Dr. Rick Freeze

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Professor
Educational Administration, Foundations & Psychology (EAF&P)

(204) 474-6904
Room 221C Education Building
Rick.Freeze@umanitoba.ca

For additional information,
visit My Research Tools (MRT)

Professional Associations
www.precisionreading.com
www.inclusivespecialeducation.wikispaces.com

Bio
Rick Freeze is a professor of inclusive education, teaching at the BEd, PBDE, MEd, and PhD levels. He is best known for his work developing and researching precision reading, and his research and scholarship on transition planning, post-secondary inclusion, and educational collaboration. He presents at professional workshops and scholarly conferences across Canada and around the world. Rick has published extensively on precision reading and other aspects of inclusive and special education.

Education
1987 - PhD, University of Victoria
1984 – MEd, University of Victoria
1972 – BEd, Queen's University

Areas of Specialization
Precision reading
Transition planning
Consultation and collaboration
Post-secondary inclusion
Disability and diversity
Differentiating instruction
 
Research Interests
Precision reading
Post-secondary inclusion
Inclusive education