The TRACKs project is based on a partnership between different institutions and early childhood education and care (ECEC) service providers from three countries: Poland, Italy and Belgium. The University institutions actively involved in the project are the Jagiellonian University in Krakow (Poland), the University of Bologna (Italy) and the University of Ghent (Belgium). As the purpose of the project is to actively promote research-based professional development, the training institutions and ECEC service providers taking part in this endeavour are: Arteveldehogeschool in Belgium, the Komensky Instytut in Poland, and the Cooperativa Assistenza Disabili Infermi Anziani Infanzia (CADIAI) in Italy. The main objective of TRACKs is to offer high quality learning opportunities to ECEC professionals currently working with children aged 0 to 6 years old and to prospective professionals still in teacher training, with the aim of promoting more inclusive educational practices within early childhood settings . Inside the final report we present the analysis of the main results of the project contextualized in each partners' Country.

Video-coaching to support inclusive practice in ECEC: Final recommendations from the TRACKs project.

Lucia Balduzzi
;
Arianna Lazzari
;
Chiara Dalledonne Vandini
;
2020

Abstract

The TRACKs project is based on a partnership between different institutions and early childhood education and care (ECEC) service providers from three countries: Poland, Italy and Belgium. The University institutions actively involved in the project are the Jagiellonian University in Krakow (Poland), the University of Bologna (Italy) and the University of Ghent (Belgium). As the purpose of the project is to actively promote research-based professional development, the training institutions and ECEC service providers taking part in this endeavour are: Arteveldehogeschool in Belgium, the Komensky Instytut in Poland, and the Cooperativa Assistenza Disabili Infermi Anziani Infanzia (CADIAI) in Italy. The main objective of TRACKs is to offer high quality learning opportunities to ECEC professionals currently working with children aged 0 to 6 years old and to prospective professionals still in teacher training, with the aim of promoting more inclusive educational practices within early childhood settings . Inside the final report we present the analysis of the main results of the project contextualized in each partners' Country.
Lucia Balduzzi; Arianna Lazzari; Chiara Dalledonne Vandini; Lara Furieri; M. Ślusarczyk; M. Woźniak; U. Majerska; S. Verschaeve; J. De Mets
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