Reggio Emilia is a town located in northern Italy, in the Emilia Romagna region. The educational proposal of Reggio Emilia reaches a set of 33 centers for small children (nidi and scuole dell'infanzia), which are run directly by the municipality of Reggio Emilia.




The Italian educator Loris Malaguzzi (1920-1994), the founder and precursor of the Reggio Emilia methodology, was influenced by leading psychologists such as Jean Piaget and Lev Vygotsky, John Dewey, and the Italians themselves, Maria Montessori , the sisters Agazzi and Bruno Ciari.




In addition to multiple currents of thought of social psychology, theories of complexity and neurosciences.


This experience has provided the development of a more careful and careful listening of the children's knowledge, the improvement of methods of observation and recording, and the strengthening of the sense of teamwork.