Join educators from Reggio Children and other world renowned experts for this conference with sessions offered in English or Mandarin


A unique opportunity to engage with experts of the Reggio Approach, hailed as the world's best practice in education.


Venue: Orchard Hotel, Singapore 

Date: 26th - 27th October 2018, Friday-Saturday

Guest of Honor: Mr Seah Kian Peng
MP for Marine Parade GRC
Chairman, GPC (Social & Family Development  

Conference Fee:  

Early Bird S$650 (till 15 September 2018)

S$800 for 2 days

10% discount on group bookings (at least 20 participants from the same organisation) Email us at 

Who is it for?

Educators, policy makers, parents, students and all who are passionate about supporting the learning and development of K-12 students are welcome.

What is it about?

One Hundred Languages is a pedagogical approach which sets the foundation for deep communication between educators and K-12 students. Communication which transcends language and is rooted in a broader understanding of children's’ approaches to thinking and acting. When grounded in the Reggio Approach the educators role is to open possibilities; for inquiry, for communication, for learning, for participation and for social justice.


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".... ignited a desire to initiate a deep dialogue of reflection to understand what Reggio meant to our practices in Asia. We returned inspired to motivate our colleagues, infect them with our passion for Bambini and inspire our children to reach their individual excellence."
- Dr. Arun Arora, Chairman of Edvance Pre-Schools, India


“The Reggio Emilia approach is something I have always been intrigued about. When I stepped into the pre-schools in Reggio Emilia, this philosophy came to life. I felt deeply inspired by the environment. Since then, I have been able to bring back some ideas and put into practice what I learnt. "
- Ms Denise Teo, Principal



- Carol Yang, Educator

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