Paul Leseman (ISOTIS coordinator): What is the mission and approach of ISOTIS?
ISOTIS is a collaborative project funded by the European Union within the Horizon 2020 program, which includes 17 partners and 11 countries. The project started in January 2017, and will continue until December 2019.
ISOTIS aims to contribute to effective policy and practice development at different system levels in order to effectively combat early arising and persisting educational inequalities. ISOTIS addresses actions at the levels of parent and family support, curriculum and pedagogy development, professional development, inter-sectoral services coordination, and education policy.
This project builds on the strengths and potential of culturally and linguistically diverse families and communities, by giving them a voice in how to adapt early education systems and support services. Creating an inclusive society with an inclusive and effective education, and support system seems a most promising strategy to tackle inequalities. Join us!
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ISOTIS researchers Kateřina Janků and Jana Obrovská, Masaryk University, presented "Multilingual children in monolingual trap", at the conference "School as a way to human dignity (?)", Nov 22, Brno. Find out more about the conference: https://t.co/D6wWoaHkkh https://t.co/v6MqF7yLa2
With the goal of asking for cooperation to recruit families to participate in our interview study, researcher Hande Erdem contacted the Föderation Türkischer Elternvereine in Deutschland, Türkischer Elternverein Berlin Brandenburg and Bundesverband der Migrantinnen in Deutschland https://t.co/TNb7ahejrG
How can a Virtual Learning Environment support interaction between professionals, parents and children in intercultural and multilingual settings? This topic was addressed by ISOTIS researcher Ryanne Francot and colleagues at the 6th ECCESS seminar, Utrecht University, on Nov 9. https://t.co/BxM6oo5ix7
On November 29th, the ISOTIS team from the University of Warsaw - Olga Wysłowska, Małgorzata Karwowska-Struczyk, Kamila Wichrowska, and Justyna Pałczyńska - presented the project to academic teachers, students and researchers at the Department of Pedagogy of the same University. https://t.co/spumCVQwKR