Reggio Emilia

(redirected from Reggio Emilia, Italy)

Reggio nell'E·mi·lia

 (nĕl′ĕ-mēl′yä) also Reggio Emilia
A city of north-central Italy west-northwest of Bologna, founded by Romans in the second century bc.

Reg′gio E•mi′lia

(əˈmil yə)
a city in N Italy. 129,725.
Also called Reg′gio nel`l'E•mi′lia (ˌnɛl ə-)
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Atalanta's Alejandro Gomez (right) celebrates after scoring against Everton in last night's UEFA Europa League Group E first leg clash at the Mapei Stadium in Reggio Emilia, Italy.
Revised from presentations at a July 2015 international workshop in Reggio Emilia, Italy, 14 papers explore how note taking became more common during early modern Europe and how people thought that was changing the way people thought.
The final will be played in Reggio Emilia, Italy on May 26, 2016.
Landi Renzo is a multinational company headquartered in Cavriago, Province of Reggio Emilia, Italy.
Lysaker provides background on the philosophy of teachers' work in Reggio Emilia, Italy, then presents the research chapters, which examine how children use play to develop literacy; English language learners and literacy; reading aloud to build a community; children's relationships with peers, materials, and home as thinking tools; how relationships support literacy learning; and the development of readers in a readers workshop.
Mendoza's "Thy Womb" will be screened at the 11th Asian Film Festival, to be held in Reggio Emilia, Italy, from April 6 to 11.
In November 2009, a 47-year-old man who had received a diagnosis of hepatitis C infection 8 months earlier sought treatment at Ospedale Santa Maria Nuova, Reggio Emilia, Italy.
Not far from Ravenna, the fifth-century center of late Roman mosaic art, a company based in Reggio Emilia, Italy, has re-energized the craft with unabashed creative freedom.
The paper is based on the knowledge acquired during the Dialogues on Education International Study Group organized by the Reggio Children and the Istituzione of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia on April 19-24, 2009 in Reggio Emilia, Italy, and comes from presentation by Antonia Monticelli and Tiziana Filippini, both educators of the Istituzione of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia.
This cultural value held by educators in Reggio Emilia, Italy, is quite different from that in the United States.
In June 2005, I had an exciting opportunity to see the schools in Reggio Emilia, Italy, that are well known for the phrase, "the hundred languages of children" (Edwards, Gandini, & Forman, 1993).