News & Stories

May 7, 2018
Case Studies in Deaf Education: Inquiry, Application, and Resources

Case Studies in Deaf Education provides comprehensive materials that will prepare prospective teachers to work with the diverse spectrum of students who are d/Deaf and hard of hearing (d/Dhh) and empower them to better understand these complex and unique learners.
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March 29, 2018
Interview with CNPS Doctoral Candidate, Karolina Rozworska

Karolina is hoping her research outline aspects of mothers' functioning related to their use of emotion coaching and better define what mothers need to support their efforts.
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March 12, 2018
Welcome Jesse Liang to ECPS

Born and raised in Xi'an, the home of China's terracotta warriors, Jesse now calls the West End home, and is a dedicated cycle-commuter. During the past four years, he has pedaled 5,500 kilometers annually!
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February 13, 2018
Reappointment of Dr. Shelley Hymel as Edith Lando Professor in Social and Emotional Learning

Reappointment of Dr. Shelley Hymel as Edith Lando Professor in Social and Emotional Learning.
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February 5, 2018
ECPS Welcomes Dr. Shawna Faber tenure-track Instructor in Human Development, Learning and Culture.

Dr. Faber will join ECPS as a tenure – track Instructor in Human Development, Learning and Culture on May 1, 2018. Dr Faber is already a valued member at ECPS where she has served as a 12 month lecturer since 2012 .
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January 15, 2018
mECPS: Aloysius Anyichie, ECPS’ HDLC Ph.D. Candidate

The mECPS digital feature series shares the stories of ECPS students & faculty. ECPS is home to world-class learners and educators, each of whom offers something unique to tell. Through these stories, we can learn more about each other and the resources that exist around us, and create community-building conversations. Aloysius Anyichie, ECPS’ HDLC Ph.D. […]
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December 22, 2017
Office Closure 2017 Holiday Season

Please note that our office is closed from noon, December 22nd and re-opens on January 2nd, 2018
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December 19, 2017
Welcome to ECPS, Tim Laidler!

We are pleased and excited to welcome Tim Laidler! Tim will join us as the Network Coordinator and Advisor for Veterans Research in the Centre of Group Counselling and Trauma. Tim  has been a member of the Canadian Armed Forces Service since 2002. After pursuing studies in philosophy, Tim went on to the University of […]
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November 28, 2017
M.Ed. in Counselling Psychology (Focus on Vocational Rehabilitation Counselling)

Apply by January 31, 2018 for the next program intake of July 2018.
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November 22, 2017
“Toronto school board’s draft proposal to ‘reform’ gifted program has parents worried” – The Globe and Mail

Our very own Dr. Owen Lo was interviewed yesterday by the Globe and Mail to speak to the proposed changes to the gifted education program by the Toronto District School Board. The article highlights a change to the gifted program that some believe will cause advanced students to lose out. https://tgam.ca/2hJDtXv    
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September 22, 2017
Obituary for Dr. Perry T. Leslie (1944-2017)

  Dr. Perry Leslie’s unexpected death on Thursday, September 14 will be met with great sadness by his friends and colleagues at UBC and in the Deaf Education and Special Education communities.   Dr. Leslie joined UBC in 1975 and retired as Emeritus Professor of Special Education in 2003. He was immensely proud of his UBC […]
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September 11, 2017
mECPS: Jenna Shapka, Professor, HDLC

The mECPS digital feature series shares the stories of ECPS students & faculty. ECPS is home to world-class learners and educators, each of whom offers something unique to tell. Through these stories, we can learn more about each other and the resources that exist around us, and create community-building conversations. Tell us about how first […]
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August 16, 2017
mECPS: Deborah Butler, Professor, HDLC

The mECPS digital feature series shares the stories of ECPS students & faculty. ECPS is home to world-class learners and educators, each of whom offers something unique to tell. Through these stories, we can learn more about each other and the resources that exist around us, and create community-building conversations. When and where it all […]
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July 21, 2017
mECPS: Nikki Yee, Ph.D. candidate, SPED

The mECPS digital feature series shares the stories of ECPS students & faculty. ECPS is home to world-class learners and educators, each of whom offers something unique to tell. Through these stories, we can learn more about each other and the resources that exist around us, and create community-building conversations. Where have you directed your […]
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July 17, 2017
Robyn McClure Awarded 2017/18 Killam Doctoral Scholarship

Congratulations to SCPS doctoral candidate, Robyn McClure, for her recent success in receiving a Killam Doctoral Scholarship for the 2017-2018 academic year!
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