Recruitment and Engagement of Low-Income Populations: Service Provider and Researcher Perspectives Posted January 2012
How to connect with low-income populations in order for them to participate in a program or research project is a challenge among community program planners, policy makers, and researchers. The report includes a discussion on recruitment, use of incentives, challenges, as well as retention and communication strategies.
A 4-page executive summary of the report on how to connect with low-income populations in order for them to participate in a program or research project is a challenge among community program planners, policy makers, and researchers.
Early Childhood Measurement and Evaluation (ECME)
Aboriginal Assessment Report Posted 2006
A brief summary of the issues, research, findings and recommendations for the psycho-educational assessment of aboriginal youth and children.
Aboriginal Assessment Factors Posted 2006
A brief summary of the factors related to the psycho-educational assessment of Aboriginal children and youth.
Cross Cultural Handbook Posted 2006
A handbook to help the early childhood development community, teachers, service providers, researchers, clinicians, and local and provincial governments that serve immigrant and refugee families. The handbook highlights the major issues related to the use of North American screening tools with immigrant and refugee children and provides useful lessons on cross cultural approaches to research and practice. to understand the invisible realities that influence parental responses to questions on developmental screening tools.
A needs assessment study surveyed the current measurement knowledge, practice, and tool use of early childhood professionals.