Papers and Presentations from Network Meetings.

9th March 2018: Eva Lloyd - Childare Policy and Systems (Presentation)
ICMEC and ten years of policy research: a conversation

8th February 2018: ECSDN IELS Event (Nursery World Article)
'Baby PISA' study to go ahead in autumn. 
The main study for the controversial OECD International Early Learning and Child Well-Being Study, known as 'Baby PISA', is to go ahead in autumn 2018, following last autumn’s field trial with 450 five-year-old children. Details of the research project were revealed last week at an event organised by Carolyn Silberfeld of the Early Childhood Studies Degrees Network, at which several early years experts criticised its implementation.

24th November 2017: Jane Payler - BERA-TACTYC Workforce Development (Presentation)
Early Childhood Research Review 2003-2017 & Early Childhood Workforce PLD from 2017 ECSDN AGM

24th June 2017: Aaron Bradbury - Degree & Higher Level Apprenticeships (Presentation)
Progress and potential impact on HEI's and FEI's. The future growth of degree apprenticeships.

10th March 2017: Mathias Urban - The International Early Learning Study (IELS) (Presentation)
Update, critical questions and next steps

8th July 2016 Speaker 1: Mark Wilkins  - Professional Capital (Presentation)
Does engaging in Higher Education provide increased professional capital in the early childhood education and care workplace?

8th July 2016 Speaker 2: Mathias Urban- Froebel meets the World Bank (Presentation)
Challenges and possibili6es for holistic approaches to prac6ce and policy in a globalised early childhood context

3rd June 2016: Peter Moss - What Do We Want For Our Early Childhood Workforce? (Presentation)
Images, qualities and conditions from ESCDN 2016 AGM

20th May 2015 Speaker 1: Dr Gabriel Lemkow-Tovias - Lab 0_6 Discovery, Research and Documentation Centre for Scientific Education in Early Years (Website Link)
Dr Gabriel Lemkow-Tovias Professor Educació Infantil, Faculty of Social Sciences, Manresa UVIC- Barcelona, Spain. Note: Website is in Spanish

20th May 2015 Speaker 2: Chrissie Meleady,  Executive of Early Years Equality (Presentation)
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