Models of Early Childhood Development - Presentations

Models of Early Childhood Development: An international conference

5-6 June 2012 – Hotel Omni Mont-Royal, Montreal, Québec, Canada

 

5 JUNE 2012

MODELS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICES AROUND THE WORLD

 

Early development and learning in Europe: Traditions, influences and challenges - John Bennett

Early childhood services in Finland: Strengths and vulnerabilities - Païvi Santalahti

Organisational model for early childhood services in New Zealand - Richie Poulton

PIM: A Brazilian intersectoral program for early development and learning. Why, what and how: Lessons learned and challenges - Osmar Terra (To come)

 

CHALLENGES OF LARGE-SCALE IMPLEMENTATION OF BEST EARLY CHILDHOOD PRACTICES

 

Starting small, growing big – a matter of planning or luck? - Marc Mataheru

Early Years Study 3 – Making decisions, taking action - Margaret McCain

Workshop A :
Empowering parents, strengthening families, and building healthy communities: Lessons learned from implementing the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program in Manitoba - Rob Santos, Steven Feldgaier

Is population delivery a local issue? Early experiences from Longford Westmeath Parenting Partnership (Ireland) - Conor Owens

Workshop B :
Taking evidence-based home visiting programs to scale: Implementation of the Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) in England - Jacqueline Barnes

Workshop C :
Advancing quality school readiness programs in early childhood through systematic change - Susan H. Landry

 

6 JUNE 2012

CHALLENGES OF LARGE-SCALE IMPLEMENTATION OF BEST EARLY CHILDHOOD PRACTICES

 

Promoting early childhood services in the U.K. - George Hosking

The development of early years services in Ireland - Jim Breslin

Experimentation for better policy-making - Jean-Pierre Voyer

Toronto First Duty: Demonstrating effective public policy - Kerry McCuaig

 

IMPORTANCE OF EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT: POLICY CHALLENGES

 

Keynote speech by Michelle Bachelet

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