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Keynote Speakers from Reggio Emilia 
Claudia Giudici, President of Reggio Children 
Marina Mori, Tutor teacher – Reggio Children collaborator












克劳迪娅·吉迪西, 意大利瑞吉欧教育中心主席

Claudia Giudici, President of Reggio Children


From 1995 to 2007 Claudia worked as Pedagogista of the Istituzione Preschools and Infant-toddler Centres – Municipality of Reggio Emilia, of which she was President from 2009 to 2016.

In February 2016 she was appointed President of Reggio Children s.r.l., where she has been working since 1996 in the field of research and professional development and where she was also a member of the Board of Directors since 2011.

Claudia has coordinated, participated and collaborated in different research projects with Universities and Research Centres in Italy and abroad (among which Harvard University, New Hampshire University, Chicago University, University of Milano - Bicocca, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, CARE-European Early Childhood Education and Care, ISOTIS-Inclusive Education and Social Support to Tackle Inequalities in Society), in particular in the following fields: didactics, children’s learning processes, assessment in education, pedagogical documentation, family participation.

She was in a working team of the Ministry of Education and University for the assessment and the reform of services for children from 2 to 3 years of age. She was also part of working groups created in the same field of collaboration to elaborate on the reform of the National law for the educational services 0-6 years.

Claudia also gives lectures at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia where she is Professor of Psychopedagogy in the Department of Education and Humanities.

She speaks and lectures at many conferences, seminars, professional development events in Italy and abroad. Her articles have appeared in international journals and magazines and she collaborated and still collaborates in different publishing projects, including:


  • Giudici C. and Krechevsky M., Rinaldi C., (eds), Making Learning Visible: Children as individual and group learners, Reggio Emilia–Cambridge: Reggio Children and Project Zero, 2001;
  • Giudici C. and Vecchi V. (eds), Children, Art, Artists. The expressive languages of children, the artistic language of Alberto Burri, Reggio Emilia: Reggio Children, 2004;
  • Filippini T., Giudici C. and Vecchi V. (eds), Dialogues with places, Reggio Emilia: Reggio Children, 2008;
  • Cagliari P., Castagnetti M., Giudici C., Rinaldi C., Vecchi V. and Moss P. (eds), Loris Malaguzzi and the Schools of Reggio Emilia. A selection of his writings and speeches, 1945-1993, London and New York: Routledge, 2016;
  • Cagliari P. and Giudici C., “Pedagogy has children's voice. The educational experience of the Reggio Emilia municipal infant-toddler centres and preschools”, in Fleer M. and van Oers B. (eds), International Handbook of Early Childhood Education, Cham: Springer (forthcoming).


克劳迪娅·吉迪西(Claudia Giudici)是意大利瑞吉欧教育中心(Reggio Children)的主席。克劳迪娅参与了各项关于教育空间规划和设计的研究,并参与了多个出版项目。最具代表性的作品有《儿童作为个人和集体学习者》、《儿童、艺术、艺术家》、《儿童的表达语言》、《阿尔贝托·布里的艺术语言》、《与地方对话》等。


此前,她曾在瑞吉欧·艾米利亚市属婴幼儿早教中心和幼儿学校担任教育协调员,在洛里斯·马拉古兹国际中心(Loris Malaguzzi International Center)的文献与研究中心(Documentation and Research Center)担任心理教育协调员。她还曾担任过市属婴幼儿早教中心和幼儿学校的校长。








Marina Mori



Marina taught from 1973 to 1980 in five different preschools of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia. From 1980 to 2007, she taught in the Diana preschool, where she had the privilege to work next to Professor Loris Malaguzzi from 1980 to 1993.


From 2007 to 2013 she worked as a tutor teacher directly with teachers of all the Preschools and some Infant-toddlers centres of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia.



  • in professional development projects with preschools of other municipalities of the Reggio Emilia Province (for example “Thinking with hands” ) and the rest of Italy (“Identities in dialogue”, a project in collaboration with the Municipality of Turin);


  • with Reggio Children in the occasion of study groups from Italy and abroad and in other professional development and research projects (for example Unicredit Bank, Alessi Study Centre);


  • in Ray of light Atelier workshops with subjects, for example, Feltrinelli and the Triennale di Milano;
  • in projects that are displayed in the exhibitions The Hundred Languages of Children, Children, arts, artists, The Wonder of Learning;


  • in projects from the books “Children, spaces, relations”, “Making learning visible” and in resources published by Diana preschool;


  • with Remida in several professional development initiatives and local events;


  • Participation as speaker in several conferences and seminars around the world (Cyprus, Sweden, UK, Portugal, Germany, Peru, Colombia, Mexico, Australia, Japan)


She is one of the teacher protagonists of the video “Everyday Utopias. A day in a preschool”, a documentation from the exhibition “The Wonder of Learning”.


Since 2010 she has been collaborating in the construction, development, maintenance, and conduction of permanent City Ateliers at the Loris Malaguzzi International Centre.




Jane McCall



Jane has lived and worked in Reggio Emilia for many years and has collaborated as an independent translator to Reggio Children for both study schools and study groups as well as translation of written materials. This ongoing work, over many years has supported Jane in building up respectful relationships with the Pedagogiste and Atelieriste in the Municipal Infant and Toddler centres and Preschools which is so important in supporting our own understanding of conference content.

Jane’s son attends the primary school within the Loris Malaguzzi International Centre. Her work includes the revision and re-working of translated materials for the new edition of the Exhibition One City Many Children, which was launched to the public in February 2014.


Jane在瑞吉欧生活和工作了多年,她曾作为独立译者为前来瑞吉欧参观学习的学校、组织提供翻译服务,同时,她也会翻译一些书面材料。得益于这项工作,Jane与市属婴幼儿早教中心和幼儿学校的教师和工作室建立了友好的关系。她还为2014年2月向公众开放的展览One City Many Children修订了最新译稿。Jane的翻译与支持,将会帮助参会者更好的理解本次会议。

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