scintillae – play and learning in the digital age is an experimental research project on play and learning in the digital age, fruit of a collaboration between the Fondazione Reggio Children – Centro Loris Malaguzzi and The LEGO Foundation
scintillae aims to create and offer contexts where the expressive potential of play and digital tools generate ideas, connections and new knowledge. The project is based on the assumption that the playful dimension is part of every day learning and that children actively build, through reciprocity and sharing, a model of the world through play.
In our digital age, scintillae represents a learning context characterized by a natural and playful approach to digital technology, where the physical and digital worlds interact, creating unexpected and unusual encounters for learning, designing and building knowledge and images together.
scintillae is also an active research space, a virtual meeting-place where researchers and educators from all over the world can meet, encouraging peer-to-peer connections, collaborations and networks.