The Innovative Teacher Project: Inviting Dialogue with Families:
Saturday, January 19, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Cow Hollow (cowhollowschool.org) will be hosting the opening Innovative Teacher Project Roundtable for 2013. There will be two presentations from Cow Hollow educators and families. After the roundtable there will be a tour the the school. Please e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), for more information.
Thanks to those of you who have already signed up for the Round Table on 1/19 and I look forward to seeing you there. I wanted to send out a quick note to let you know that the event will not be held at Cow Hollow School, but at The Futures Without Violence Building in the Presidio a couple of streets over on 100 Montgomery, SF, CA 94129. If you have not signed up and notice it is full, I believe we will have a few more spots available soon. Also, you will have the option when you arrive to sign up for a tour of the school after the event. We will have one 2 tours for 25 people each - space is limited and will be on a first come first served basis. One tour will be held at 1pm and one at 2pm. You can walk over from the event easily. I recommend for those of you attending the 1pm tour that you pack a lunch and eat in the beautiful Presidio, those touring at 2pm will be able to drive over to either Lombard or Union Streets or the Presidio Social Club to have lunch.
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Heather Morado, ITP Executive Director
Like the citizens of Reggio Emilia, Italy, The Innovative Teacher Project (ITP) strives to create a culture of dialogue and research in Northern California that promotes the pleasure of inquiry among children and adults. The cornerstone of the Reggio philosophy is an image of the child as competent, strong, inventive and full of potential – subjects with rights instead of needs. For the past twenty years, ITP has offered opportunities for others interested in supporting the potential in children to collaborate, formulate personal interpretations, hypotheses and ideas about teaching, learning and living.