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Posted March 22, 2017 by School of Education & Technology

On February 23, guest speaker Dr. Rolin Moe, Director of the Institute for Academic Innovation at Seattle Pacific University led an hour of exploration and learning about innovation.

What is innovation? And should we aspire to be “innovative?”

Tags: Innovation
Posted July 27, 2015 by Karen Willy

I began an adventure this week, looking for supports for my son who is on the autism spectrum.  He is considered moderate. However, having said that he is very intelligent and is beginning a new college program in the fall.  Through some support, we discovered Livescribe pens.  These pens allow learners to create pen casts through tapeing either their voice and thoughts or a lecture and taking key word notes.  We received the two pens, one for me, and one for my son because I need to be able to use the technology to support him.

Tags: MALAT
Posted July 23, 2015 by Sarah Dalzell

DISCLAIMER: Streaming and Integration both have value,  I only aim to offer a different perspective and begin a conversation about how best to meet the needs of all our students. Should we invest resources into streamed programs, as a way to more effectively target our intervention efforts?

Tags: Education
Posted August 8, 2014 by Sarah Phillips

I am in the midst of a bit of culture-shock, the likes of which I haven’t experienced since coming home from summer camp when I was a teenager. I have just returned home from the campus of Royal Roads University where I completed the residency component of the Master of Arts in Educational Leadership.Going into residency, I sort of expected it to be like summer camp. The campus, nestled in the woods on the coast of Vancouver Island, is a lot like the setting of the summer camp I attended when I was growing up.

Tags: residency
Posted March 10, 2014 by George Veletsianos

We have a new paper available that continues our research on networked participation/learning and networked participatory scholarship. This one arises out of Royce Kimmons’ dissertation, which I had the joy, honor, and good fortune of chairing.

Tags: Research

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