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  1. Andrew Taylor on How a Shared Evaluation Framework Can Be Simple

    Andrew Taylor gives an example of a funder's collaborative in Saskatoon that used a participatory process to arrive at shared evaluation framework that simplified the evaluation design and made it more relevant and culturally responsive to the ...

  2. Jessica Ferne on the Evolution of Licensed to Learn (L2L) Through Data and Evaluation

    Jessica Ferne on her work with Licensed to Learn (L2L) which is a peer tutoring and mentoring program in schools which provides ongoing support and leadership using a peer mentoring approach. She speaks about the evolution of the work in response to ...

  3. Interview with Dr. Jean Clinton on Social Emotional Learning (SEL)

    In this video Dr. Jean unpacks the competencies learned in Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and describes social and emotional learning as an ongoing developmental process. Knowledge Centre Video Promising Young People ...

  4. Interview with Dr. Jean Clinton on Issues Hindering Development

    In this video Dr. Jean describes societal changes that are hindering the social and emotional development of children and youth including mental health, technology, and play. Knowledge Centre Video Promising Young People ...

  5. Interview with Dr. Jean Clinton on 21st Century Skills

    In this video Dr. Jean describes the connection between 21st Century Skills and Social Emotional Learning. Knowledge Centre Video Promising Young People ...

  6. Interview with Dr. Jean Clinton on Promising Practices

    In this video, Dr. Jean highlights promising practices needed to build the capacity of all children for social emotional learning. Knowledge Centre Video Promising Young People ...

  7. Interview with Dr. Jean Clinton on Supportive Connections

    In this video Dr. Jean expounds on the importance of social connections and relationships to children's wellbeing. Knowledge Centre Video Promising Young People ...

  8. Interview with Dr. Jean Clinton on Belonging

    In this video Dr. Jean expounds on social connections and relationships in community groups. Knowledge Centre Video Promising Young People ...

  9. Interview with Dr. Jean Clinton on Toxic Stress

    In this video, Dr. Jean explains stress and the brain and how it impacts the learning and development of children. Knowledge Centre Video Promising Young People ...

  10. About Dr. Kim | Interview with Dr. Kim Schonert-Reichl

    Introducing Dr. Kim Schonert-Reichl, Professor at the University of British Columbia who for the past 20 years has been studying children's social and emotional development. Knowledge Centre Video Promising Young People ...

  11. On Social Emotional Learning (SEL) | Interview with Dr. Kim Schonert-Reichl

    In this video, Dr. Kim makes the case for SEL, what it is and the evidence and science linking SEL to positive outcomes today and for the future. Knowledge Centre Video Promising Young People ...

  12. SEL in Canada | Interview with Dr. Kim Schonert-Reichl

    In this video, Dr. Kim describes the growth of SEL in Canada and provides opportunities for advancing the science and practice of SEL. Knowledge Centre Video Promising Young People ...

  13. Work Research | Interview with Dr. Kim Schonert-Reichl

    In this video, Dr. Kim describes her current work, including research projects, SEL teacher education program, evaluation of evidence based SEL programs, and the neuroscience of SEL. Knowledge Centre Video Promising Young People ...

  14. Measurement | Interview with Dr. Kim Schonert-Reichl

    How do we know how children are really doing? In this video, Dr. Kim focuses on measurement and assessment as well as tools such as the Middle Years Development Index. Knowledge Centre Video Promising Young People ...

  15. A Framework for Social Emotional Learning | Interview with Dr. Kim Schonert-Reichl

    In this video Dr. Kim explains the three dimensions of Social Emotional Learning: Teaching children SEL Skills, Quality Learning Environments (QLE), and SEL for Adults. Knowledge Centre Video Promising Young People ...

  16. QLE and SEL Resources | Interview with Dr. Kim Schonert-Reichl

    In this video Dr. Kim provides her recipe for creating a Quality Learning Environments (QLE) as well as useful resources to support SEL both in the US and Canada. Knowledge Centre Video Promising Young People ...

  17. Shift Disruptors

    Shift Disruptors  is a new series of conversations on the Knowledge Centre that showcase individuals who are innovating and catalyzing change for good. Get ready to listen to, and discuss, podcasts by Keita Demming, an entrepreneur, and others, that ...

  18. Ask Dr. Jean

    Take advantage of the opportunity to ask child development expert, Dr. Jean Clinton questions related to the Middle Years and Brain Development, Social Emotional Learning, Safe and Healthy Screen Time, Bullying, Caring Adults and Child Development. And be ...

  19. The Middle Years

    The Middle Years is a critical time when children ages 6-12 years develop the lifelong skills, identity, and values that form who they will be in the future. How do we better understand Middle Years development? How might we better support children in ...

  20. The State of Evaluation

    MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION PRACTICES IN ONTARIO’S NONPROFIT SECTOR This is the first detailed picture of how evaluation is practiced across our province, and how the findings of evaluation work are being translated into action. Our sincere hope is that ...

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