Assistant Professor; Coordinator, MA Special and Inclusive Education, Faculty of Social Sciences
Tze Peng is currently Assistant Professor in Special Education Needs. She was awarded the University of Canterbury International Doctoral Scholarship and earned her PhD in Speech and Language Sciences from the Department of Communication Disorders, University of Canterbury, New Zealand, in 2012. Her doctoral thesis investigated the changes in the conversational skills of preschool children with complex developmental difficulties. Tze Peng is also a speech-language therapist and has clinical interests in family-centred early language intervention and inclusive education.
Also contributes to the teaching of the Researching Special and Inclusive Education, and Relationships and Behaviour moules
In the past, I had convened these modules
Powell, D. (Principle Investigator), Wong, TP., Pye, R. and Subramaniam, G. (Co-Investigators). Cross-linguistic influences in the development of literacy in Malay-English bilingual children: A… read more
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