Results from an online survey completed by Maritime Families near the beginning of the COVID-19 global pandemic to understand how it was influencing the lives of Maritime Families with young children, including their routines and needed supports.
Results from interviews completed with the same Maritime Families as above to understand how the COVID-19 global pandemic has continued to influence the lives of Maritime Families over time as they adjust to changed routines and adapt to changing realities.
Positive Solutions for Families: Promoting Positive Parent Behaviours to Support Social Emotional Health
Results represent the experiences of parents and facilitators who participated in a series of in-person and/or online (due to COVID-19) workshops for families. The workshops were designed to help parents learn new skills and strategies to support the social and emotional health of their young children.
Families' Experiences of a Universal Play-based Early Childhood Program in Nova Scotia
Results represent the experiences of parents/guardians who completed a survey about Nova Scotia’s Pre-primary Program in the 2017-18 school year which included: how the program supported them and their children, the challenges and barriers to accessing the program, and their perceptions of the staff and curriculum.
Addressing the Achievement Gap Through Pre-primary
Results reflect a survey that examined how the introduction of the Pre-primary program was influencing future Early Childhood Educators in terms of their perception of changes in workforce opportunities and their expectations about future employment.
Establishing a Current State of Healthy Eating Practices Across Early Learning Environments