Conference Paper (unpublished)

PEEP in the pandemic: supporting parent learning on-line

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Hale H, McCartney E, MacKenzie M & Rogerson J (2020) PEEP in the pandemic: supporting parent learning on-line. Early Childhood Voices Conference (ECV 2020), Online, 16.11.2020-20.11.2020. https://earlychildhoodresearch.csu.domains/early-childhood-voices-conference-2020/

Abstract
- A research project entitled 'Evaluating parent and practitioner views of participation in the PEEP Learning Together Programme and developing an enhanced delivery model' is ongoing. -Practitioners tranined by the charity PEEPLE run PEEP Learning Together Programmes (PEEP-LTP) for child-with-parent groups, supporting families to develop effective evidence-based home-learning practices. -There is evidence of parents self-reported developments in these areas. -However, recent COVID-19 restrictions have necessitated moving from face-to-face delivery to on-line approaches. Support to develop online delivery is being offered by PEEPLE.

StatusUnpublished
URLhttp://hdl.handle.net/1893/33327
Publisher URLhttps://earlychildhoodresearch.csu.domains/…conference-2020/
ConferenceEarly Childhood Voices Conference (ECV 2020)
Conference locationOnline
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Dr Hannah Hale
Dr Hannah Hale

Research Fellow, Social Work

Professor Elspeth McCartney
Professor Elspeth McCartney

Honorary Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences

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