Registration is open for our May 27th MDI Webinar!

Understanding and Supporting the Well-being of Children in Middle Childhood: Recent Data Trends from the Middle Years Development Instrument

Date and Time: Wednesday, May 27 from 3:15 to 4:15

Middle Years Development Instrument (MDI) School District & Community Reports for 2019/2020 will be released the week of May 25th. Supporting the well-being of children in our schools and communities is more important now than ever before. MDI data are meant to spur conversations and support planning for children’s well-being, social and emotional learning, and resiliency in classrooms, schools, families, and communities. Dr. Kim Schonert-Reichl will share the latest MDI findings, highlight some important data trends, and discuss these in the context of the current pandemic. She will also provide examples and practical strategies of how MDI data can be used at the school, school district, and community level for supporting the well-being of our children. We will be joined by special guest Gail Markin, Social Emotional Learning Support K-12 for the Langley School District. Gail will share her experience using the MDI to support child well-being in Langley and throughout BC.

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Can’t make it?  Don’t worry!  It will be available on our DiscoverMDI website a few days following the broadcast. The link will be posted under “Recorded Webinars and Online Training”: