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Artsy Planet


From Art to Life, Learn Something about Everything

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Artsy Planet


From Art to Life, Learn Something about Everything

About us

Artsy Planet® (AP) is an art-centred academy with the aim to promote and disseminate high quality early childhood education worldwide. At AP, we base our efforts on the fundamental values and principles of the Reggio Emilia approach, and endeavour to support ongoing connections among artists, educators, students and parents.

 

expressing

  • Children deserve to be listened to
  • Children learn through multi-modal experiences of touching, moving, listening and observing

understanding

  • Children have an intrinsic desire to learn and limitless imaginative capabilities 
  • Children need to be active learners; they need to solve problems and make creative choices.

engaging 

  • Children learn socially and collaboratively
  • Children learn best when they are inspired and in an environment that promotes a spirit of joy
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Our Services


"We have only begun to invent what will be possible...science has opened the door, but artistry and imagination will take us through it." Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft

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Our Services


"We have only begun to invent what will be possible...science has opened the door, but artistry and imagination will take us through it." Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft

We provide an innovative studio-based learning and development experience for children aged 3-9 years. Specifically, we offer professionally developed curricula that focus on cultivating children’s intrinsic motivation to explore and learn. The curricula also encourage children to build relations with the inclusive world, think creatively and critically, and develop artistic skills. Our program is committed to exposing children to multi-modal ways of working through exposure to inspirational artists and artworks, diverse two and three-dimensional materials and mediums of art including drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, assemblage, collage and mixed media work. Our program is based on an adaptation of the exemplary teaching approach known as Reggio Emilia. Our teachers are experienced art educators who have received specialized training in early artistic development and the Reggio Emilia approach.

In addition, we provide customized teacher training, curriculum development and teaching environment setup services and consultations.

 
 
 
 

 
 
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Reggio Emilia Approach


The Reggio Emilia approach was hailed in Newsweek magazine as the best early childhood education model in the world, "an international role model", "Pioneering" and "outstanding".

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Reggio Emilia Approach


The Reggio Emilia approach was hailed in Newsweek magazine as the best early childhood education model in the world, "an international role model", "Pioneering" and "outstanding".

Reggio Emilia is a city in northern Italy that locates in a province by the same name. Collaborating with the local community, the educator and psychologist Loris Malaguzzi built schools and an innovative approach to education from the ground up in 1946. This studio-based approach is now recognized around the world as one of the leading methods for early childhood and primary education.

The Reggio Emilia approach to education begins with a particular and strong image of children, of adults, of education, and of life, and flows from a set of guiding principles. This unique approach is committed to creating learning environments and opportunities that enhance and cultivate a child’s development by fully engaging the 100 languages of a child, which refer to the multiple intelligences and expressive, communicative and cognitive capacities of all children.  This compelling studio-based approach is the foundation of our unique AP curricula.

 

 

Reggio Emilia, Italy

Reggio Emilia, Italy

Our task, regarding creativity, is to help children climb their own mountains, as high as possible. No one can do more.
— Loris Malaguzzi, founder of the Reggio Emilia approach