Erasmus+ KA2 I.ECEC
Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships
I.ECEC – Intercultural Early Childhood Education and Care
Curriculum Design for Professionals
Galileo Progetti Nonprofit Kft. – Budapest, Hungary (Coordinator)
ARCA Cooperativa Sociale – Firenze, Italy
Universitá degli Studi di Firenze UNIFI – Firenze, Italy
Erasmus University College Brussels – Brussels, Belgium
Józsefvárosi Egyesített Bölcsödék – Budapest, Hungary
Eötvös Loránd University – Budapest, Hungary (project leader: Dr. Bajzáth Angéla)
Short description of the project:
The overall objectives are to contribute to the improvement of the social inclusion of disadvantaged children, to prevent and reduce the Early School Leaving (ESL), to improve the high quality and inclusivity of Early Childhood Education providers and the knowledge and competences of the educational workers. Reducing Early Leaving from Education and Training is an essential objective of the Europe 2020 Strategy, and EU Member States have committed to reduce the proportion of early leavers to less than 10 % by 2020.
Events of the project
February 16, 2020
February 16, 2020 IECEC project discussion. Participants on behalf of ELTE TÓK: Sarolta Darvay, Angéla Bajzáth, Anna Anna Bereczkiné Z, Judit Koscsóné Kolkopf.
January 30, 2020
The Józsefváros Nursery continued the Erasmus + KA2 Strategic Partnerships - Workshop project "I.ECEC - Intercultural Early Childhood Education and Care: Curriculum Design for Professionals". Toddlers listened to plenary presentations and participated in interactive group assignments.
IECEC project - Concluding discussion at ELTE TÓK Department
Workshop on the I.ECEC project: preparation of intercultural training
On December 6, 2019, we had a preparatory meeting at the JEB nursery. Participants: ELTE teachers, JEB leaders and early childhood educators
12-15-16 January 2020
Double degree design testing in the I.ECEC project
Launched in Erasmus + KA2 Strategic Partnerships - I.ECEC - Intercultural Early Childhood Education and Care: Curriculum Design for Professionals
intellectual achievements - the intercultural curriculum and educational model; double degree testing of the joint degree program with the Józsefváros Joint Nursery. The teachers of ELTE TÓK - Sarolta Darvay, Angéla Bajzáth, Anna Bereczki, Miklós Lehmann. The work continues in groups until the May reports, the evaluation phase.
The Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships - "I.ECEC - Intercultural Early Childhood Education and Care: Curriculum Design for Professionals" project contributes to fix and broaden quality services, develop the knowledge and competency of early childhood educators while putting the emphasis onchildren with disadvantaged background and on the fight against exclusion. The partners of ELTE TÓK are: Galileo Progetti Nonprofit Kft. – Hungary, Universitá di Firenze – Italy, Erasmus Hogeschool – Belgium, Arca Cooperative Sociale – Italy, Józsefvárosi Egyesített Bölcsődék – Hungary.
In Januray 2020, the test phase of Intellectual Output results - curriculum design and double degree - has started with the involvement of ’Józsefvárosi Egyesített Bölcsődék’. Together with colleagues from ELTE TÓK – Sarolta Darvay, Angéla Bajzáth, Anna Bereczki and Miklós Lehmann – within a 2x3 day workshop, they presented their four part educational modul to early childhood educators that they built around theory and practice. The work continues in groups. until the project reports in May.
November 28-29, 2019
Teachers of our faculty gave a lecture at the I.ECEC - Intercultural Early Child Conference on Teaching for Reading - Reading for Education: Scenes, Opportunities, Challenges and Challenges of Reading for Teaching, organized by the Machinery and Automatization Technical Faculty of the University “János Neumann”of Kecskemét: Curriculum Design for Professionals project results. Lecture by Angéla Bajzáth, Anna Bereczkiné Záluszki, Sarolta Darvay: Strengthening the relationship of early childhood educators with the family in the light of the results of an international project.
Focus of the presentation:
- Goals of the I.ECEC - Intercultural Early Childhood Education and Care: Curriculum Design for Professionals project
- Conclusions from the Context and Training Needs Analysis of MECEC + Project Multicultural Early Childhood Education
- Strengthening parent-family relationships, ensuring the harmonious development of children, improving equal opportunities and inclusion for disadvantaged children
- Developing training that has an impact on the development of intercultural competences among nursing professionals and on improving the effectiveness of ECEC services
November 25, 2019
A joint meeting of the ELTE TÓK and JEB working groups, the training that will start in January, - was prepared by the TÓK trainers during their meeting - the next tasks of the "I.ECEC - Intercultural Early Childhood Education and Care: Curriculum Design for Professionals" project.
November 18, 2019
The professors of ELTE TÓK agreed on the tasks of the I.ECEC - Intercultural Early Childhood Education and Care: Curriculum Design for Professionals project (2018-1-HU01-KA201-047763), the preparation of the training of early childhood educators.
November, 14, 2019
On November 14, 2019, TÓK presented the results of the Erasmus + KA2 Strategic Partnerships - "I.ECEC - Intercultural Early Childhood Education and Care: Curriculum Design for Professionals" (2018-1-HU01-KA201-047763) in the poster section on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the launch of the Bachelor's Degree Program in Early Childhood Education, the Past - Present - Future Jubilee Conference. During the meeting held at the Károly Eszterházy University, lectures were given on the start of the bachelor's program, the fields of education and the experience of 10 years. The poster created by Angéla Bajzáth, Sarolta Darvay, Anna Bereczki and Miklós Lehmann. The professors of faculty TÓK summarized the project history, research objectives, key issues, and research methodology under the title "Intercultural Early Childhood Education and Care Expert Development".
October 29, 2019
Preparation of the training phase of the project "I.ECEC - Intercultural Early Childhood Education and Care: Curriculum Design for Professionals" (2018-1-HU01-KA201-047763) with the participation of ELTE TÓK and JEB staff in the Safe Start Children's Home of Józsefváros (1083 Budapest, Szigetvári u. 1. T: 06-1-210-9188) email@example.com “The Safe Beginning Children's House provides children with skills development, health assessment and development. Parents' participation with the child in the activities, programs aimed at improving the personality and competence of the parents, and other preventive programs and community events. It provides also advice to parents by nurse, medical, dietitian, and other outside invited professionals to meet local needs, and organizes parent group discussions and provides counseling opportunities. It helps parents use different methods to get feedback on how they communicate with their child and how they are educated. ”
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