Date: 25-01-2024

Meet new ISSA Member: Platform for Early Care and Development

ECD Platform is a non-governmental organization focused on building an early intervention network in the Czech Republic.

Date: 18-01-2024

Classroom tools for critical thinking and social values

ISSA Member Center for Educational Initiatives Step by Step designed adaptable tools to teach critical thinking skills and social values.

Date: 08-01-2024

Teaching young children socio-emotional skills through a program for practitioners

ISSA Member Ensemble for Early Childhood Education created a three-year teacher training program to support socio-emotional learning (SEL) in early childhood.

REYN Early Childhood Research Study

The European REYN Early Childhood Research Study (the REYN Study) provides an examination of the status of young Roma children and their families across Europe.

Date: 28-09-2023

Lecture: the power and potential of a network to create impact for young children

ISSA Members convened during ISSA Connects for Learning 2023 to continue exploring ways to engage in network activities in the ECD field.

Toolkit to bring play and inclusion to refugees living in remote communities

Mobile Play Hubs are a more flexible and immediate response to offer high-quality nonformal educational support to children and families.

Date: 31-05-2023

ISSA Member from Moldova Learned about Early Intervention in the Netherlands

Marina Calac, a pediatrician at the National Institute for Early Intervention, sharing her impressions on the study visit to the Netherlands. 

Date: 16-03-2023

Four additional ISSA Member organizations receive training on the Primokiz approach

In February 2023, ISSA trainers and teams from countries already implementing the Primokiz approach provided a training to four additional ISSA Member organizations on the Primokiz methodology.

Date: 06-03-2023

Integrating support for ECD and nurturing care in primary health care

ISSA Member Centro per la Salute del Bambino, presents practical approaches to integrating nurturing care in Italy’s primary health care services.

Initial training as a significant forum to build professional competences for smooth and inclusive early years’ transitions

InTrans consortium produced a comparative report bringing together findings from Belgium (Flemish Community), Finland, Italy, and Slovenia on the role of transitions in the curricula for pre-service professionals in training.