From 8th to 11th of April 2019 a Transnational Meeting and Joint Staff Meeting took place in Olomouc at Palacký University. In Czech Republic Palacký University Olomouc is a university with long-standing tradition. Founded in the 16th century, it is the oldest university in Moravia and the second-oldest university in the Czech Republic.
Prof. em. Tore Otterup (University Gothenburg, Sweden) and Prof. Rainer Hawlik (University College of Teacher Education Vienna, Austria) discuss the developments of mother tongue tuition in school education since the 1970s. They discuss common interests of mother tongue tuition, but also differences in the approach towards heritage language education.
Jaana Pesonen is senior lecturer at the university of Helsinki. Her lecture “Children’s literature as a learning environment – What books can teach us about our societies?” is part of the Erasmus + project KINDIMI, The Kindergarten as a Factor of Inclusion for Migrant Children and their Families.
On 10th of March 2019 the third national Scientific Conference of Northeastern University Colleges of Teacher Education takes place in Baden, Austria. Brigitte Sorger (PH Wien) will present KINDINMI since Martina Sturm and Rainer Hawlik are at the TNM in Olomouc.
At Palacký University Olomouc preparations are made for the next KINDINMI Transnational Meeting, which will be followed up by a Joint Staff Training. Mgr. Alena Vavrdová, Ph.D. and Prof. PhDr. Eva Šmelová, Ph.D. make plans for this next KINDINMI meeting from 8th to 11th of April 2019
From 15th to 19th of October 2018 a third Transnational Meeting and the first Joint Staff Training of „KINDINMI – The kindergarten as a factor of inclusion for migrant children and their families“ took place at PH Wien. KINDINMI in Vienna weiterlesen
V průběhu měsíce září 2018 se v rámci výuky předmětů Poznávání přírody a společnosti pro obor Učitelství pro mateřské školy uskutečnily semináře k mezinárodnímu projektu ERASMUS+ KINDINMI – The Kindergarten as a Factor of Inclusion for Migrant Children and their Families.
The author is an Early Years Practitioner who now works at the University of Aberdeen
Lorraine Grant works as an Early Years practitioner working in a local authority nursery situated in a small town in rural Aberdeenshire in the northeast of Scotland. This case study was researched as part of the ED2507 course -Supporting the Health and Well-being of Young Children which is part BA Childhood Practice degree at the University of Aberdeen.