Past Events

Dr. Bruno Zumbo’s invited address for the Research Methods and Analysis Series
Event Date: 2023/01/19

Dr. Bruno Zumbo is giving an invited address at the Research Methods and Analysis Series hosted by the Department of Psychology, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan, Italy. The event will be attended by researchers across Italy and other nations across Europe and North America. The title of his invited address is “Validity Theories, Frameworks […]
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PSCTC Professional Development Workshop: Writing Effective, User-Friendly Assessment Reports
Event Date: 2022/2/7

Workshop Flyer Date: Monday, February 7th Time: 4:30 – 6:00pm PST Platform: UBC Zoom (the link will be emailed to registered participants) Click here to Register The Psychological Services & Counselling Training Centre (PSCTC) at the University of British Columbia is excited to host a panel featuring Drs. Kallista Bell, Kimberley DaSilva, Laurie Ford, and […]
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Trauma Informed Practice Institute 2022 Training
Event Date: 2022/12/11

2022 Training PDF Please note this is a third-party event not organized or sponsored by UBC and UBC, therefore, makes no representations with respect to the event. Trauma Informed Practice Training Level 1 Trauma and the Body Upcoming Training Workshop runs from 9:30 AM – 4 PM via Zoom. Register on Eventbrite: January 16, 2022 […]
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Faculty of Education’s Graduation Reception
Event Date: 2022/11/23

The Faculty of Education invites you to attend a reception in the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre immediately following your graduation on Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. The event will include light fare, coffee, and a chance to celebrate alongside friends, family, and fellow graduates. The Faculty of Education invites guests and attendees to review and […]
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CNPS Information Sessions 2022
Event Date: 2022/11/2

The CNPS Information Sessions will be chaired by Dr. Robinder Bedi 1st Session Thursday, October 6th, 4:45 – 6:45 PM Hosted in-person at Neville Scarfe Room 310 2nd Session Wednesday, November 2nd, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM Hosted via Zoom (Please e-mail to register by November 1st at 4pm) *Zoom link will be sent the morning […]
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The Network of LS Canada Learning Symposium: Advancing Justice Through Critical Open Pedagogy
Event Date: 2022/11/17

Advancing Justice Through Critical Open Pedagogy This presentation will introduce Critical Open Pedagogy and discuss how this approach can be used to advance pedagogical goals related to epistemic and social justice. Participants will leave with an understanding of what open pedagogy is, and how it can be coupled with critical pedagogy to disrupt and decenter […]
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Children Learning to Read Digital Data as ‘Texts’: A case study of critical algorithmic education
Event Date: 2022/11/16

The Digital Literacy Centre presents Visiting Scholar, Hyeon-Seon Jeong, from Gyeongin National University of Education, South Korea Join us in the multi-purpose room, 2012 Ponderosa Commons for a roundtable entitled Children Learning to Read Digital Data as ‘Texts’: A case study of critical algorithmic education on Wednesday, November 16th from 12 to 1 pm. About […]
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Into the Unknown: Effects of the Pandemic on Children’s Mental Health
Event Date: 2022/10/3

Attendees will learn about the current research on the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on children’s mental health & wellness, and implications for Early Childhood Educators. Strategies for helping children navigate uncertainty and build emotional literacy in the context of the systemic impact of the pandemic will also be discussed. Date & Time Monday, Oct. […]
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Social Justice Committee’s Speaker Series: Dr. Edward Kroc
Event Date: 2022/10/18

Adding more categories is rarely good enough: How to translate data inclusivity best practice into analytical inclusivity Representative samples of individuals are necessary to make accurate inferences to target populations of interest. When populations of people are of interest, it is often crucial that samples are representative across a suite of demographic variables, notably race, […]
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CNPS Panel Discussion: How to Facilitate Conversations and Discussions on Difficult Subjects
Event Date: 2022/09/23

Addressing Social Justice Issues: How to Facilitate Conversations and Discussions on Difficult Subjects As students in class, counsellors in clinical and training settings, counsellor-educators, and/or researchers, we face situations from time to time where we are required to recognize and bring up a difficult and sensitive subject as the topic of a personal or group […]
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