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Innovations Volume 26, Number 3 | September 2019

Innovations Volume 26, Number 3 | September 2019

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The topic of this third peer-reviewed issue of Innovations is “Exploring the Relationship Between Educational Research and Professional Development.” Educational research as professional development is one of the most crucial concepts for breathing life into schools. The role of educational research is described in the publication Indications: Preschools and Infant-toddler Centres of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia as:

Shared research between children and adults is a priority practice of everyday life, an existential and ethical approach necessary for interpreting the complexity of the world, of phenomena, of systems of co-existence, and is a powerful instrument of renewal in education. (Istituzione of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia, 2010, pp. 11-12)

Vea Vecchi also contributes an article titled “A Fascinating Profession: For a democracy of knowledge.” She suggests, “that the attitude of research, the progettazione, and the perception that your work is continuously evolving, can make the teacher’s work interesting and, especially with certain projects, exciting and fun.”

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