We are pleased to open registration for the 2017 Spring Symposium of
The Sabot Institute for Teaching and Learning!


April 20 - 22, 2017

Keynotes by:
Lella Gandini, the U.S. Liaison for the Dissemination of the Reggio Emilia Approach
Susan Harris MacKay, Director of Teaching and Learning, Opal School, Portland, Oregon (a public charter)

Presentations by:
Teacher-Researchers & Consultants Anna Golden, Sara Ferguson, Andrea Pierotti, Mary Driebe,
and Pam Oken-Wright

CEUs are available from the Center for Leadership in Education at University of Richmond.

April 20th, April 21st, and April 22nd

This three-day option includes:
  • A school-day observation of Reggio-inspired Preschool, Lower School, and Middle School classrooms on Thursday
  • Special session with Lella Gandini who will speak about the fundamentals of the Reggio Approach
  • Two days of Symposium events (details below)
Limited space available for the 3-day option!

April 21st and April 22nd

This two-day option includes:
  • Keynotes by Lella Gandini and Susan Harris MacKay
  • Studio Experiences
  • Forest Experiences
  • Tours of Classrooms
  • Conversations with Sabot at Stony Point Teacher-Researchers
  • Break-out workshops and presentations including: Nature as the Third Teacher and Cooperation vs. Collaboration 
Act quickly! The Symposium fills early!

COMMUNITY FORUM April 21st at 7:00 p.m.

Advocacy and Hope: The Voices of Richmond’s Young Citizens
This year, the Community Forum invites Richmond to listen to young citizens advocate for their rights and voice their hopes. The forum is open to Symposium participants and the community alike at no charge. 
Click here for registration and more information!
Sabot at Stony Point 3400 Stony Point Road Richmond, VA 23235
Phone: (804) 272-1341  |  Email: mgravett@sabotatstonypoint.org


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