VALUE Roadmap: pathways towards strengthening collaboration in early childhood education and care

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  • ROADMAP_ENG

    Final published version, 1.3 MB, PDF document

Links

  • Sandra Van der Mespel, Centre for Innovation in the Early Years, Belgium
  • Mónica Brazinha, Aga Kahn Foundation, Portugal
  • Hester Hulpia, VBJK - Centre for Innovation in the Early Years, Belgium
  • Bente Jensen
  • Maria Marquard
  • Mateja Režek , Slovenia
  • Joana Sousa, Portugal
VALUE ROADMAP
Pathways towards strengthening collaboration in early childhood education and care
The ambition of this roadmap is to inspire you, as a reader, to strengthen collaboration between assisting and core practitioners in ECEC. The underlying idea is that better collaboration strengthens individual practitioners and teams in addressing all aspects of children’s well-being, development and learning needs.
In order to strengthen collaboration between assisting and core practitioners, this roadmap presents both a framework and ideas to develop pathways for continuous professional development, engaging both assisting and core practitioners, as well as leaders.
The content in the roadmap is inspired by the experiments developed, tested and evaluated in pilot projects in different ECEC settings in four countries (Belgium, Denmark, Portugal and Slovenia). More precisely, the roadmap builds on the following background studies:
 The baseline study, which was based on a survey sent to the participants in the pilot projects and built on quantitative data and statistical analyses.
 Four country reports, reporting the process and results of the professional development initiatives in each country.
 The endline report presenting the overall evaluation and highlighting the findings from the professional development initiatives in the four countries.

Original languageEnglish
Place of publicationGhent
PublisherVBJK: Centre for Innovation in the Early Years
Number of pages53
Publication statusPublished - 2 Nov 2020

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