Quality Principles for Continuous Professional Development Educators



The PIQET Principles represent a groundbreaking initiative under the Erasmus+ project, designed to elevate the standard of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) for educators across diverse educational landscapes.

Existing Practices for the Recruitment and Professional Development of Continuous Professional Development Educators



Building a strong, reliable, and high-quality ECEC workforce yields positive results that significantly impact the well-being of young children and enable their rounded and healthy development.

Rainbows in Windows - Think Equal Sample



‘Rainbows in Windows’, co-written with the World Health Organisation, is a story focused on mental health and wellbeing and on how to keep healthy (physically and mentally) when faced with a virus.
 

Elements and Pathways to Establish Professional Learning Communities for Early Childhood Professionals



In the dynamic landscape of early childhood professional development, the traditional, one-size-fits-all approaches have proven insufficient, often disconnected from the real-world context in which professionals operate.

Module 24: Using Telehealth in Home Visitation



The term telehealth intervention implies the use of electronic platforms or apps such as telephone calls, video meetings and conferences, text messaging, the use of various online apps and social media tools or content presented on online platforms as resources utilised to p

The ISSA Network Advantage - Prioritizing young children's development in emergencies



In emergencies, the amount of investment in ECD is scarce and very fragmented. More than half of humanitarian and refugee response plans focus on immediate needs while neglecting the overall development, learning and well-being of the youngest children and their caregivers.

Module 9: Home Environment and Safety



Injury is a leading cause of death and disability globally for children 5 to 19 years of age. The majority are unintentional injuries – injuries that result from an unintended incident without anyone intending that harm be done to children.

Module 23: Becoming a parent: Prenatal visits to families



Transition to parenthood is one of the major transition points in individual and family life courses.

Module 22: Protecting young children from vaccine preventable diseases



“Immunization is one of the most cost-effective ways to save lives and promote good health and well-being. Every year, vaccines save 2-3 million lives, and millions more are protected from disease and disability.

Module 21: The care of small and/or sick newborns



The Module “The care of small and/or sick newborns” is intended to support home visitors in providing advice and support to parents and families of small and/or sick newborns before and after the discharge from health facilities.