Monthly Meetings Peer-Mentoring Groups (one in each community of practice) get together face-to-face, once a month. This is a time for building relationships and learning from each other. This may include a guest speaker, depending on the group’s interest. The idea behind the … Read More
From August 8 to 10, an orientation for facilitators took place at Thompson Rivers University. This was a wonderful time to be together, to be able to introduce the project, and to build relationships with the facilitators.
On July 17, Thompson Rivers University (TRU) hosted a press conference to introduce the Peer-Mentoring Project for Early Childhood Educators in British Columbia to the public. Check out the news coverage from various media outlets below: