Peer Learning Activities 2020 - A Conversation with An Raes
Artevelde University of Applied Science provided concrete tools in their Peer Learning Activity aimed at highlighting the importance of cross-sectoral collaboration and implementing a whole-family approach in early childhood services.
Peer Learning Activities 2020 - A conversation with Gillian Cante
Many recent neurological studies have shown that violent and malicious educational practices impact a child’s emotional development and self-esteem. Questioning, defining, and understanding them in order modify our reactions becomes essential. This is the topic addressed in the Peer Learning Activity (PLA)* entitled Gentle violence and ordinary educational violence: Tackling the issue and fostering children’s development of self-esteem and identity.
Peer Learning Activities 2020 - A conversation with Zsuzsa László
The Persona Doll Method is a practical approach to help children talk about emotions and feelings in early childhood settings. The dolls help children express their feelings and worries, think critically, develop empathy, and challenge unfair treatment.
Peer Learning Activities 2020 - A conversation with Maksim Struzhkin
For professionals working to create inclusive environments in schools and preschools, many questions arise. “Turn it on! You can’t force it.” Creating inclusive schools and pre-schools, shared insights into creating inclusive schools and preschools.
ISSA’s Professional Development Opportunities Boost Kosova Education Center’s Shift to an Advocacy Organization
As a result of a professional development opportunity offered under ISSA’s initiative REYN, the Kosova Education Center has made a programmatic shift by including advocacy in their work, vision and mission.