Supporting the Education of Children in Our Care –
An Inter-professional Dialogue
This graduate level course was offered to students in the Faculty of Social Work and Education and explored inter-professional collaboration using an IPC framework.
Professional Development Module for Schools-Under Development
This series of videos and resources are to assist schools in offering a professional development workshop
Research Team Publications
Bunkowski, L, Krahn, P., Lim, F., Janzen, M. and Levine, K. 2020. School Learners’ Strategies for Providing In-school Supports. Learners and Leaders, Canadian Association of School Systems Administrators, Issue 5, 6-8.
Cobb, H., Cohen, S,. Anderson, A, & Janzen, M. 2020. Developing School-based Groups as a Means of Support and Empowerment. Learners & Leaders, Canadian Association of School Systems Administrators, Issue 6, 9-12.
Komus, A., Christian, M. & Levine, K. 2021. Designing a Self-advocacy Course for High School Students. learners and Leaders, Canadian Association of School Systems Administrators, Issue 1: 3-5.
Levine, K., Sutherland, D. & Janzen, M. 2020. Educating Children in Our Care: An Inter-professional dialogue. Advances in Social Work 20 (2): 252-265.
Janzen, M., Levine, K. & Sutherland, D. 2020. Improving Educational Experiences of children in our care: An ethic of hospitality. Canadian Journal of Education 43 (4):953-975.
Halldorson, S., Force, V , Babb, R & Sutherland, D. 2020. Collective Responsibility of Child Welfare and of the School Division. Leaders & Learners, Canadian Association of School Systems Administrators, Issue 4: 6-8.