Technology Impact survey 2: an analysis of the impact of the computers received by students from Catholic Social Services (CSS), Edmonton Immigrant Services Association (EISA), Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers (EMCN), Francophonie Albertaine Plurielle (FRAP) and REACH Edmonton between December 2020 and January 2021.
The Kid Kit by United Way: Provides a series of activity and learning kits for practitioners who work with families to encourage child development through responsive and playful interactions.
The kits are intended for programs who have an ongoing relationship with families and can utilize the kits in their programming. Kits can be used with families during home visits, or dropped off at the home and used virtually to show parents how to use the tools and what the activities are promoting for their child’s growth.
If you are interested in learning more about Kid Kits, please complete this doodle poll to join a 30 minute information session to learn more about these resources
Impact Survey: The Impact of Technology devices on students and Families – Results from the ELIP Computer For Students working group regarding the impact on students and families who received technology devices from United Way and C5 in the spring of 2020. This interactive report allows you to click on specific areas to gain more insight into the data collected
Child and Youth Services Map – an interactive map from REACH Edmonton detailing a wide range of child and youth programs as a tool for service providers and families to discover appropriate programs for kids.
Evaluation for Refugees helps build the evaluation capacity of the refugee sector across Canada in order to improve supports and outcomes for refugee newcomers. The Centre for Community Based Research (CCBR) and the Evaluation Capacity Network, University of Alberta (UofA) lead this national initiative