Innovations Volume 25, Number 1 | March 2018
This issue of Innovations begins with an article titled “The Relationship between Documentation and Design of the Environment in a Reggio-inspired School: Two Sides of a Coin” by Carol Anne Wien, professor emerita and senior scholar in the Faculty of Education at York University in Toronto, ON; Shelley van Benschop, an atelierista at The Bishop Strachan School (BSS) in Toronto, ON; and Anna Papageorgiou, a kindergarten teacher at BSS. Early in the article, the authors write:
This article explores how our understanding shifted, so that we now view documenting and design of the environment as complementary processes, and our responses to children possess a stronger and more connected quality. We describe how this understanding developed over the course of a school year . . . during which Francesca Georgioni, a teacher at the Choreia Infant-Toddler Center of the Panta Rei Social Cooperative in Reggio Emilia, Italy, worked at The Bishop Strachan School in Toronto, ON as a pedagogista.