HELP is excited to announce that the latest Middle Years Development Instrument (MDI) reports are now available. To date, over 33,000 grade 4 and grade 7 students in BC have completed the MDI, providing invaluable insight into the thoughts, feelings and experiences of children both inside and outside of school.
This year’s reports include an expanded set of results which include comparisons to the average of all participating school districts. These are exciting new changes that will offer increased value and new insights. Another new addition this year is A Guide to Understanding your MDI Results, which includes definitions of terms used, a detailed explanation of scoring and a list of academic literature related to child well-being.
A webinar has been scheduled for June 3 (3:30-4:15) to discuss the improvements made to this year’s reports and to offer some time and space for a question and answer period. Dr. Kimberly Schonert-Reichl, the MDI’s developer and HELP’s Interim Director, and Jennifer Fox, HELP’s Community Engagement Coordinator, will walk you through the changes and offer valuable insight into how you can move to action with your MDI results. This webinar is an excellent opportunity ...
Posted:May 26, 2015, 10:50 a.m.