BA, Psychology, (UBC), MA, Counselling Psychology, (UBC), PIDP, (VCC), RCC (BC Association of Clinical Counsellors).
Having worked for over thirty years supporting individuals with disabilities in a wide variety of community settings, it is my pleasure to be part of the DACS faculty. My goal as an instructor is to support our students, so upon graduation they have the knowledge and skills to support individuals with disabilities to pursue self-determined lives within an inclusive community.
Aaron Johannes, Ph.D., has focused on interdisciplinary methods in equity studies, education, community development, leadership, communications and arts based inclusive research. As a Taos scholar he is affiliated with a group of about 200 people around the world focused on social constructionist theories and practices. As well as being an instructor in the Disability and Community Studies faculty, he is currently the Coordinator and an instructor in the CFCS Aboriginal Stream, and runs a small consulting practice www.imagineacircle.com. A grateful long term visitor on QayQayt and Kwikwetlem territory, his great-Grandmother was Cree and part of the Garden River Metis Settlement.
DACS Department Coordinator and Instructor
BA (Alberta), M.Ed. (Athabasca), PhD-ABD (Simon Fraser University)
Educational Technology & Learning Design, specializing in UDL & inclusive teaching in post-secondary.
MEd (City University of Seattle), Diploma in Special Education (UBC), Teacher Certification PDP (SFU), BA (SFU).
Terri came to Douglas after 33 years in education in both the Vancouver and Abbotsford School Districts. She is excited to share her experiences as a classroom teacher, counsellor, behaviour consultant, social emotional helping teacher and education assistant with her students at Douglas.
RN, Hon. BSN (UBC) Nursing, M.Ed. (Simon Fraser University) Curriculum and Instruction: Inclusion and Diversity.