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  • The ISOTIS Virtual Learning Environment follows the principles of openness and accessibility

    The development of the ISOTIS Virtual Learning Environment – an online platform that aims to promote the use of different languages and multiculturalism at home and (pre)school) – followed two main principles: 1. Openness: the learning environment is based on Open Source software, in order to make it possible to reuse existing resources, to enable […]

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  • ISOTIS collected the perspectives of service providers on coordination between agencies

    The collaboration between services in fields such as education, health, social work, and welfare, among others, is increasingly recognized as central to tackle social and educational inequalities. Identifying promising practices in this scope is needed to increase outreach, timely access, and effectiveness of services for socioeconomically disadvantaged children and families. Our team interviewed heads of service […]

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  • New European Report on Roma integration

    The 2019 European Report on Roma integration was recently released. This report focuses on the implementation of Roma inclusion measures in the European Union Member States (MS). It summarizes the most important trends on four policy areas of the EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies (education, employment, health, housing), as well as fighting discrimination and […]

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  • Are educational inequalities produced by the educational system?

    Watch ISOTIS researcher Herman van de Werfhorst (University of Amsterdam) explaining how  unequal opportunities to do well in school are produced by the education system.

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  • Self-Reflection Tool for Inclusive Early Childhood Education Environments

    In a new blog post, ISOTIS researcher Cecília Aguiar (ISCTE-IUL) presents a tool with questions that enable early childhood professionals to reflect on dimensions of the early childhood education environment that may facilitate or hinder participation and involvement. The dimensions include, for instance, social environment, physical environment, materials, communication, among others. According to your view, […]

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