Study Group Participants Survey Dear applicant, We are gathering information in order to best facilitate planning for the Canadian Study Tour to Reggio Emilia taking place in March 15-20, 20. These questions are intended to help us plan for and organize this experience. Any information collected is for our purposes only to support this planning, and will not be shared outside of this study group. We may, however, wish to share some information within the group, for example, to help local groups find and connect with one another. If you prefer to keep personal information private, please indicate so below. Personal Information Your First Name (required) Your Last Name (required) Your Address (required) Your City (required) Your Province (required) Your Phone Number (required) Your Email (required) May we share your name and contact information with other members of this Reggio Study Tour? YesNo Experience Have you participated in a study tour to Reggio Emilia before? If so, when? In a few words only, how would you describe your knowledge or understanding of the Reggio Emilia Approach? Please briefly describe your professional context Would you like us to know anything else about yourself? Travel What city will you travel from? Have you booked your accommodations in Reggio Emilia yet? YesNo If so, where are you staying? Are you interested in having a room-mate during your stay in Reggio Emilia? YesNo Would you be interested in information about pre-arranged travel from the airport in Bologna to your accommodations in Reggio Emilia? YesNo Other Would you be interested in participating in any cultural activities (at an additional charge, to be determined). Some examples: tour to a Parmesan cheese production site, Balsamic vinegar production site. YesNo Would you be interested in visiting Remida, if this can be arranged? YesNo Remida is a place that promotes the idea that waste materials can be resources. The Centre collects, displays, and distributes alternative and reclaimed materials obtained from the unsold stock and scrap materials of industrial production, with the aim to reinvent their use and meaning. (More information here) Do you have any particular questions about this study tour experience?