OERs can provide excellent support for language teaching in kindergarten due to the fact that they offer great opportunities for equality in education as they are easily accessible and free.
A training tool for teachers aimed at helping them to develop and test their ability to deal with concrete and critical cases and situations that may come up in their work with children or parents from different cultural backgrounds.
The reader aims at helping teachers analyze “critical incidents”, which come up through their work with children or parents from other cultural backgrounds, and facilitate the identification of concrete solutions to the problem.
This handbook contains two introductory texts and 15 activities developed and tested to specifically address diversity and non-discrimination during early childhood education.
The purpose of the reader is to provide well working practices about involving parents through case studies and activities.
The aim of this Best Practice Toolkit is to demonstrate the approaches and methodologies that can be implemented across Europe to support people affected by domestic violence, who have had or are at risk of having their children removed.
This report presents the findings of the research undertaken by CESIE – www.cesie.org – in the framework of the Action for Change project.
This report summaries key findings from literature and desk based reviews carried out by evaluators spread over four different jurisdictions within the European Union, seeking to collate existing evidence relating to the experience of intimate partner and domestic violence and child protection, and any interaction between these significant issues.
This report summarises the key findings from the evaluation of the transnational Action for Change project, which has been funded by the European Commission.
Comparative report on training needs analysis for coaches and sport clubs in relation of social inclusion of children from disadvantaged target groups