Innovations Volume 26, Number 4 | December 2019
This issue of Innovations focuses on communities that see reflection interconnected with learning and the possibility of transformation. As Loris Malaguzzi (1993) stated, “Our aim is to make a school that is a place of research, learning, revisiting, reconsideration, and reflection” (p. 9).
When done with others in a learning community, reflection creates opportunities to develop deeper understandings of experiences. Reflection is an important way to end the year and decade as we consider how to relaunch into the future that lies ahead.
An article from the Mimosa School in Johannesburg, South Africa beautifully describes a community project in which a closed road transforms into a space for people and experiences.