Ph.D., University of Western Ontario - Psychology
M.Ed., University of Western Ontario - Educational Psychology
B.A., National Taiwan Normal University - English
Mathematics learning and teaching, motivation, cross-cultural studies, self-identity, immigrant adaptation.
Her areas of teaching and research include social statistics, social research methods, motivation, educational psychology, cross-cultural psychology, and immigrant adaptation.
She is an active member in the community, having chaired a partners' table for “Multiculturalism: Helping it Work”, a project funded by Canadian Heritage, and served on the steering committee for “New Comers Online”, a project supported by HRDC to develop a community-based digital learning space to support new immigrants in Waterloo Region.
Dr. d’Ailly was the president of the board for K-W Counseling Service from 2005-2007. Currently she serves on the board of the Center for Community Based Research, and is the vice-president of Chinese Canadian Women’s Federation.
Read more about her academic and community leadership and accomplishments in the Renison Reports feature.
Courses taught at Renison
SDS 250R Social Statistics