This Peer-Mentoring Project is based on previous research with Early Childhood Educators throughout BC, and is deeply connected with the local and provincial early childhood education field. This has been an intentional choice made by me (Laura), the principal investigator of this research, as I have wanted to work directly with Early Childhood Educators, believing […]
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: