Human Development Learning & Culture
The Work is a way to identify and question the thoughts that cause anger, fear and violence in the world. All are welcome to attend this workshop!
Dr. Jennifer Vadeboncoeur explains what we can learn from a radical educational philosophy that does away with traditional schooling altogether.
Your direct guide for all things new ECPS grad student orientation!
Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 12:30PM | Room 203, Graduate Student Centre | Title: Online Therapy: Client and Counsellor Experiences
Educators in the in the Teacher Education Diploma Program in Dadaab, Kenya send their thanks to students at Westside Montessori Academy Summer Camp who made bookmarks to help them study.
Students at Westside Montessori Academy Summer Camp came together to make 87 laminated book marks for the educators the the Dadaab Refugee Camp.
Dr. Vadeboncoeur discusses the ‘Academic Redshirting’ trend that parents are now facing that deals with greater academic pressures on their children at increasingly younger ages.
Thursday, June 19, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. | Neville Scarfe Building, Room 2415 | Title: Evaluating the Reliability and Validity of the Self-Compassion Scale Adapted for Children
Congratulations to Professor Shelley Hymel for receiving the 2014 Jacqueline Farquhar Endowment for Children’s Mental Health!
Starting the annual convention off right, Professors Bruno Zumbo and Shelley Hymel are scheduled section keynote speakers on Thursday, June 5th, 2014.
What is ‘Engaged Philosophical Inquiry’ and what is its Role in Education and Society?
Alternative notions of schooling in Australia: The story of engaging and reflecting on relational ways of supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students
An event brought to you by the Indigenous Education Office and HDLC – “Alternative notions of schooling in Australia”…
Thursday, March 27, 2014 at 12:30 p.m. | Room 200, Graduate Student Centre | Title: Examining the Patterns of Participation in Out-Of-School Time Structured Programs and Free-Time Activities in Relation to Positive Youth Development During Middle Childhood
Dr. Evers will elaborate on ethical and methodological considerations of her own research with migrant children in Mauritius and how their current livelihoods relate to their family history.
UBC’s Faculty of Education acknowledged the donation by Worth Publishers of 200 copies of their textbook, ‘The Development of Children’, to the Secondary Teacher Education Program in the Dadaab Refugee Camp, Kenya.
Educational & Counselling Psychology, and Special Education Drs. Jenna Shapka and Jennifer Vadeboncoeur present a workshop on, Building a Balanced CV. Your academic CV is a representation of your experiences and growing expertise. If you’re interested in learning more about how to intentionally build a CV that is likely to expand your opportunities for positions […]
12:30pm, Room 200, Graduate Student Centre
4:00 pm – Room 310, Neville Scarfe Building
Exploration of the diversity of experience from adolescence through emerging adulthood, including current educational research and theory on developmental trajectories and learning across family and peer, school and community, and cultural and global contexts. Program Area:
Designed primarily for graduate students preparing for post-secondary teaching. Examination of issues from the standpoint of research in educational psychology, including principles of learning, instructional technology, assessment, as well as developing, organizing, and evaluating instruction. Program Area: HDLC Credits: 3
Advanced research in human development, learning, and culture across perspectives from educational psychology. Topics rotate given faculty expertise. Students are encouraged to explore their research interests within the context of the course. Program Area: HDLC Credit: 3/6
Cross-listed with LLED 576/062. Program Area: HDLC Credits: 3
Cross-listed with LLED 575 Program Area: HDLC Credits: 3
Examination of theoretical approaches to human development, learning, and culture relevant to education. Topics rotate given faculty expertise. Students are encouraged to explore their research interests within the context of the course. Program Area: HDLC Credits: 3
Investigates a range of developmental theories and research relevant to education. Topics address biological, social/emotional, and cognitive development, as well as contexts and factors influencing developmental wellbeing, including families, peers, schools, and communities. Program Area: HDLC Credits: 3
Investigates sociocultural research, pedagogies, and historically significant and emerging concepts, including situated learning, development as cultural participation, knowledge / identity, mediation, artifacts. Formal and informal learning environments are discussed, designed, and critically analyzed. Program Area: HDLC
Introduction to research in education and educational psychology, including cognitive, sociocultural, and technological approaches to teaching and learning in diverse contexts, and cognitive, social and emotional development across the lifespan. Program Area: HDLC Credits: 3
This course is an introduction to the process and practice of research in education. It provides…
View full description of EPSE 590 Graduating Paper/Seminar. EPSE 590 Statement of Focus Worksheet Credits: 3
Historical and methodological foundations of contemporary studies on motivation. An interdisciplinary review, including how models of motivation differentially impact approaches to pedagogy, curriculum, and other aspects of learning in and beyond schools and communities of practice. Section: 2. Learning Disabilities MA Additional Content Requirements (choose 3 credits): Credits: 3
Heading 2: MERM MA Thesis (6 credits): Program Area: ALL SPED-LD Section: 5. Learning Disabilities MA Thesis Requirement (6 credits): Credits: 6
Practicum with focus on student area of interest. Letters after EPSE 561 indicate which focus area is taught. EPSE 561A, EPSE 561B – School Psychology (SCPS) EPSE 561H, EPSE 561I – Human Development Learning and Culture (HDLC) (EPSE 561a School Psychology Practicum I; EPSE 561b School Psychology Practicum II). An integrated school-based experience in psychosocial […]
This course is an introduction to the process and practice of research in education. It provides an overview of a variety of educational research methods and introduces both “quantitative” and “qualitative” approaches. In this course, students are assisted to recognize research paradigms as examples of disciplined inquiry, situate various models of inquiry, such as experimental, correlational, and single-subject designs, ethnography, and case studies. Within these models of inquiry, students will be guided to understand, interpret, and critique studies conducted using a variety of methodological approaches, and plan a study with a research design appropriate to a selected research question. The students in this course:
examine characteristics of different educational research paradigms
study applications of these research paradigms to different educational problems
develop skills necessary to conduct a literature review and construct an integrated and critical summary of the literature in a particular area
develop strategies for understanding, interpreting, and evaluating research articles conducted within a range of research traditions
identify a research question of interest they would like to investigate
Principles of instructional design and their application to the development, analysis, and evaluation of instructional plans for selected settings, instructional formats, and age groupings of learners
This course focuses on building teachers’ competencies in creating school and classroom environments that are safe, supportive, caring and respectful. Recognizing the long-standing, historical debates regarding discipline and classroom management, this course provides teacher candidates with an understanding of how traditional discipline and classroom management practices that have emphasized reactive and punitive approaches have given way to a more recent focus on positive approaches, including self-discipline, internalization and restorative practices that focus on building and preserving relationships in an effort to promote positive classroom contexts for learning.
This course is designed to provide a broad overview of theories about how children develop, learn and grow up in a diverse society and how an understanding of development and diversity can inform educational practice.
Tuesday, October 22, 2013 - 14:00 - 16:00 Title: Investigating Factor Structure and Validity Evidence of a Measure Assessing Students’ Perceptions of Teachers’ Social and Emotional Competence Scarfe Library Block, room 271 Examining Committee: Dr. Kimberly Schonert-Reichl, Research Supervisor Dr. Martin Guhn, Committee Member Dr. Robert Roeser, External Examiner Abstract: This study introduces the Students’ Perceptions of Teacher […]
Children’s Drawings as Expressions of “Narrative Philosophizing” Concepts of Life and Death In a Gender Comparison of German and Japanese Elementary School Children Neville Scarfe, room 310 Dr. Eva Marsal is a full Professor of Philosophy at the University of Education Karlsruhe, Germany Abstract: One of Kant’s famous questions about being human asks, “What may […]
Join in Downtown Vancouver for an important and enlightening dialogue about bullying. Coast Coal Harbour Hotel (Coal Harbour Ballroom) 1180 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC – map Bullying has long been considered a part of growing up. In recent years, however, the problem of bullying seems to have escalated. But why? Increased family dysfunction? Lax […]
Location: Neville Scarfe Library Block 278 ‘Engaged Philosophical Inquiry’ is a form of community based dialogue that makes not only children, but citizens of all ages, think together about existential questions like: “What is happiness?” “Who is a friend?” “What is freedom?” etc. The aim is to create meaning and deepen our experience together, as well […]
For new students, the department has organized a Graduate Student Orientation to be held from 3:00 to 5:30 pm in the Scarfe Building. For new and returning students there is a BBQ at 5:30 pm on the west side of the Scarfe Office Block. Everyone is encouraged to come out for some free food and […]
The Faculty of Education and the SRLCanada Consortium invite you to a day of dialogue with local and world-renowned experts: Build awareness about SRL. Learn how SRL theory and research are being translated to policy and practice in BC’s schools. Dialogue with researchers and Ministry representatives. Find out more about presenters and schedule of events: […]
Make sure to catch ECPS Professor Shelley Hymel’s keynote opening lecture on May 30th for the Faculty of Education’s Research Day! Dr. Hymel’s lecture, “Making Research Mutually Beneficial: Community Collaborations that Make a Difference” will begin at 1 pm in the Sty-Wet-Tan Hall, First Nations House of Learning. Be there early to check-in! Research Day […]
Neville Scarfe Building, 2125 Main Mall UBC Point Grey Campus Investigating Our Practices 2013, 16th Annual Conference is co-sponsored by the Faculty of Education and the BC Teachers’ Federation. Register today to participate and witness 70 interactive presentations by practicing teachers, graduate students, undergraduate students, and university educators from different educational contexts. Registration fee: $25 […]
UBC Point Grey Campus UBC Old Auditorium 6344 Memorial Road Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z2 Heart – Mind 2013 Conference Explores the latest science and practice that shows how Mindfulness fosters the development of compassion, confidence and resilience in children, and helps them develop respectful and nurturing relationships. The conference plenaries, dialogues and workshops are […]
Neville Scarfe Building, Rm. 310 Barbara Weber (ECPS, UBC) and Susan Gardner (Philosophy, Capilano University), together as the directors of the Vancouver Institute of Philosophy for Children (VIPC), are hosting a BC conference on the “philosophical community of inquiry with children” at UBC. Their goal is to create a British Columbia network/organization/hub of individuals and […]
Wednesday, April 18, 2012 – 10:00 – Monday, April 23, 2012 – 10:00 Dr. Kim Schonert-Reichl, Associate Professor, HDLC, has been nominated for a YWCA 2012 Woman of Distinction Award in Education, Training and Development. From the YWCA website: “An applied developmental psychologist in the Faculty of Education at UBC, Kimberly endeavours to make social-emotional […]
Thursday, April 19, 2012 - 12:30 - 14:00 HDLC fellows, You are invited cordially to a discussion session and free lunch with a candidate professor for HDLC, Dr. Barbara Weber. Dr. Barbara Weber will be discussing about ‘Fostering Democracy in School Cultures: On the Development of Teachers and Learners for a Pluralistic Society’. This will be a great chance for […]
Title: Positive Development in Early Adolescence: The Importance of Supportive Adults and Social Competencies for Well-being and Academic Success Room 200, Graduate Student Centre Research Supervisor: Dr. Kimberly Schonert-Reichl (HDLC) Supervisory Committee: Dr. Bruno Zumbo (MERM) University Examiners: Dr. Barbara Weber (HDLC), Dr. Charlotte Johnston (PSYC) External Examiner: Dr. Dale Blyth (University of Minnesota) Abstract: […]
Title: Young Children’s Engagement in Self-Regulation at School Room 200, Graduate Student Centre Research Supervisor: Dr. Nancy Perry (ECPS) Supervisory Committee: Dr. Jenna Shapka (ECPS) University Examiners: Dr. Kimberly Schonert-Reichl (ECPS) , Dr. Marilyn Chapman (LLED) External Examiner: Dr. David Whitebread (University of Cambridge) Abstract: Self-regulation involves metacognition, motivation, and strategic action. Children who develop […]
Scarfe, Office Block Room #310 Attention all Faculty of Education Faculty and Staff Dr. William Borgen is being considered to extend his Headship within the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, and Special Education. On Thursday, March 21, 2013, Dr. Borgen gave a talk to members of the ECPS Department and Faculty of Education. You […]
Monday, July 30, 2012 - 09:30 - 11:30 Title: Children’s perspectives on relationships with non-parental adults: Insights from a structured intergenerational program Scarfe Library Block Room 278 Examining Committee: Dr. Shelley Hymel, Research Supervisor Dr. Kimberly Schonert-Reichl, Committee Member Dr. Jolie Mayer-Smith, Department Examiner Abstract: A considerable number of studies have documented the importance of the relationships between adolescents and non-parental […]
Monday, July 9, 2012 - 16:00 - 18:00 Title: Making Canadian Culture Visible: Acculturation as a Co-Construction of Culture Where: Room 203, Graduate Student Centre Examining Committee: Supervisor: Dr. F. Ishu Ishiyama (ECPS) Supervisory Committee: Dr. Carl Leggo (LLED) Supervisory Committee: Dr. Karen Meyer (EDCP) University Examiners: Dr. Marv Westwood (ECPS) and Dr. Stephen Carey (LLED) External Examiner: Dr. […]
Wednesday, May 30, 2012 - 14:00 - 16:15 To All HDLC students, It’s the end of the academic year and time to celebrate with students who are graduating! We are inviting you to the HDLC end of the year celebration on: Wednesday, May 30 from 2 PM – 4:15 PM in Room 310. The schedule of the day will […]