Innovations in ECEC do not always result in positive evidence. How should we deal with it?

Innovations in ECEC do not always result in positive evidence. How should we deal with it?

This blog post was contributed by Helena Taelman (ODISEE).    Educational professionals and researchers may build a nice innovation, grounded in the most recent insights of developmental and educational science. Nevertheless, it may not work as expected, since classrooms and schools

Listen to my idea, we could do it together! Cooperative tasks and child participation

Listen to my idea, we could do it together! Cooperative tasks and child participation

This blog was contributed by Tandem Team (http://tandemforfour.weebly.com/) and translated by Carlos Pereira and Marina Fuertes (Escola Superior de Educação de Lisboa).   From their early years, children can be involved in daily tasks such as helping bake a cake,