Lower Mainland group explores quality practices

Exploring quality practices to increase the Social and Emotional
Well-Being of Young Children

Framework in the field from the Lower Mainland group kicking off CR4YC at Terra Nova Nature School

What do we see?

  

Resilience: Terra Nova students share their garden, create with natural loose parts and enjoy fruits from the garden.

CR4YC teachers learn from young children about nurturing independence and comfort through nature.

Lower Mainland group reflects on their experience from the day.

What did we observe about social emotional learning?



  

  

  

And so the data collection begins…

*tweets and documentation from Gina Wong, Vancouver @gnwong and Angela Meredith

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