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  • Inclusive curricula and educational practices: Presenting ISOTIS work at the ISCTE-University Institute of Lisbon

    Our colleague CecĂ­lia Aguiar (ISCTE) presented the work developed by the ISOTIS Curriculum and Pedagogy team at the CED Talks, ISCTE-University Institute of Lisbon, on January 12. The presentation addressed the analyses on inclusive curriculum, pedagogy, and school climate interventions, aiming to describe key features and conditions for success, both in early childhood education and […]

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  • Eating behaviors of children: Social inequities and the role of parental self-efficacy

    Eating behaviors of toddlers and young children: Social inequities and the mediating role of parental self-efficacy (Gesundheitsverhalten von Kleinkindern: Soziale Ungleichheit und die Bedeutung der elterlichen Selbstwirksamkeitserwartung) is an article authored by ISOTIS researchers Franziska Wilke and Yvonne Anders (Free University of Berlin), and colleagues. It is published in the journal Prävention und Gesundheitsförderung. “Results […]

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  • Children in a Digital World by UNICEF

    “The state of the world’s children 2017: Children in a digital world” is a recently released publication by UNICEF. It highlights that digital tools can offer children from diverse backgrounds opportunities to learn, socialize and make their voices heard. Read more about this publication. ISOTIS is working on a Virtual Learning Environment accessible for children, […]

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  • Article on practices for supporting migrant mothers in Milan

    “Mother-led integration: Discussion on two best practices in Milan for supporting migrant parenting on the female side” is the topic of the recently released paper authored by ISOTIS researcher Alessandra Mussi (University of Milano-Bicocca), published in the journal Formazione, Lavoro, Persona. This paper analyses the characteristics and importance of programs that support migrant motherhood as […]

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  • Article on evaluation of a nurse-led group support for mothers

    “Randomized controlled trial and economic evaluation of nurse-led group support for young mothers during pregnancy and the first year postpartum versus usual care” is an article published in Trials, authored by ISOTIS researchers Jacqueline Barnes, Edward Melhuish and colleagues. This article focused on the evaluation of the new intervention Group Family Nurse Partnership (gFNP), aimed […]

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