TOY publication: IGL and cultural heritage

Reflections on a work trip to the TOY for Inclusion partnership meeting

June 12, 2018 | toyproject

“I finally experienced what the project looks like in real life and felt very proud of my small contribution on it”.

Read the blog that our fantastic intern Lal Koyuncu wrote after her participation the TOY for Inclusion partnership meeting, and a vist to the Play Hub of Nagydobos in Hungary!

 

The TOY for Inclusion toolkit is published!

June 4, 2018 | toyproject

Do you want to promote social cohesion in your community starting from the very young children?

Are you keen to promote inclusive and high quality early childhood education initiatives for Roma and non-Roma young children?

Do you need inspiration for activities to involve families and community members to improve early childhood education and care services?

The “TOY for Inclusion Toolkit – A step-by-step guide to creating inclusive Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) Play Hubs for all generations” is what you are looking for!

 

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International workshop week in Dublin

May 18, 2018 | toyproject

Great news for TOY-PLUS this week!

We are in Dublin for the whole week together with 40 practitioners in early childhood education, social care and community development from 5 European countries. These practitioners took part in the piloting of the TOY online course in Intergenerational learning in the last weeks, and are now together participating in several workshops with the purpose to enhance and enrich the social exchange and mutual learning tools provided by the online course.

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TOY for Inclusion inspires children in Belgium!

May 4, 2018 | toyproject

Playing, reading and drawing is highly beneficial for the development of young children. In this video we see learning activities organized in Ghent, Belgium, by the Centre for Innovation in the Early Years (VBJK) within the TOY for Inclusion project.

TOY publication: IGL and cultural heritage

April 20, 2018 | toyproject

This week we welcomed with pride the publication of the chapter ‘Intergenerational Learning: A Tool for Building and Transforming Cultural Heritage’ that the TOY team Margaret, Giulia and Jessica wrote for the Oxford Handbook of Public Heritage Theory and Practice.

Normally we associate the term ‘public heritage’ with architecture, archeology and museums, however it is now an interdisciplinary field where humanities and social sciences converge. In this book the editors speak about “public heritage” as a way of bringing together these emerging interconnected practices. >> Read more