A panel discussion was held with experts in child and adolescent development with a focus on the importance of time (e.g., age, cohort) and place (e.g., home, school, social interaction) in conducting research as intervention. Three Canadian projects are presented: Better Beginnings Better Futures, Pilot Project: Readiness to Learn in Minority Francophone Communities (formerly the Child Care Pilot Project), and Understanding the Early Years (UEY). Invited panellists examine the element of time and place according to their unique perspectives.
Published: July 2011
Capability: Knowledge Mobilization/ Workshop Facilitation
Policy Area: P-12 Education - Preschool
Population: Communities and Families - Children - Official Language Minorities