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Post COVID-19 Families: How Teachers in Early Childhood Settings Are Facilitating Socio-Emotional Development

  • 1.  Post COVID-19 Families: How Teachers in Early Childhood Settings Are Facilitating Socio-Emotional Development

    Posted 20 days ago

    NAEYC supports research efforts and other initiatives from individuals and outside organizations that advance the early childhood profession and the young children it serves.  Hello's Code of Conduct requires that individuals who want to use Hello to disseminate surveys or recruit research/interview subjects need to have these requests approved by NAEYC. These requests should be submitted through this form and will be considered by NAEYC on a case-by-case basis. If approved, NAEYC will disseminate the research request or informational report through an appropriate NAEYC channel, which might include a NAEYC newsletter, HELLO or an interest forum. Following is an approved request. 

     

    Dear Early Childhood Educators,  

    Researchers in the Department of Applied Human Services at Kansas State University are inviting you to participate in a survey that focuses on how early educators are facilitating the socio-emotional development of children in their care during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The research aims to understand the factors influencing how early educators facilitate the socio-emotional development of children in their care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please complete the survey at this link https://kstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8v3Fpl4XpW90G1g. It will take about 20 minutes, and all responses are confidential and anonymous. This study has been approved by Kansas State University IRB. IRB number IRB-10815Please direct any questions to Bradford Wiles at bwiles@ksu.edu or Adelaide Klutse at adklutse@ksu.edu.  Thank you!  



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    Mary Samour
    Online Community Manager
    National Association for the Education of Young Children
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  • 2.  RE: Post COVID-19 Families: How Teachers in Early Childhood Settings Are Facilitating Socio-Emotional Development

    Posted 19 days ago
    I just completed this and also sent to our local contacts. Great questions they posed here on this survey.

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    Jacqueline Kardesh
    Senior Regional Director
    Chicago Fulton Kids & Company
    Chicago IL
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