ISOTIS Newsletter w języku polskim – Październik / ISOTIS Newsletter in Polish – October
Najnowszy Newsletter projektu ISOTIS jest już dostępny w języku Polskim. Do pobrania tu: NEWSLETTER ISOTIS – PAŹDZIERNIK 2018 http://www.isotis.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/ISOTIS-Newsletter-October-2018_PL.pdf The latest ISOTIS Newsletter is now available in Polish. Download it via the link above.Read More
How to promote diverse children’s feeling of belonging in the preschool?
In the preschool, many groups have children from different cultural backgrounds or who speak a different language at home. To ensure that all children feel seen and heard, and that they belong to the group, ISOTIS researcher Pauline Slot (Utrecht University) presents recommendations on the Early Years Blog. Pauline Slot highlights that it is important […]Read More
ISOTIS discussed promising parenting support programmes at the ESFR congress
ISOTIS researchers addressing promising parenting support programmes presented their studies at the 9th European Society on Family Relations (ESFR) congress. The team highlighted that despite many European countries have set up approaches to support families of young children, to promote the quality of the home learning environment and to strengthen preschool-parent partnership, understanding the key […]Read More
PhD Days 2018 – Working together for a phd
On the 10th and 11th of September, ISOTIS partner institution University of South-Eastern Norway held the event “PhD Days 2018 – Working together for a phd”, in collaboration with Oslo Metropolitan University. The purpose of the PhD Days was to bring together PhD students to learn about and discuss key challenges in educational research. The PhD Days included […]Read More
How to promote the cooperation between (pre-)school and parents?
ISOTIS researcher Melissa Be (Utrecht University) addresses the interviews with parents conducted by our team in the Early Years Blog. Melissa Be highlights that in the Netherlands, and many other countries, there is increasing attention regarding the cooperation between (pre-) school and parents, since it influences school performance, work attitude, social-emotional functioning and the well-being […]Read More
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