Monitoring & mentoring

Supporting social and emotional well-being of children in Early Childhood Education and Care through team reflection

These Guidelines are the outcome of the second part of the SEED project, during which a group reflection pathway, called WANDA1, was piloted with 80 ECEC practitioners with the aim to help them to deal with daily challenges in their practice so they could better support the socio-emotional well-being of children in their care.


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Developing Career Pathways for Early Childhood Care and Education Workers

 Developing Career Pathways for Early Childhood Care and Education Workers

There is mounting evidence on the positive link between high quality early childhood development (ECD) personnel and the physical, social, and cognitive development of young children. Despite this growing body of knowledge, the early childhood workforce continues to face challenges such as inadequate training, low remuneration, and a lack of professional recognition.


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Combining Training with Job Security to Improve the Quality of the Childcare Workforce

Combining Training with Job Security to Improve the Quality of the Childcare Workforce

There is mounting evidence on the positive link between high quality early childhood development (ECD) personnel and the physical, social, and cognitive development of young children. Despite this growing body of knowledge, the early childhood workforce continues to face challenges such as inadequate training, low remuneration, and a lack of professional recognition.


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Professionalizing the Workforce Supporting Infants and Toddlers from Birth to Three

Professionalizing the Workforce Supporting Infants and Toddlers from Birth to Three

There is mounting evidence on the positive link between high quality early childhood development (ECD) personnel and the physical, social, and cognitive development of young children. Despite this growing body of knowledge, the early childhood workforce continues to face challenges such as inadequate training, low remuneration, and a lack of professional recognition.


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Bridging Access with Quality: Empowering Kindergarten Teachers with Practical Training to Support Child-Centered Learning

Bridging Access with Quality: Empowering Kindergarten Teachers with Practical Training to Support Child-Centered Learning

There is mounting evidence on the positive link between high quality early childhood development (ECD) personnel and the physical, social, and cognitive development of young children. Despite this growing body of knowledge, the early childhood workforce continues to face challenges such as inadequate training, low remuneration, and a lack of professional recognition.


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Training Early Childhood Intervention Workers to Close a Workforce Gap

Training Early Childhood Intervention Workers to Close a Workforce Gap

There is mounting evidence on the positive link between high quality early childhood development (ECD) personnel and the physical, social, and cognitive development of young children. Despite this growing body of knowledge, the early childhood workforce continues to face challenges such as inadequate training, low remuneration, and a lack of professional recognition.


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Psychosocial Support: Facilitating psychosocial wellbeing and social and emotional learning

INEE Guidance Note: Psychosocial Support

This INEE Guidance Note addresses a gap in the tools that are currently available to educators and professionals operating in emergency and crisis contexts. This INEE Guidance Note encourages more intentional and consistent implementation of practical, goodquality psychosocial interventions on the education frontlines by teachers, education administrators, parents, counselors, peers, ministries, and other education personnel in three concrete ways:


Teachers Perception on Early Childhood Education in Medak, India

Teachers Perception on Early Childhood Education in Medak, India

This presentation outlines the Medak Early Childhood Education Initiative and it presents the results of a study that aimed at:  understanding the awareness of Caregivers (AWWs) understanding on importance of ECE; understanding their perception towards ECE in the context of Child Development; planning interventions to improve understanding of AWWs about ECE by the efforts of the Foundation and the ICDS department. The implications for training are presented and discussed.


Key Data on Early Childhood Education and Care in Europe. Eurydice Report– 2019 Edition

Early childhood education and care (ECEC) – the phase before primary education – is increasingly acknowledged as providing the foundations for lifelong learning and development. This second edition of Key Data on Early Childhood Education and Care in Europe charts the progress made in the key quality areas identified in the Council Recommendation on High Quality ECEC Systems.


Supporting Teachers as Learners: A Guide for Mentors and Coaches in Early Care and Education

This book describes the ways in which the mentoring terrain in early care and education has changed over the last two decades, and the multiple contexts in which mentoring now occurs. It offers mentors, coaches, and/or technical assistance providers an effective, activity-based way to reflect on, practice, and sharpen skills for working with early childhood practitioners, and it can be adapted to a wide variety of early care and education settings.