As the face of accessibility and disability service provision is changing rapidly, Universal Design for Learning can help campuses move forward.
Clint Lalonde describes his role as associate faculty at Royal Roads: "It’s work I do outside of my regular, full-time job at BCcampus. It’s my side hustle..."
Royal Roads' George Veletsianos argues that Noam Chomsky's idea of technology being neutral doesn't paint the whole picture when it comes to education.
Royal Roads' George Veletsianos shares a framework to understand education students' changing identities on social networking sites as they became educators.
Royal Roads' Dr. Tamara Leary offers this: "As you start your own decade I encourage you to be open to learning from all your experiences..."
Royal Roads' student Sarah Phillips expected her residency to be like summer camp: "While I was prepared for the rigour, I wasn’t prepared for the intensity."
At Royal Roads University teaching takes on the important role of encouraging learning to happen.
Royal Roads' student Sarah Dalzell asks: Should we invest resources into streamed programs, as a way to more effectively target our intervention efforts?