Getting your message out there ...
Daycarebear: This is an awesome search engine and it is FREE for everyone who uses it, lets you find homecare providers by postal code and then other special needs / request choices and lists in order of closest. Really saves parents time from contacting unsuitable locations about openings and it limits the provider to ONE active ad so it is less change of wasting time contacting the 'same provider' whose posted multiple ads with slightly different wordings and so forth.
London.kijiji : Again another local website that specials in online classifieds. It is of course FREE unless a poster chooses to 'bump or feature' their ad. However it can have many many ads to go through that are 'unsuitable' to your needs and therefore can be much harder to find as the 'search' by postal code feature is not always as accurate in the list it brings up and there are often 'multiple ads' from the same poster clogging up the feed on searchers.
GoDaycare: Another FREE option or everyone who uses it that can be searched by postal code.
Facebook: Facebook has a local to the London and surrounding area group that parents and providers can request to join in order to search for home based childcare.
Reggio Children website offers great resource for archived magazine articles and inspiring photos, international workshops and networking options
Wikipedia offers basics of the approach and has some great links
NAREA the North America Reggio Emelia Alliance offers inspired professional development, articles, etc. from North America perspective as it features educators and work being done 'here' verses in Italy.
ECE trainers website offers a great resource of books and professional development opportunities!
The Reggio Emelia Approach group on Facebook is a wealth of Interactive networking and collaborating!
If you are on LinkedIn the group Inspired by Reggio Emilia is also an amazing resource for networking and collaborating!
Interaction Imagination blog is a wonderful inspiration for reflection on our practice!
Do you have a favorite website, blog, resource you'd like to share ~ please let me know via email I love learning new things!