Reggio Inspired Emergent Curriculum & Constructivist Practices in Early Childhood Education

Dr. Broderick’s Publications & Presentations

Jane Tingle Broderick, Ed.D., M.A., BFA
Professor; Early Childhood Education
Department of Teaching and Learning
P.O. Box 70548
East Tennessee State University
Johnson City, TN 37614
423-439-7695
Email: broderic@etsu.edu

Co-Coordinator ETSU Early Childhood PhD Program         Coordinator ETSU Early Childhood Emergent Inquiry Certificate Program

Publications

Peer Reviewed Journals

Broderick, J. T. & Hong, Seong Bock Hong (2011). Introducing the Cycle of Inquiry System: A reflective inquiry practice for Early Childhood teacher development, Early Childhood Research and Practice, v. 13, n.2. [retrieve online at http://ecrp.uiuc.edu/v13n2/broderick.html]

Broderick, J.T. & Hong, S. B. (2005) Inquiry in Early Childhood Teacher Education: Reflections on practice, The Constructivist, vol. 16, no. 1, Fall 2005, http://www.odu.edu/educ/act/journal/vol16no1/index.html

Broderick, J. T. (2004) Initiating experiences with clay and drawing as dynamic conversations, Canadian Children, Spring, vol. 29, no. 2, pages 7-13.

Hong, S. B. & Broderick, J.T. (2003) Instant video revisiting for reflection: Extending the learning of children & teachers, Early Childhood Research and Practice, Spring 2003, http://ecrp.uiuc.edu/v5n1/index.html

Broderick, J. T. (2006). Chapters 4 & 5, as well as online appendices: The Many Forms of Art (sections, lesson plan, photographs, and terminology). In Isbell, R. & Raines, S., Creativity and the arts with young children. Clifton Park, NY: Thomson-Delmar Learning.

Reprint Volume – by Invitation from Publisher

Hong, S. B. & Broderick, J.T. (2005) Instant video revisiting for reflection: Extending the learning of children & teachers, in (eds.) Rod Parker-Rees and Jenny Willan, Early years in education: Major themes in education.Devon, England: Routledge

Conference Presentations

International

Broderick, J. T., Hong, S. B., & Garrett, M.D. (2013). An approach to making emergent curriculum more readily researched, taught, and implemented in the United States. The Association for Constructivist Teaching, NYC, NY.

Boggs, T. & Broderick, J. (2012). Utilizing constructivist principles in engaging young children with autism spectrum disorder. The Association for Constructivist Teaching, Johnson City, TN.

Broderick, J. T., Hong, S. B. & Garrett, M. (2102).  The Cycle of Inquiry System: A teacher development system for planning and implementation of emergent curriculum for pre-service and in-service teachers, National Association for the Education of Young Children, Professional Development Institute, Indianapolis, IN.

Broderick, J, T. & Garrett, M. D. (2011). Immersion into preschool preparation: A high school physics teacher looks at the creative development of young children through an emergent inquiry lens, Association for Constructivist Teaching, Houston, TX.

Broderick, J.T. & Hong, S. B.  (2010) Emergent Inquiry Curriculum: Building Threads of Inquiry, Association for Constructivist Teaching, Lisle/Naperville Hilton, Lisle, Illinois.

Hong, S. B. & Broderick, J.T. (October 2009) Reflective cycle of inquiry in Teaching: Developing reflective inquiry practice using the Cycle of Inquiry System, Association for Constructivist Teaching, Cintermex Center, Monterrey, Mexico.

Broderick, J. T. & Ashe, A. (October 2008). Using the Cycle of Inquiry System: Matching practice to belief, Association for Constructivist Teaching, ETSU, TN.

Broderick, J. T. & Hong, S. B. (October 2007).  Using the Cycle of Inquiry System: Training and measuring levels of representation and inquiry among pre-service and in-service teachers, Association for Constructivist Teaching, Berkeley, CA.

Broderick, J. T. (July 2006).  Advocacy, Diversity and Alliance for the Rights of Children: Documentation, Reflection and Transformation; Facilitator of Roundtable Research Group session. North American Reggio Emilia Alliance, Calgary, Canada. (Invited to be a Facilitator of Roundtable Research Group session).

Broderick, J. T. & Hong, S. B. (October 2004).  Inquiry-based early childhood curriculum development: Using materials to facilitate representation, Association for Constructivist Teaching, St. Louis, MO.

Broderick, J. T. & Hong, S. B. (October 2003).  Planning Inquiry Based Early Childhood Curriculum, Association for Constructivist Teaching, Norfolk, VA.

Broderick, J. T. & Hong, S. B. (October 2002).  Instant video revisiting with children to enhance their learning; Video “frames” as learning tools., Association for Constructivist Teaching, NYC, NY.

Broderick, J. T. & Hong, S. B. (October 2005).  Inquiry curriculum development: Transferring personal representation experiences to working with children, Association for Constructivist Teaching, Boston, MA.

National

Broderick, J. T., Hong, S.B., Garrett (2013) The Cycle of Inquiry System: A teacher development system for planning and implemention of emergent curriculum for pre-­service and in-­service teachers, NAEYC, Washington, DC.

Broderick, J. T. & Hong, S.B. (2010) Weaving ideas and materials through threads of emergent inquiry, NAEYC, Anaheim, California.

Broderick, J. T. & Ratliff, K. (November 2008).  The art of being: Relating our creativity to our practices with our selves, children, and teacher educators.  NAEYC, Dallas, TX.

Broderick, J. T. & Hong, S. B. (December 2005).  Inquiry-based early childhood curriculum development: Using Materials to Facilitate Representation, National Association for the Education of Young Children, Washington, DC.

Broderick, J. T. & Hong, S. B. (November 2003).  Instant video revisiting for reflection: Extending the learning of children and teachers, National Association for the Education of Young Children, NYC, NY.

Regional

(Oct 2013) From Administrator to Innovator: Transforming Programs to Support Reflective Teaching” Reflective Institute (served as facilitator)/

(July 2012) Learning Together with Infants and Toddlers” Reflective Institute with Deb Curtis & Harvest Resources, ETSU Early Childhood Conference. (served as facilitator).

Geiken, R. & Broderick, J. (2013) Keynote: From STEM to STEAM: Putting the Arts into Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, Head to Toe Infant – Toddler Institute; Appalachian Association for the Education of Young Children, Northeast State Community College, Blountville, TN.

Broderick, J. (2013).  Linking the natural world explorations of toddlers to Next Generation Science Standards,  Head to Toe Infant – Toddler Institute; Appalachian Association for the Education of Young Children, Northeast State Community College, Blountville, TN.

Broderick, J. T. (2012).  Elaborating on play through drawing, Early Childhood Development Annual Conference, ETSU, Johnson City, TN.

Broderick, J. (2009).  Observation analysis: Planning inquiry curriculum as continuous play.  Peachtree Presbyterian Preschool, Atlanta, GA.   (One of three keynote speakers)

Broderick, J. T. & Ratliff, K. (July 2009)  Reggio Inspired Track Sessions.  ETSU, Johnson City, TN. (Co-Facilitators of Roundtable Research Group sessions: Relationships; The Environment as a third teacher; Documentation

Broderick, J. T. and Ratliff, K (2009). The art of being: Relating our creativity to our practices with our selves and children, ETSU Annual Early Childhood Conference, Johnson City, TN.

Broderick, J. T.; Wiginton, B. (2008) Family’s time to play: Sharing with families about their child’s work, ETSU Annual Early Childhood Conference, Johnson City, TN.

Broderick, J.T. (2008) In Collaboration:  Sharing our Reggio inspired journeys and planning next steps, ETSU Annual Early Childhood Conference, Johnson City, TN.

Broderick, J.T., Cornelison, A.M., Huston, E. R. & Steadman, Y. (2007) From Inspiration to Practice:  Sharing our Views, ETSU Annual Early Childhood Conference, Johnson City, TN.

Morton, M., Turner, K., & Broderick, J.T. (2007) Reggio Inspirations: Sharing our beginnings, ETSU Annual Early Childhood Conference, Johnson City, TN.

Breig-Allen, C. & Broderick, J.T. (2007) Facilitating Reggio: Connections between universities and early childhood classrooms, ETSU Annual Early Childhood Conference, Johnson City, TN.

Broderick, J.T., Matson, J., Lodien, L., & Steadman, Y. (2007) Assimilating Reggio:  Our processes of extending a project from one group to another as children loop to new classrooms, ETSU Annual Early Childhood Conference, Johnson City, TN.

Broderick, J.T., Breig-Allen, C. (2007) In Collaboration:  Sharing our Reggio inspired journeys and planning next steps, ETSU Annual Early Childhood Conference, Johnson City, TN.

Broderick, J.T., Morton, M., Wood, A., Shadden, K. (2005) Beautiful Stuff: creativity and  learning possibilities with everyday found objects, ETSU Annual Early Childhood Conference, Johnson City, TN. (I invited 3 undergraduate students to present with me using information they learned in ECED 3150 Creative Development of Young Children).

Broderick, J.T., & Hong, S. B. (2004) Instant Video Revisiting for Reflection: Extending the Learning of Children and Teachers, ETSU Annual Early Childhood Conference, Johnson City, TN.

Broderick, J.T.(2003) Innovative Constructivist Practice Inspired by the Schools of Reggio Emilia, Italy, Raritan Valley Community College Annual Early Childhood Conference, Raritan, NJ. (Keynote).

Presentations and Workshops

Broderick, J. T.(August 2007). Documentation: Focusing Inquiry on Creative
Explorations. Two-day workshop with staff of Prospect Latin School and two schools near them interested in Reggio-inspired practice, Louisville, KY.

Broderick, J. T. (August 2006). Documentation, Materials, & Environment.
Two-day workshop with staff of Prospect Latin School, Louisville, KY.

Broderick, J. T. (February 2006). Emergent Reggio Inspired Curriculum;
Presentation to undergraduate / graduate assessment course, ECED Program, UNC, Asheville.

Broderick, J. T. (January 2006). Provocation and planning for emergent
curriculum through observation and inquiry.Two-day workshop with staff of Prospect Latin School, Louisville, KY.

Broderick, J. T, (March 2005). Reggio Inspired Practice. Presentation for the
Greater Bristol Early Childhood Association.

Broderick, J. T.(2003). The Power of Materials in Learning.One-day workshop
with the Child Development Center Staff; University of Michigan, Dearborn, MI

Broderick, J.T. (1998). Art as Play in Early Childhood Development. Presentation
for Early Childhood Education Program’s Play Development Course; Keene State College, Keene, NH.

Broderick, J. T. (1998). Assessment in Art Education.Presentation for Art
Therapy Program Students, Springfield College, Springfield, MA, 1998

Broderick, J. T. (1998). Mask Making: An Introduction to Creativity Theory.1998

Broderick, J.T.(2002). Reggio Inspired Practice, Graduate Weekend Seminar,
Vermont College of the Union Institute & University, Brattleboro Center, VT.

Broderick, J.T.(1997). Mask Making: An Introduction to Creativity Theory,
Graduate Weekend Seminar, Vermont College of the Union Institute & University, Brattleboro Center, VT.

Broderick, J.T.(1996). Inside Eyes, Outside Eyes: Valuing Vision and Arts in
Education, Graduate Weekend Seminar, Vermont College of the Union Institute & University, Brattleboro Center, VT.
Masters thesis presentation

Broderick, J.T.(1995). Drawing a Focus: Understanding the Stages of Creativity,
Graduate Weekend Seminar, Vermont College of the Union Institute & University, Brattleboro Center, VT.