An Evaluation of the Early Care and Education Learning Collaborative Project: Identification of the Level of Support Needed to Optimize Implementation of Nutrition and Physical Activity “Best Practices” in the Child Care Setting

An Evaluation of the Early Care and Education Learning Collaborative Project: Identification of the Level of Support Needed to Optimize Implementation of Nutrition and Physical Activity “Best Practices” in the Child Care Setting2018-10-24T23:40:47-04:00

Project Lead: Carol A. Friesen, Associate Professor/Director Grad Studies/Assistant Department Chair, Family & Consumer Sciences, Ball State University
Co-Project Lead: Marta A. Fetterman, State Project Coordinator, Early Care and Education Learning Collaborative Project
The purpose of this project is to conduct an evaluation of theEarly Care and Education Learning Collaborative Project (ECELC)to determine what type and amount of group training and/or personalized technical assistance is associated with the greatest adoption of nutrition and physical activity “best practices” by type of childcare center. The results of the evaluation will be shared with Nemours and used byJumpIN for Healthy Kidsto select the most effectively way to implement the ECELC program in child care centers.

Marta Fetterman at the Trailblazer Symposium

Watch the Symposium presentation (4/5/17)
Presentation slides created by CHeP’s communication team

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