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European Journal of Education : Research, Development and Policy

Référence :  Vol. 53, n°1, mars 2018

Thème :  Innovative approaches to Continuous Professional Development in Early Childhood Education and Care. A European perspective

  • Innovative approaches to continuous professional development in early childhood education and care. A European perspective, Brecht Peleman, Bente Jensen and Jan Peeters
  • Continuous professional development and ECEC quality: Findings from a European systematic literature review, Brecht Peleman, Arianna Lazzari, Irma Budginaitė, Hanna Siarova, Hanan Hauari, Jan Peeters and Claire Cameron
  • Innovative approaches to continuous professional development (CPD) in early childhood education and care (ECEC) in Europe: Findings from a comparative review, Bente Jensen and Rosa Lisa Iannone
  • How does innovative continuous professional development (CPD) operate in the ECEC sector? Insights from a cross-analysis of cases in Denmark, Italy and Poland, Chiara Bove, Bente Jensen, Olga Wysłowska, Rosa Lisa Iannone, Susanna Mantovani and Małgorzata Karwowska-Struczyk
  • Early childhood education and care (ECEC) assistants in Europe: Pathways towards continuous professional development (CPD) and qualification, Jan Peeters, Nima Sharmahd and Irma Budginaité
  • Towards continuous professional development: Experiencing group reflection to analyse practice, Nima Sharmahd, Jan Peeters and Mirlinda Bushati
  • Heidelberg interaction training for language promotion in early childhood settings (HIT), Anke Buschmann and Steffi Sachse
  • Moving from programme to place: What are the implications for continuous professional development?, Joan Lombardi
  • What might Loris Malaguzzi have to say?, Peter Moss
  • An overview of the history of learning theory, Knud Illeris
  • Mentoring and teachers’ professional development in Albania, Robert Gjedia and Meg P. Gardinier
  • Destination unknown? Study choices and graduate destinations of Hungarian youth in Slovakia, Adél Pásztor

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