Diversity and social inclusion in European ECEC
This blog aims at a European audience of ECEC teachers, teacher educators, policy makers, and researchers. Central topics are ECEC for disadvantaged children, high–quality practices, valuing diversity and multilingualism, and promoting equality.
A bridge between research and practice
Although there is a growing research base on what works, these insights are not yet adopted in practice on a large scale. Our bloggers aim to make scientific research accessible and attractive. They will stimulate you to reflect on current practices and innovations, and to adopt an inquisitive and innovative attitude.
Four related blogs
Four related blogs communicate with this European blog:
- EarlyYearsBlog.nl (the Netherlands)
- PrimeirosAnos.pt (Portugal)
- Czym skorupka… (Poland)
- Kleutergewijs (Flanders, Belgium)
These four blogs approach ECEC professionals in their own language and educational context, while the European blog aims to reach stakeholders across Europe in English as a lingua franca. Blog posts from the four blogs are translated for the European blog, and blog posts from the European blog are translated for the national blogs, in order to improve exchange and dissemination across the borders.