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CANCELLATIONS & REFUNDS:

If you would like to cancel your registration, you must submit your request in writing (by email to ecedgraduateresearchconference@gmail.com).

Cancellations on or before Friday, April 14th are eligible for a refund less a $7 administration fee. No refund will be made for cancellations received after this date unless the conference is canceled by the UBC Faculty of Education.

  • The pre-conference fee for all attendees on April 28th is $10.00 (2:00 – 7:00pm)
    This pre-conference will include a select group (limited to 40), on a first-come-first-serve basis of those who register to participate  in two different tour experiences, culminating in an exciting discussion with an expert panel. The first tour will be at the UBC Childcare Centers and will offer the group a chance to observe and experience some  innovative ideas in practice. This will be followed by a presentation at UBC’s Infant Studies Centre that is internationally renowned for its work related to young children’s language acquisition. The evening will come together with an expert panel discussion, with Dr. Peter Moss, about the learnings from the tours. Light dinner will be provided. This pre-conference tour involves some walking.
  • The registration fee for all attendees on April 29th is $20.00 (9:00am – 5:30pm)
    (All current UBC students in need are eligible for a fee waiver for Day 2.)
    The conference will include concurrent sessions with presentations, posters, workshops, and sharing circles. Dr. Peter Moss will present the keynote and a workshop. More details of the program will follow.
    The day of the conference will also include a book launch: “Gamma Suzy Can’t Go Hunting” by Harlan Pruden (First Nation Cree/Nēhiyaw) and Sharon Shorty (First Nation Tlingit) and a children’s art exhibition, among other events.