How diverse parents are supporting and engaging their children?
The ISOTIS team interviewed linguistically and culturally diverse parents about their views and experiences related to their children’s education. In the video below, ISOTIS researcher Katrin Wolf (Free University of Berlin) and coordinator Paul Leseman (Utrecht University) tell us how these parents are supporting and engaging their children. The researchers also highlight experiences shared by […]Read More
Interview with ISOTIS researchers / Interview over ISOTIS, meertaligheid en een carrière in de wetenschap
ISOTIS coordinator Paul Leseman and ISOTIS researcher Ryanne Francot (Utrecht University) gave an interview to the journal DUB, the independent news site of Utrecht University. They talked about ISOTIS, multilingualism and a career in science. Regarding the use of multiple languages, Paul Lesemen referred that: “Research shows that multilingualism trains your brain, that it results in […]Read More
How to promote diverse children’s sense of belongingness to schools?
The importance of children’s sense of belongingness in inclusive classrooms and schools is highlighted in the ISOTIS inventory on promising curriculum, pedagogy, and social climate interventions. Click here to read the full inventory. Watch ISOTIS researcher Cecília Aguiar (ISCTE-IUL) explaining how the sense of belongingness of linguistically and culturally diverse children can be promoted. She […]Read More
ISOTIS report highlights the importance of trusting relationships in programmes focused on family and parenting support
ISOTIS releases a new report of promising or successful programmes focused on family and parenting support. Our team studied programmes implemented in England, Germany, the Netherlands, and Portugal. The goal was to shed light on how these programmes overcomed existing challenges, and ensured high outreach and process quality. According to the report, one of the […]Read More
New video on coordinating services for children and families
The coordination of services for children and families can promote equality and inclusiveness. ISOTIS researcher Jacqueline Barnes (University of Oxford) explains how the coordination of services can make a difference in the lives of culturally and linguistically diverse children and families. The researcher also tells us about factors that can facilitate successful practices in this […]Read More
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