Making Learning Visible: Understanding, Documenting, and Supporting Individual and Group Learning
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Project Zero and Reggio Children. (2001). Making Learning Visible: Children as Individual and Group Learners. Reggio Emilia, Italy: Reggio Children.

Project Zero, Cambridgeport Children's Center, Cambridgeport School, Ezra H. Baker School, & John Simpkins School. (2003). Making Teaching Visible: Documenting Individual and Group Learning as Professional Development. Cambridge, MA: Project Zero.


Krechevsky, M., & Stork, J. (2000). Challenging Educational Assumptions: Lessons from an Italian-American Collaboration. Cambridge Journal of Education, 30(1) 57-74.

Krechevsky, M., Mardell, B., & Seidel, S. (2002, December 4). Diversity and Progressive Education: How Italian Preschools are Proving Dewey's American Detractors Wrong. Education Week, pp. 36, 38.

Turner, T., & Krechevsky, M. (2003). Who Are the Teachers? Who Are the Learners? Educational Leadership, 60(7), 40-43. (To make inquiries about acquiring copies of this article, please contact the publisher, the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.)

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