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The April 2022 issue of HELP Reads is available. The editor’s picks on page 2 highlight new research and resources from HELP and items on page 3 highlight recent ways in which HELP’s monitoring system data and EDI national data have supported important policy planning and action. We encourage you to review this issue to learn more about the various data-driven, research informed initiatives taking place around child development.
The April edition of HELP Reads includes new research on social and emotional learning; childcare, sleep duration trajectories in early childhood and academic outcomes, and more. Recent webinars and reports are also highlighted (e.g., Statistics Canada; Justice Canada; National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine; UNICEF, Indspire, City of Vancouver).
The August edition HELP reads is now available!
This issue of HELP Reads highlights new research and reports. Please explore and make sure to review the recently released Early Development Instrument Wave 8 BC provincial summary.
The Feb HELP Reads is packed with new research including results from Youth Development Instrument (YDI) research; results from an early childhood study in Canada on screen time and developmental health; early learning during the first COVID-19 pandemic school shutdown in Ontario; and of course more.
Please see the wide selection of recently published research and policy papers, along with details of the upcoming HELP webinar “CHEQ trends & connections with the EDI” (March 2, 1:00-2:30pm PST) and more!
This is the first HELP Reads of the year. We’re kicking off January with several new publications. Please scan and share – there is tremendous impressive research included.
The July issue of HELP Reads highlights a selection of recent early learning publications and resources including: recent grant awards, policy-relevant recommendations on education assessment, findings on development profiles and children at risk of autism spectrum disorder, birth weight and readiness to start school.
HELP Reads July 2023 is now available!
The June HELP Reads showcases new child and youth research. Editor’s picks include “the UNICEF Report Card 17 - For every child” and recently published articles by HELP faculty and students.
The March issue of HELP Reads is now available!
Here are new resources and opportunities to learn more about helping children thrive.  There is a range of material, from youth facing nomophobia (anxiety related to ‘no mobile phone phobia’) to the ability to view 20 Years of EDI data a new interactive dashboard from HELP.
The May 2022 HELP Reads is PACKED with research findings, policy and guidance, interventions, global updates, and more.
This issue of HELP Reads highlights recent findings on organized activity participation and emotional wellbeing among non-immigrant and immigrant-origin children in BC: active school transportation; First Nations, Métis, and Inuit youth health in BC, and more.
This issue of HELP Reads highlights new research findings, reviews, national and international reports, policy papers, and more.
This issue of HELP Reads highlights a selection of recent early learning publications and resources.
Summer reading options are available in this issue of HELP Reads. We hope that you find interesting articles in this latest selection!
HELP Reads January 2023 is now available!
This issue of HELP Reads features a special “Indigenous-themed Editor Picks” section to acknowledge National Indigenous Peoples Month and June 21, National Indigenous Peoples Day. It is our honour to be working together in respect of the peoples of these lands and their historical relationships with the land which continue to this day. Thank you…hay č xʷ q̓ə…chet kw'enmantúmi.
If you are new to HELP Reads, this monthly citation list provides cutting edge research and resources, including toolkits and briefs. We invite you to take a look, and share widely.
This month, we are featuring a selection of new publications, with an emphasis on Indigenous publications in recognition of September 30th, the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.