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  • Presentation on the experiences of parents with Turkish immigrant background

    ISOTIS researcher Hande Erdem (Freie Universität Berlin) presented part of her PhD project “Intersection of Ethno-cultural and Class based Identities in Educational Contexts: The Case of Turkish Immigrant Background Parents in Germany” at the Migration Conference, hosted by the University of Lisbon, on June 26. Visit the conference website This study is being developed by […]

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  • Educational Inequality Conference held at the University of Amsterdam

    ISOTIS researchers Herman van de Werfhorst and Jesper Rözer, both from the University of Amsterdam, integrated the team that organized the Educational Inequality Conference, held on 5-6th July. The team aimed to integrate studies that focus on mechanisms that explain how inequalities are created (e.g. in families, or in schools), and studies that focus on […]

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  • Portugal: Process quality in preschool classrooms serving children at-risk and with disabilities

    What does quality ECEC look like for centres serving children at-risk of poverty, social exclusion and children with disabilities? ISOTIS and CARE researchers Joana Cadima, Cecília Aguiar and Clara Barata examined the complex interplay of structural features and interactions between staff and children in Portuguese centres serving these populations. The title of the paper is: […]

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  • Online course – The Best Start in Life: Early Childhood Development for Sustainable Development

    We are happy to share the launching of the free online course “The Best Start in Life: Early Childhood Development for Sustainable Development”, from the SDG Academy. The course starts on September 24, 2018, and has a length of 8 weeks. The course will address questions such as: What does a successful early childhood care […]

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  • Shaping environments for motor development – International conference

    The Utrecht University, the Netherlands, will host the international conference: “Shaping environments for motor development”, on September 10-11. The following themes will be addressed: MOTOR DEVELOPMENT IN DIVERSE CULTURAL CONTEXTS – RESULTS OF A CROSS-CULTURAL PROJECT Keynote by Osnat Atun-Einy | Ora Oudgenoeg-Paz | Saskia van Schaik DEVELOPMENT CASCADES: ACTIVE INFANTS IN A RESPONSIVE WORLD […]

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