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This is me: In search of your own story

Publication date: 08/1998
Author: E. Schellekens, Anne Frank House
Series: Working Papers No 24

How do you bring the sensitivities of multiculturalism accross to teachers, and therefore to young children? How can you give children a realistic view of the world in which all beliefs, skin colours, and ways of life should be respected? In 1995, the Anne Frank House produced an information pack for carers of young children, which developed themes based on the everyday experiences of children aged four to seven from different ethnic groups. This is me takes the reader through the conceptualisation of the pack, its philosophy, and its development. Designed for use both in multicultural and monocultural settings, the paper suggests ways of dealing with questions of ethnicity. NB: some formatting and images are missing from the pdf version of this document.

This is me: In search of your own story
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An innovation in Morocco's Koranic preschools

Publication date: 04/1998
Author: K. Bouzoubaâ
Series: Working Papers No 23

This paper tells of aftale's work in developing innovative practices in working with young children, and introducing these into the traditional Koranic preschools of Morocco. It examines how the aftale team, which operates from the Mohammed V University in Rabat, worked with the relevant authorities and ministries to have its innovative practices adopted by the Koranic preschools.

An innovation in Morocco's Koranic preschools
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Community owned development

Publication date: 01/1998
Author: B. le Roux
Series: Working Papers No 22

The Kuru Development Trust (kdt) in Botswana is a development support programme owned and controlled by the communities in which it works, the majority being San or Bushmen communities. Its activities include income generating projects, cultural activities and a training programme. It also operates a preschool project in which community members are trained as preschool teachers, and communities are supported to run their own schools. kdt looked back at the lessons it had learned over the years, and studied other programmes. This helped kdt develop a clear strategy and a vision that would guide it in its new work with the communities. The paper sets out that strategy and takes an honest look at kdt's approaches and philosophy, and how these have evolved through the years. NB: some formatting is missing from the pdf version of this document.

Community owned development
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Samenspel - Mothers speaking

Publication date: 01/1997
Author: N. Kieneker, J. Maas.
Series: Working Papers No 21

What do mothers think of the work of an early childhood project? Do they feel that their needs are being met? Do they find the work useful, or even necessary? And what if their cultural and religious backgrounds are completely different from those of the project and the environment in which they live? This paper records the views of the mothers with whom the Samenspel project works. It shows that mothers learn a great deal from playgroups and try to apply this knowledge in their daily lives and in the rearing of their children. NB: some formatting is missing from the pdf version of this document.

Samenspel - Mothers speaking
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Guía de promoción de la resiliencia en los niños para fortalecer el espíritu humano

Publication date: 05/1996
Author: E. Grotberg
Series: Working Papers No 18

Guía basada en los resultados del Proyecto Internacional de Resiliencia, diseñado e implementado por la autora, y a través del cual se ha recopilado información sobre familias y niños en 21 paises. 1996 | 18 páginas | Agotado Calidad de vida y desarrollo infantil Cuadernos Desarrollo Infantil 17 José Juan Amar Amar Este documento aspira a hacer un aporte a las personas e instituciones interesadas en la búsqueda de alternativas de atención integral al niño. Se basa en la experiencia práctica de un estudio llevado a cabo en la Costa Atlántica de Colombia.

Guía de promoción de la resiliencia en los niños para fortalecer el espíritu humano
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