Delta Kappa Gamma program discusses motivational teaching

  • Laura Beltchenko shares characteristics of Reggio Emilia thinking at a presentation given Oct. 6 at Libertyville Centre Club.

    Laura Beltchenko shares characteristics of Reggio Emilia thinking at a presentation given Oct. 6 at Libertyville Centre Club. Courtesy of Rosemary Troxel

 
 
Updated 10/18/2021 1:04 PM

Laura Beltchenko, a veteran educator with a passion for student motivation and engagement in all things literacy, recently presented a free program sponsored by the Alpha Nu chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma at Libertyville Centre Club.

Delta Kappa Gamma is an international society of women educators.

 

The Reggio Emilia inspired classroom believes that children possess a hundred languages; that is, a hundred ways of knowing, thinking, expressing and understanding.

The presentation shared how these ideas and methods can be used to enrich current classroom settings while adding curiosity and wonder to the life of a child.

To learn more about Delta Kappa Gamma or Reggio Emilia, email lbeltchenko@gmail.com

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