Faculty Member and Student Travel to Reggio Emilia
Kent State University at Tuscarawas faculty member Lisa Brindley, associate lecturer of Early Childhood Education, and her student Allison Bailey, an Early Childhood Education major, are participating in a study abroad opportunity in Italy to learn about the Reggio teaching method and how it is implemented.
Brindley’s participation is through her enrollment in Relational Learning and Bailey is enrolled in Educational Psychology. Both are credit classes in the Summer I session.
While on their trip, May 23 to June 13, they will travel to the city and school of Reggio Emilia, as well as Rome and Florence. When not in class both women are planning on sightseeing. When they return to campus in June, they will share details from their exciting trip. Have Fun Ladies!