Po-ling Bork presented the paper “Overcoming Selective Mutism: Play Now…Talk Later!” at the Designing for Children International Conference from Feb. 3 to 5 in Mumbai, India.
Bork and Darryl L. Wood also presented the poster “iSPEAK++ Design of an Interactive Software Program that Empowers Anxious Kids To Talk” at the same conference in Mumbai, India.
Po-Ling Bork, a doctoral candidate in Educational Studies at Brock, and Debra Harwood, an assistant professor in the Faculty of Education, will lead a workshop on selective mutism at the Early Childhood Community Development Centre on March 30.
March 2, 2010 | Posted in Education
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Po-ling Bork presented “Prospect of Selective Mutism Intervention: Techno Style” at the sixth International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society in Berlin, Germany, January 2010, where she also received the Graduate Scholar Award.
Po-ling Bork presented “They won’t speak: Techniques to engage students with Selective Mutism” at the New York State Council for Exceptional Children in Niagara Falls, NY, October 2009.
Po-ling Bork presented the workshop “Silent is not golden: How to distinguish children with Selective Mutism from those who are simply shy, and why is it important” at the 19th annual National Association for Family Child Care Conference in Baltimore, MD in June 2009.
Nancy Taber. The Profession of Arms: Ideological codes and dominant narratives of gender in the Canadian military. Atlantis: A Women’s Studies Journal, 34(1), pp. 27-36.
December 2, 2009 | Posted in Education
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