Collaborative Action: A National Symposium for Child Well-Being in the Middle Years (August 20th to 21st)
How are our children doing right now and how is this changing over time? The Middle Years Development Instrument (MDI) tells us so much, but what else is there to learn? Who can we learn it from? How can we be more effective in our goals of enhancing children’s social-emotional well-being?
If you find yourself asking the above questions, then check out Collaborative Action: A National Symposium for Child Well-Being in the Middle Years, taking place from August 20th to 21st at the University of British Columbia by the Human Early Learning Partnership (HELP).
This symposium is designed to inspire, motivate and strengthen leadership skills by focusing on child well-being through a systems-thinking lens. Join individuals in the field of child well-being from across Canada as they gather together to share research and practice, to learn from each other, and to generate new ideas.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to enhance your effectiveness as a champion for child well-being and to network with colleagues from across Canada. Register for the symposium no later than May 31st to be able to receive the special early-bird rate!
Find out more about Collaborative Action: A National Symposium for Child Well-Being in the Middle Years here.
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