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Nanaimo (SD 68) – EDI Wave 6
November 2016
Dr. Martin Guhn
The Early Development Instrument
To be vulnerable means that a child
is at increased risk of encountering
difficulties in the school years
and beyond​.
EDI Collection History
Nanaimo
SD 68 (Nanaimo) TRENDS IN EDI VULNERABILITY
Physical Health & Well-being
Physical readiness
for school
Physical
independence
Gross and
fine motor skills
dressed inapp...
SD 68 Physical Health & Well-being
0.0
5.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
25.0
30.0
%Vulnerable
SD 68
BC
Social Competence
Overall social competence Respect and responsibility Approaches to learning
Readiness to explore new
thi...
SD 68 Social Competence
0.0
5.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
25.0
30.0
%Vulnerable
SD 68
BC
Emotional Maturity
Prosocial and helping
behaviour
Hyperactive and inattentive
behaviour
Aggressive behaviour Anxious and ...
SD 68 Emotional Maturity
0.0
5.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
25.0
30.0
%Vulnerable
SD 68
BC
Language & Cognitive Development
Basic literacy
Interest in math/reading and
memory
Advanced literacy Basic numeracy
handl...
SD 68 Language & Cognitive Development
0.0
5.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
25.0
30.0
%Vulnerable
SD 68
BC
COMMUNICATION SKILLS &
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
English language communication skills
Awareness of the world
SD 68 Communication Skills &
General Knowledge
0.0
5.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
25.0
30.0
%Vulnerable
SD 68
BC
SD 68 Results in Provincial Context
Neighbourhood Results
Neighbourhood Results
Neighbourhood Results
Neighbourhood Results
Neighbourhood Results
Neighbourhood Results
Neighbourhood Results
Neighbourhood Results
SD68 Nanaimo EDI Presentation 2016
SD68 Nanaimo EDI Presentation 2016
SD68 Nanaimo EDI Presentation 2016
SD68 Nanaimo EDI Presentation 2016
SD68 Nanaimo EDI Presentation 2016
SD68 Nanaimo EDI Presentation 2016
SD68 Nanaimo EDI Presentation 2016
SD68 Nanaimo EDI Presentation 2016
SD68 Nanaimo EDI Presentation 2016
SD68 Nanaimo EDI Presentation 2016
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Nov. 9, 2016 GNEYP Research Event – Investigating the Early Development Instrument (EDI) & Toddler Development Instrument (TDI)

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SD68 Nanaimo EDI Presentation 2016

  1. 1. Nanaimo (SD 68) – EDI Wave 6 November 2016 Dr. Martin Guhn
  2. 2. The Early Development Instrument
  3. 3. To be vulnerable means that a child is at increased risk of encountering difficulties in the school years and beyond​.
  4. 4. EDI Collection History
  5. 5. Nanaimo
  6. 6. SD 68 (Nanaimo) TRENDS IN EDI VULNERABILITY
  7. 7. Physical Health & Well-being Physical readiness for school Physical independence Gross and fine motor skills dressed inappropriately Independent in washroom proficient at holding pen too tired hand preference manipulates objects late well coordinated climbs stairs hungry sucks thumb level of energy overall physical
  8. 8. SD 68 Physical Health & Well-being 0.0 5.0 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 30.0 %Vulnerable SD 68 BC
  9. 9. Social Competence Overall social competence Respect and responsibility Approaches to learning Readiness to explore new things overall social/emotional follows rules Listens attentively curious about the world gets along with peers respects property follows directions eager play with new toy cooperative self-control completes work on time eager to play a new game plays with various children respect for adults works independently eager to read new book self-confidence respect for children works neatly accept responsibility independent solve problems takes care of materials follow simple instructions tolerance for mistakes follow class routines adjust to changes in routines
  10. 10. SD 68 Social Competence 0.0 5.0 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 30.0 %Vulnerable SD 68 BC
  11. 11. Emotional Maturity Prosocial and helping behaviour Hyperactive and inattentive behaviour Aggressive behaviour Anxious and fearful behaviour help someone who is hurt restless gets into fights seems unhappy/depressed clear up mess distractible bullies or is mean fearful stop quarrel fidgets kicks, bites, etc. worried offers help to others impulsive takes others’ things cries a lot comforts upset difficulty awaiting turns laughs at discomfort nervous spontaneously helps can't settle disobedient indecisive invite bystanders to join inattentive temper tantrums shy helps sick children upset when left by parent
  12. 12. SD 68 Emotional Maturity 0.0 5.0 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 30.0 %Vulnerable SD 68 BC
  13. 13. Language & Cognitive Development Basic literacy Interest in math/reading and memory Advanced literacy Basic numeracy handles a book interested in books reads simple words sorts and classifies identifies at least 10 letters interested in reading reads complex words 1 to 1 correspondence attach sounds to letters interested in maths reads simple sentences counts to 20 rhyming awareness interested in number games writing voluntarily recognizes 1-10 take part in group reading able remember things write simple words compares numbers write own name write simple sentences recognizes shapes experiments writing tools time concepts aware writing directions
  14. 14. SD 68 Language & Cognitive Development 0.0 5.0 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 30.0 %Vulnerable SD 68 BC
  15. 15. COMMUNICATION SKILLS & GENERAL KNOWLEDGE English language communication skills Awareness of the world
  16. 16. SD 68 Communication Skills & General Knowledge 0.0 5.0 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 30.0 %Vulnerable SD 68 BC
  17. 17. SD 68 Results in Provincial Context
  18. 18. Neighbourhood Results
  19. 19. Neighbourhood Results
  20. 20. Neighbourhood Results
  21. 21. Neighbourhood Results
  22. 22. Neighbourhood Results
  23. 23. Neighbourhood Results
  24. 24. Neighbourhood Results
  25. 25. Neighbourhood Results

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