Lorraine Grant: Child B Case Study

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.

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Fiona McCracken: Supporting the Health and Well-being in Young Children (Case Study, University of Aberdeen)

Recently, I have been conversing with parents, children and my preschool colleagues about how we support children’s health and well-being both daily and long term. I have carried out a series of planned and spontaneous observations on two children in order to build detailed profiles. Observing in this way allows me to create a holistic, honest account of their overall health and well-being.

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Interview with Elfie Fleck

Interview with Elfie Fleck who was as a municipal actor a high ranking civil servant in Ministry of Education (Departement: Migration & Multilingualism) until her pension in may 2017. Together with Elisabeth Furch (PH Wien) she invented the nationwide mother tongue tuition course of study, which enrolled already four times since 2012. In her interview with Martina Sturm she takes a close look on aspects in today’s migrant society.

Herausforderungen und Chancen muttersprachlichen Unterrichts beim Übergang von Elementarstufe zu Primarstufe

Abstract: In this article challenges and chances for mother tongue tuition in national educational institutes are discussed. Mother tongue teachers as mentors may close the gap between institutions of elementary and primary education for kids whose L1 is not the language mainly spoken in these institutions. It is discussed in how far KINDINMI takes a close look on these aspects in different countries, which are characterized by an institutional monolingual habitus regarding students with a different L1 than the majority language.

This article by Rainer Hawlik was published in Lindner, D. et al. (eds.) (2018): Kindergärten, Schulen und Hochschulen. Aktuelle Fragen, Diskurse und Befunde zu pädagogischen Handlungsfeldern. LIT Verlag: Wien, p.197-p.208
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