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Kalimat Group and Reggio Children strengthen partnership

by | Jun 26, 2024 | News

Through their shared efforts in advancing innovative educational practices and reading materials, Kalimat Group and Reggio Children – Italy have solidified their partnership through the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). This collaboration marks a milestone after six years of successful cooperation, setting the stage for enhanced educational initiatives and mutual growth to the betterment of children in their respective regions and beyond.

 

The MoU outlines a commitment from Kalimat Group to organise seminars, exhibitions as well as ateliers (workshops) in collaboration with the educational centre based in Reggio Emilia, Italy. Furthermore, the agreement includes the translation, publication, or distribution of at least five Reggio Children publications, all under the supportive guidance of the Italian institution.

 

The collaboration between the entities from Sharjah and Italy represents another momentous step forward in their shared mission to revolutionise education through cross-cultural partnerships and innovation. By publishing quality material and creating highly effective learning experiences, Kalimat Group and Reggio Children aim to empower children and educators to reach their full potential.

 

 

This agreement is another benchmark in their long-standing and successful partnership, and aligns with the vision of Bodour Al Qasimi, Founder and CEO of the Kalimat Group, who has been instrumental in fostering numerous joint projects, research initiatives, and educational programs aimed at enriching the learning experiences of children and educators.

 

The MoU reinforces a continual dedication of the two entities to enhancing learning experiences for children and educators, and furthering their mutual goals of promoting quality publications, innovative educational practices and research.

 

Reggio Children promotes, gives value and defends the wealth of knowledge developed, in more than 65 years, by the infant toddler centres and preschools of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia, a city in northern Italy. This experience is known as the Reggio Emilia Approach®

 

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