education, The New Educator.