Looking back and looking forward. With our pilot year ended, we gathered together at Burnaby North in May 2018 to share our learning, findings and excitements as we move into 2018-2019 with our expanding CR4YC group. We were thrilled that Maria LeRose moderated the day for us. Honouring us with […]
Our site includes two school districts, SD53 Okanagan Similkameen, and SD67 Okanagan Skaha, early years community agencies, SenPokChin School in Oliver, Outma Sqilx’w Cultural School, and Little Paws Child Care and Preschool. Today we met for our fourth meeting and explored the 7 facets in a variety of ways. At […]
Changing Results for Young Children (CR4YC) South Vancouver Island – Site Profile In the South Vancouver Island region, we begin – and continue – by acknowledging that we are inquiring together on the traditional territories of many Coast Salish nations: W̱SÁNEĆ First Nations (Saanich), including: BOḰEĆEN – Pauquauchin Band SȾÁ,UTW̱ […]
by: M. Dockendorf
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 […]
Research and Evaluation: CR4YC Evaluation of the first year of CR4YC will be based on: Case studies of approximately 80 children (one for each ECE/teacher) that focus on Social and Emotional Learning and are connected to the Social and Personal Core Competency Instruments: Case Study Cover Sheet Observations of Social […]
Presented by Maureen Dockendorf, September 2017
At the CR4YC Leads meeting last week Kim Schonert-Reichl highlighted key research and resources on SEL and early childhood development. She encouraged us to share widely. Thanks, Kim!