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.

Date: 27-03-2024

Interview with Zsuzsa Laszlo: the ISSA Network’s Persona Doll learning community

Zsuzsa Laszlo an experienced Persona Doll Certified Trainer, shares her valuable insights, providing a deeper understanding of this approach.

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.
Date: 29-01-2024

ISSA welcomes new Members: Meet All Digital and Eurochild

Through mutual membership, ISSA welcomes two fellow associations as new Members.

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.
 
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.

Learning with Parents



This program for cooperation with Roma parents was collectively designed and implemented by eight educational institutions from Serbia.

Monitoring child development - principles, approaches and tools

Monitoring child development - principles, approaches and tools

Monitoring child development - principles, approaches and tools

During the first years of life child development is very intensive, dynamic, and complex, influenced by the interplay of a wide array of biological and environmental factors. Most children follow a typical trajectory of development across the domains of physical, social-emotional, and cognitive development. However, some children may be at risk of not developing to their full potential due to lack of nurturing care, health-related or biological conditions.

Launch | Early Childhood Matters, the Wellbeing Issue

Launch | Early Childhood Matters, the Wellbeing Issue

Launch | Early Childhood Matters 

The Wellbeing Issue: What does it mean for parents and other caregivers?

We need to reimagine support for caregivers. This message is at the heart of this edition of Early Childhood Matters where stories that centre the wellbeing of parents and caregivers — from Kenya to Brazil, from India to Ethiopia, and from New Zealand to the Netherlands — show what is possible when they are supported as humans first.

The MANDELA model for Early Childhood Education and Care



The MANDELA model for Early Childhood Education and Care is a framework to place inclusivity at the heart of practice with babies, children, and families. It recognises the importance of relationships and belonging and ensuring environments reflect this. It also acknowledges that if we change the start of the journey, we can change educational outcomes for children that can impact across their life course.