Research and Related Studies
The data collected for this report was achieved through attendance lists from professional development, surveys to the child care community and documents completed during the Raising the Bar on Quality Peer Review.
The silver phase review year took place from April 1, 2010 to May 20, 2011. The data in the tables below are derived from the activities that occurred during the silver review year, and took place over a 13 month timeline. The information collected for this report was achieved through attendance lists from professional development (workshops, seminars and networking groups), impact surveys to the child care community, and documents completed during the Raising the Bar on Quality Peer Review.
A brief Summation of the 2011-12 Raising the Bar year in Review.
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How Does Learning Happen?
A professional learning resource for educators working in child care and child and family programs. In early years settings, it supports pedagogy and program development that is shaped by views about children, the role of educators and families, and the relationships among them. It builds on foundational knowledge of children and is grounded in new research and leading-edge practice from around the world.
Describes how young children learn and develop, and provides a guide for curriculum in Ontario's early childhood settings.