Here's Anne Meade speaking at the national Reggio Emilia network meeting last weekend.
The twice yearly meeting of regional representatives from REANZ-Networks in Northland, Auckland, Taranaki, Manawatu, Wellington, Christchurch and Southland took place on Saturday February 27th’. Mark Tesar from the University of Auckland provoked our thinking about research with children. The thought that keeps coming into my head from Mark's presentation is 'if we are going to ask children for their ideas about change and if we value their opinions, we have to be prepared and willing to make change as a result of listening to them'. Something that might be harder to do than we think!