Out Now - The 2018 Peer Learning Activity Overview
The things we learn together enrich our knowledge and our sense of unity. For this reason, ISSA members consider the Peer Learning Activities (PLAs) one of the greatest benefits of the membership. We have drawn up the overview of last year's efforts to exchange knowledge and help eachother grow the early childhood education and development field.
Today we release the Peer Learning Activities Overview 2018, which reports a number of collaborative actions of ISSA members last year.
'I hope we can expand this tangible knowledge exchange further, across European borders. This knowledge is very much sought after,' ISSA Board Member Leslie Falconer commented on ISSA’s Peer Learning Activities.
From theater as therapy in Belarus, to teaching permaculture in the Netherlands, from training on inclusion in Kyrgyzstan, to advocacy campaigning in Ukraine, all the activities contributed to strengthening professionals who strive to nurture early childhood development.