EECERA 29th Conference


Event Details


The EECERA 29th Conference will be hosted by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, in Greece.

Participants will present results and ideas on state-of-the-art research around the topic "Early Years: Making it Count’".

ISOTIS researchers will conduct presentations on the following topics at the conference.

Self-organised symposiums

TACKLING LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL BARRIERS IN SUPERDIVERSE ENVIRONMENTS. THE ISOTIS MULTILINGUAL VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR PARENTAL SUPPORT, CURRICULUM INNOVATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Chair: Paul Leseman, Utrecht University, Netherlands

- Multilingualism and global competence in pre- and primary schools. The ISOTIS digital platform prototype
Giulia Pastori (1), Andrea Mangiatordi (1), Valentina Pagani (1), Alice Sophie Sarcinelli (1), Jana Obrovska (2), Lenka Kissovà (2), Zuzana Lenhartova (2), Joana Cadima (3), Gil Nata (3), Kostantinos Tsioumis (4), Kostantinos Vasiliadis (4), (1) University Of MIlan-Bicocca, Italy; (2) Masaryk University, Czech Republic; (3) University of Porto, Portugal; (4) Hellenic Open Unversity, Greece

- Design and implementation of ICT-based parent interventions to support parents with young children in linguistically diverse contexts. The ISOTIS virtual learning environment for families.
Katharina Ereky-Stevens (1), Kateřina Sidiropulu Janků (2), Mareike Trauernicht (3), Juliane Schünke (3), Mirjam Pardijs (4), Giulia Pastori (5), Alice Sophie Sarcinelli (5), (1) University of Oxford, United Kingdom; (2) Marsaryk University, Czech Republic; (3) Freie University Germany, Germany; (4) Wise & Munro, Netherlands; (5) University of Milan Bicocca, Italy

- Professional development aimed at enhancing professionals' intercultural competences using a virtual learning environment.
Pauline Slot (1), Jerome Mbiatong (2), Gil Nata (3), Joana Cadima (3), Sofia Guichard (3), Ryanne Francot (1), Bodine Romijn (1), Mirjam Pardijs (4), Valentina Pagani (5), Giulia Pastori (5), (1) Utrecht University, Netherlands; (2) Université Paris-Est Créteil, France; (3) University of Porto, Portugal; (4) Wise & Munro, Netherlands; (5) University Milano-Bicocca, Italy

 

PARENTAL INVESTMENTS IN CHILDREN'S LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT
Chair: Paul Leseman, Utrecht University, Netherlands

- Parental wellbeing as a buffer of material deprivation: Differential results for four disadvantaged groups of families
Katrin Wolf (1), Ryanne Francot (2), Paul Leseman (2), Yvonne Anders (1), (1) Freie University, Germany; (2) Utrecht University, Netherlands

- Parent-preschool partnerships: Families with a migrant background in Europe
Ryanne Francot (1), Martine Broekhuizen (1), Katharina Ereky-Stevens (2), Thomas Moser (3), (1) Utrecht University,
Netherlands; (2) University of Oxford, United Kingdom; (3) University College of Southeast Norway, Norway

- Greek Roma home environment: What kind of activities are available to Roma children?
Ioanna Strataki, Konstantinos Petrogiannis, Hellenic Open University, Greece

 

Individual Paper Symposiums

Preschool children's views on inclusion. The ISOTIS international participatory research with and for children
Giulia Pastori (1), Itala Ballaschk (2), Kari Anne Jørgensen (3), Lenka Kissová (4), Konstantinos Petrogiannis (5), Jana Obrovska (4), Geir Winje (3), Olga Wysłowska (6), Alice Sophie Sarcinelli (1), Valentina Pagani (1), (1) University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy; (2) Freie University Berlin, Germany; (3) University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway; (4) Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic; (5) Hellenic Open University, Greece; (6) University of Warsaw, Poland

Professional competencies of staff members in family support programmes 
Franziska Cohen (1), Mareike Trauernicht (1), Ryanne Francot (2), Martine Broekhuizen (2), Yvonne Anders (1), (1) Freie University, Germany; (2) Universiteit Utrecht, Netherlands

Integrated services to support children and families: Perspectives of service providers and coordinators
Catarina Leitào, Joana Guerra, Clara Barata, University of Coimbra, Portugal

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