The spring 2018 edition of Dialogues, the biannual newsletter of the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology (ECP), has been published and may be viewed online here (.pdf).
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Dr. Adam Dubé, of our Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, spoke to CBC's Ainslie MacLellan recently for an article titled "How kids and teens can navigate social media in the era of fake news: McGill lecture series tackles childhood anxiety, learning diffculties and online pressures".
Professor Steven R. Shaw, of our Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology (ECP), spoke to CBC Radio's All In A Weekend, hosted by Sonali Karnick, earlier this week. The topic was "How to get your kid to go to bed...and actually sleep," and the interview was presented in conjunction with ECP's Effective Parenting public lecture series, ongoing until May 3rd, 2018. Dr.
Dr. Martin Drapeau, of our Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, spoke to Globe and Mail''s Erin Anderssen last week regarding routine measurement, also referred to as feedback-informed therapy.
Dr. Steven Shaw, of our Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, was cited by CTV News this week regarding Elizabeth Ballantyne elementary school's "no homework" policy.
This week McGill University announced their prestigious internal recognition awards for 2018. Among the awardees, recognized for their outstanding research contributions, were Faculty of Education professors Ratna Ghosh, Shaheen Shariff, and Eve-Marie Quintin.
McGill's Office of the Vice-Principal, Research and Innovation, has produced a series of videos highlighting recent inductees to the Royal Society of Canada.
Misery does not love company
Source: McGill Newsroom
Comparing to a role model may help reduce burnout among teachers.
Jeffrey Derevensky, James McGill Professor and Chair with our Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, has composed a special article to the Montreal Gazette, published Jan. 29, 2018 and titled "Opinion: Gaming disorder should not be dismissed".