Dr. Laurie Carlson Berg is a professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Regina. She has published numerous article on school-based inclusion within minority language contexts. Her current work explores the experiences of francophone immigrants, with special attention to inclusive pedagogical and organizational practices that are consistent with collaboration, cultural reciprocity, and the potential strengths each participant brings to the school milieu in francophone minority language situations.
Dr. Laurie Carlson Berg has a Ph.D and Master of Arts, both, in School Psychology from University of Toronto. She has also completed a Baccalauréat en éducation (Bachelor of Education) and a Bachelor of Arts from the Université d’Ottawa University. She is registered with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists.
In her spare time, Laurie enjoys
Laurie brings her expertise in inclusive education; school psychology; assessment and evaluation of student learning; teacher wellness and laughter yoga to our Brunswick Creek Psychology team.