Why do we need to consider this kind of intervention now and why is it so important to effectively resource such spaces and ensure we are making use of tried and tested / evidence-based strategies and resources?
Each country finds itself at a different phase of development when it comes to Early Childhood Intervention. It is important that the ECI community learns from each other, and supports one another.
The Early Intervention Institute in St Petersburg, Russia, is keen to develop its links in the international ECI Community. Following on from the excellent ISEI Conference they hosted in 2013, they have produced a newsletter, containing articles that can be read in Russian or English. This includes a piece I have written on the education of children born prematurely.
This conference, a joint congress of the Annual Conference of the European Association on Early Childhood Intervention (EURLYAID) and the 2nd National Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Intervention Conference of the Turkish Association on Early Childhood Intervention invites you to participate in:
INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERVENTION
“Bridging Research & Practice in Early Childhood Intervention”
Teachers in Early Years are often the first to identify complex needs in young children . This article describes a recent research project which looked at teaching strategies to help teachers in this sector, in particular through the newly devised Engagement Profile.