14th Annual Laycock Lecture

Dr. Ann Masten
Institute of Child Development,
University of Minnesota

“Ordinary Magic: Lessons from Resilient Children and Youth”

Thursday October 20th, 2005
8:00 pm
Quance Lecture Theatre
Education Building, University of Saskatchewan

Dr. Masten’s research considers the understanding of competence and psychopathology in development, with a focus on resilience processes that promote success and prevent problems in human development. She directs the Project Competence studies, including a longitudinal study of children to understand the course of their psychosocial development in relation to risks, vulnerabilities, assets, and protective factors. Dr. Masten, who has authored many publications and received numerous awards, is an international expert in the study of resilience.

*Admission is free*

AECT elections

The AECT Division elections are up and accessible through the AECT
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Phillip Harris
Executive Director