Małgorzata Karwowska-Struczyk

Małgorzata Karwowska-Struczyk, Prof.

Prof. Małgorzata Karwowska- Struczyk is currently a professor at the University of Warsaw (Poland), and has been involved in ECEC for 30 years, firstly as a psychologist working with young abandoned children, then as a researcher in the field of child development and education, finally a teacher educator and the Head of the ECEC Department at Warsaw University (Faculty of Education). She has written over 100 articles, contributions to books and also her original books. Karwowska-Struczyk has cooperated with the Van Leer Foundation, World Association for Case Studies and Applications (WACRA), World Forum Foundation as a National Leader. For many years she has been Polish Coordinator for the International High / Scope / IEA comparative Quality of Life study. She was The Coordinator of the FP7 Curriculum and the Impact of Early European Review Childhood Education and Care Project (CARE) in Poland.

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University of Warsaw Faculty of Education (Poland)


Bove Ch., Mantovani S., Jensen B., Karwowska-Struczyk M., Wysłowsk O., Report on “good practice” case studies of professional Development in three countries, CARE, 2016.

Karwowska-Struczyk M. (2007), Jakość edukacji przedszkolnej – wyzwanie czy nadawanie znaczenia, in: Dziecko sukcesy I porażki, pp. 237-246.

Karwowska-Struczyk M. (2011), Preschool education - in search of other approaches to ECEC Looking for other solutions, WUW.