Dietlinde Willockx

Dietlinde Willockx
Karel de Grote-Hogeschool · Department of Social Work

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Publications (32)
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In out-of-school care centres in Flanders, building warm and trusting relationships with parents is both an important aim and a huge frustration. Practitioners often struggle with their role towards parents and feel insufficiently trained to deal with increasing expectations about cooperation with parents. In this article we describe the results of...
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This article is based on a 2-year (2017–2019) project that aimed to find out in what ways and with what materials childcare settings can bring “raising for a sustainable society” into a lived practice and what kind of support they need to accomplish that. The project mainly consisted of an action research in two day-care centres for children younge...
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Comment organiser des modes de gardes qui sont bien pour toute la famille? Les solutions en deux listes, pour les parents et pour les organisations d'accueil..
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Four principles to organise 'childcare for the whole family' in two hands-on checklists: one for childcare organisers and one for parents. The checklists are available in Englisch, Dutch and French.
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Vier principes om opvang te organiseren die het hele gezin ten goede komt in twee handige checklists: een die organisaties kunnen gebruiken en een om de principes toegankelijk te maken voor ouders. De checklists zijn ook in het Engels en in het Frans te krijgen.
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https://droomm.be Met deze tool kunnen pedagogisch ondersteuners teams begeleiden om na te denken over de manieren waarop zij de relaties tussen ouders en opvang vormgeven. De tool staat online en is gratis te gebruiken. Er hoort ook een handleiding bij.
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Flexibility has become an integral part of our lives and especially of the organisation of the labour market. This has consequences for families: it presents new possibilities, but often also makes liefe and caring for children more complex. This book shows how occasional and flexible childcare can support families. Childcare organisations and poli...
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Flexibiliteit valt niet meer weg te denken uit onze levens en al helemaal niet uit de organisatie van de arbeidsmarkt. Die flexibiliteit heeft gevolgen voor gezinnen: ze biedt nieuwe mogelijkheden maar vaak maakt ze het leven en de zorg voor kinderen complexer. Dit boek toont hoe occasionele en flexibele kinderopvang gezinnen ondersteuning kan bied...
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La flexibilité fait désormais partie intégrante de nos vies et ce constat est d’autant plus saillant au niveau de l’organisation du marché du travail. En effet, cette flexibilité omniprésente affecte les familles : elle crée, certes, de nouvelles possibilités, mais complique souvent la vie et la prise en charge des enfants. Ce livre explique commen...
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Child care is becoming increasingly aware of its possibilities to contribute to a more sustainable future. But how can child care organisations turn this theoretical position into a well-balanced practice? Taking the sdg's as a starting point, this booklet provides several options to co-develop a view on sustainability in a childcare team, to adjus...
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A poster on the choice between washable and disposable diapers.
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A description of the outcomes of an action research in two after school care centres
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From the moment they are born, children make contact with the world around them. Using their eyes and hands, their body and their voice, they react to impressions and give messages. How do you understand their signals and how can you respond to their initiatives?This brochure describes a method to work on interactions with babies. It takes research...
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This method contains: - 9 films in which practitioners of out-of-school care organisations tell about their changed views on parent participation and the actions and thoughts that led to that - 9 reflections sheets: one for each film. - 1 book of methods containing methods to work with a team on parent participation, methods for the team to work w...
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How do caregivers of young children relate parent participation to the children’s wellbeing, in residential child care (n=12), in day care centers (n=9), in family day care (n= 10) .
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This paper presents the preliminary results of an ongoing study about communication between family daycare workers and parents from disadvantaged backgrounds. The goal of this substudy is to analyse how family daycare workers perceive their relationship with these parents and what they actually say when referring to their experiences. The ongoing...
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What do family daycare workers say about their experiences with parents from disadvantaged backgrounds? How do these family daycare workers describe their experiences? This posters presents a discourse analysis of 10 in depth interviews.
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This paper investigates how reciprocal, respectful communication can contribute to a trusting relationship between early childhood practioners and parents from disadvantaged backgrounds. The study builds on the findings of previous studies dealing with the social function of early childhood education (Lesemann, 2002) and adheres to the DECET princ...
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This article explores how infrastractural choices in public space do not honour children's rights. It can be found here: https://streventijdschrift.be/verkeerskinderen/
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Defining language awareness is challenging, since it can refer to a wide variety of practices and involves many research areas such as language teaching, language use and intercultural communication (Svalberg, 2007). For the purpose of this paper we adopt a broad perspective and follow Alim and Alim who state that language awareness is "a prerequis...
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Deze uitgave is het product van een samenwerking tussen twee hogescholen: De Arteveldehogeschool Gent en de Karel de Grote Hogeschool Antwerpen. Het boek is het resultaat van projectmatig wetenschappelijk onderzoek. De inhoud richt zich tot begeleiders van kinderen van één tot vierenhalf jaar en tot al wie deze mensen coacht. Het bevat achtergrondi...
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“Poetic adventures”: on the relation between narrative structures and poetic elements in two Dutch long poems Studying two totally different poems, this article investigates the possible interaction between narrative structures and lyric aspects in the specific genre of the long poem. The analyses concentrate on the identifiable appearance of narra...
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Although the long poem 'Awater' by Martinus Nijhoff has been subjected to many readings, some aspects have not received the attention they deserve. This analysis will focus on two of those: the imagery and the point of view. A careful study of the imagery and its particular functioning in the text as a whole reveals quite a lot on the poem's period...

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Projects (7)
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Stimulating childcare providers to make their outdoor space greener and coaching childcare staff on playing in a green outdoor space with children between 0 en 2.
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Find out what kind of support or materials are helpful for day care pracitioners to accomodate families with a deprived background. In the next step, developing those materials that pedagogical coaches can use to work with practitioners.
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Discovering how family day care workers perceive their contacts with families of a deprived background. This was done by means of a discourse analysis. After that, we developed materials which can be used to train and coach family day care workers.