Jenn De Lugt (Lecturer, University of Regina, Saskatchewan) teaches in inclusive education and is particularly interested in research related tosupporting students with emotional and behavioral challenges in inclusive classrooms. She is currently investigating ways in which educative mental health programs for schools can foster open dialogue, reduce stigma, and enhance understanding about mental health concerns for children and youth.
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Dr. Wanda Lyons (Assistant Professor, University of Regina, Saskatchewan) researches inclusive education policy, teacher and principal education, and the role of educational assistants. Dr. Lyons has collaborated with provincial and national stakeholder and advocacy groups. She is currently engaged in the Canadian Disability Policy Alliance.
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Dr. Scott Thompson (Associate Professor, University of Regina, Saskatchewan) is broadly interested in the area of diversity and inclusive education. He is engaged in the Canadian Disability Policy Alliance.
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Dr. Vianne Timmons (President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Regina, Saskatchewan; President-Elect of the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities) is a nationally and internationally recognized researcher and advocate in the field of inclusive education. During the course of her work, she has collaborated with several members of this team.
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