Members of the SEED project team from Hungary and the Netherlands led a lively discussion at last week’s ISSA International Conference in Leiden about how teachers can support each other to reflect on children’s social and emotional wellbeing in ECEC and school settings.
Seven organisations in 5 countries: Croatia, Hungary, Latvia, Netherlands and Norway are participating in the SEED action research project under the coordination of ICDI. As well as improving practitioners competences in supporting young children’s social and emotional wellbeing in daily practice, our goal is to educate policy makers about the importance of social and emotional wellbeing as the basis of learning.
Read the SEED research report here.
Guidelines for coaches and mentors about supporting social and emotional wellbeing of children in ECEC through team reflection will be published later this year.