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Navigating transitions - Navigating life: why early transitions matter

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£10.00

Aline-Wendy will draw from her longitudinal study to talk about what counts as a “good” transition to school, and its impact on longer term wellbeing and attainment. Children’s trajectories through life are launched very early and whether positive or negative, they remain very stable after the first two years of school: beginning school is a distinctive life-course transition. It is also a transition for families and for the practitioners who work with them, and is a real opportunity to give children the best possible start. Given there is lower wellbeing and persistent under-achievement in Scottish school leaving populations, transition to school remains a site for policy change.

Date: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2019
Time: 
7.00-9.00pm (approx. finish time)
Location: 
Aberdeen
Venue: 
New Kings 6 - Building 22 (Old Aberdeen Campus) - University of Aberdeen - Aberdeen
Speaker/s: 
Aline-Wendy Dunlop
Cost: 
Members free - Non Members £10.00 - Students £5.00
How to book: 
Online via the Early Education Website – https://early-education.org.uk/ by clicking on the event – if you are an Early Education member, in order to claim your free place, please login to your account and use the following discount code: EEABERDEEN. If you would like to pay the student rate, please email us at office@early-education.org.uk. Any queries and requests for invoices should be directed to the following email address in the first instance: office@early-education.org.uk
Speaker Bios: 

Aline-Wendy Dunlop is Emeritus Professor in the School of Education, University of Strathclyde. In this role, she has chosen to focus her current research and writing interests on educational transitions, children’s learning journeys, family engagement in education and practitioner identities, beliefs and practices. She is the Project Coordinator for the Scottish Transitions as a Tool for Change Project and has recently completed the write up of ‘Narratives of Educational Transitions: A Longitudinal Study 3-
18’. Aline-Wendy is a Vice-President of Early Education and currently also one of the Scottish Trustees.

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