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  • ISOTIS first annual meeting

    The first annual ISOTIS meeting was held in the Free University of Berlin, on December 3rd-6th. Our team discussed the work that had been developed and future steps. We had the privilege of welcoming the members of the ISOTIS Advisory Board, Tove Mogstad Slinde (Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research), Ljiljana Vasić (Pomoc Deci; Eurochild), […]

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  • The ISOTIS team discusses the development of a Virtual Learning Environment

    ISOTIS researchers addressing inclusive curricula in the classroom, family support and professional development in the scope of the project, met in Brno, Czech Republic, on October 26-27th, to discuss the development of a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). The aim of the VLE is to develop an interactive e-learning environment that can be used by parents, […]

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  • October 26: Webinar from the Early Childhood Workforce Initiative on the integration on early years services.

    The Early Childhood Workforce Initiative will conduct the webinar “Challenges and opportunities in integrating early years services: a spotlight on the workforce”. The objective is to discuss the conditions for interagency work from the perspective of those in a position of leadership in the early year’s workforce. ISOTIS researcher Jacqueline Barnes will be one of […]

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  • New article: Early education and care is key to improve school readiness by Edward Melhuish

    ISOTIS researcher Edward Melhuish (University of Oxford, England) is the author of the article “Early education and care is key to improve school readiness”, recently published in the Child and Family Blog. This article highlights that parental influence matters more, but investing in early education and care is a simpler way to secure improvements. The […]

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  • The ISOTIS team will interview parents about their children’s education and upbringing

    The ISOTIS team is planning to interview parents on their experiences related to children’s education and upbringing (experiences with educational systems and support services, hopes and wishes for their children, resources and support needs). Interviews will be aimed at parents with a Turkish, North-African, Roma or native lower socio-economic background, who have children aged 3-6 […]

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