Early Childhood Learning
This page provides some quick links to a variety of information on Early Childhood Learning.
CCL has recently unveiled a series of interactive maps that monitor literacy scores and levels for provinces, regions and more than 50,000 neighbourhoods across Canada.
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State of Learning in Canada: Early Childhood Learning
Early childhood learning and development are inextricable— without a strong foundation of physical, emotional, cognitive and social development, successful learning is less likely to follow. (January 2007)
The Minerva Lecture Series was created to foster discussion between Canadian learning researchers and citizens from across the country. The Minerva Lecture Series is a unique opportunity to understand how research can inform and affect learning for all at different stages of life.
Lessons in Learning is published to provide Canadians with independent information about 'what works' in learning. Read articles related to Early Childhood Learning in Canada.
Gorilla Parenting from The Jungle Room takes viewers into the parenting trenches by addressing questions modern parents confront daily. This video series was first broadcast on TVO and produced by Sinking Ship Entertainment with support from CCL.
Profiles in Learning is CCL’s ongoing series of feature articles exploring the unique lives and learning experiences of eminent Canadians.
Reading, writing, arithmetic (and repetition)
Robert Bateman’s vision for Canadian kids, May 14, 2009
Early Childhood Learning Knowledge Centre
The ECLKC offers a series of products, free of charge, designed for a variety of audiences interested in early childhood learning.
The quality of a child’s early experience and learning has a direct impact on his or her future success. The Early Childhood Learning Knowledge Centre identified priorities for research and best practices, and created networks to ensure that the most current knowledge about early childhood learning was shared across Canada. Read more...