Informative online meeting organised by UNIMORE in Italy

Posted on 25 June 2020 by CHILD-UP team

On 11th June 2020, UNIMORE organised an online meeting with school teachers, school heads and council members aimed at spreading the data collected in Modena and Reggio Emilia through questionnaires distributed to students, parents ad teachers. These data, which were analyzed by Working Package 4 of the CHILD-UP project, were collected in kindergartens, primary schools, and lower and higher secondary schools. In September, further similar meetings will be organised to share the results of this part of quantitative research with the interested stakeholders.

This player shows the original full recording of the meeting. Please be aware that the meeting was held in Italian.

This player shows an excerpt of the meeting subtitled in English by UNIMORE’s CHILD-UP team.

Both the full recording and the subtitled excerpt of this online meeting are permanently stored on the multimedia webpage of this website.

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