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Webinar: Nursing program internships – the challenges for students with learning disabilities and their teachers

April 29th, 2022

The number of college students with learning disabilities (e.g., dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia) is increasing. Those enrolled in the nursing program may face some challenges. Indeed, the program includes many practical training periods, and teachers responsible for supervising these future professionals do not always feel fully equipped to better support them. This presentation provides a summary…

Teaching about Complicity – with The Creative Collective for Change – April 1

March 30th, 2022

Join us this Friday, when Pat Romano and Kim Simard from the Creative Collective for Change, Dawson College, Montreal, Quebec, will animate the session entitled, “Teaching about Complicity: Reflecting on creativity, critical thinking and social change.” Their presentation features new forms of engagement that foreground conversations. Using this innovative format they will show us ways…

Neurodiversity Is Diversity

March 30th, 2022

How educators can support students who learn differently BY SOLVEGI SHMULSKY From:  Liberal Education   Excerpt: Educators can use student-friendly approaches to teaching as tools for broader inclusion, not just for neurodiverse students. When educators focus on strengths, acceptance, flexibility, and representation while exploring the lived experience of marginalized students, their work can benefit learners…

Difficult Conversations in the Classroom – 2 Workshops led by Pat Romano and Kim Simard

February 25th, 2022

Please join us on March 4 and March 11 from 2:30 – 4:00   Join the conversation using this Zoom link:

CRISPESH Virtual Lunch & Learn – March 2 – Reducing Disabling Situations at Work

February 24th, 2022


Webinar: Representation and Inclusion of People with Disabilities in the Media: Why Develop a Database?

January 26th, 2022

Wednesday, February 2nd, Mouloud Boukala, Ph.D. (UQAM – The Canada Research Chair in Media, Disabilities and (Self) Representations) will explain the motivations underlying a database development of Quebec media (self) representations of disabilities*. This event is free and open to all. * The talk will be in French but simultaneous interpretation in English will be…

Dr. Charmaine Nelson – Virtual Lecture March 10 – Ways the enslaved navigated systemic oppression and cultural deprivation to retain and practice their cultures

January 20th, 2022

2022 Annual Vickers-Verduyn Lecture in Canadian Studies March 10, 2022 at 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM Location: via ZOOM Cost: Free The School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies invites you to attend the 2022 Annual Vickers-Verduyn Lecture in Canadian Studies featuring Professor Charmaine Nelson When: Thursday March 10, 2022 @ 3 p.m. (EST) via ZOOM…

Participate in a Concordia Pilot Project – Integrating Antiracist Pedagogical Practices

January 19th, 2022

The Antiracist Pedagogy Project (ARPP), has teamed up with Concordia’s Centre for Teaching and Learning for the pilot study: Implementing Antiracist Pedagogy into Your Classroom.   Are you a university or CEGEP educator interested in engaging with antiracist education in your classroom yet searching for new approaches, have not had the time or know where…

Intercollegiate Ped Days – January 12-14 – Register Now!

December 16th, 2021

You are invited to attend the 2nd annual Intercollegiate Ped Days Please join in January 12-14, 2022 All sessions will be virtual Intercollegiate Ped Days (IPD) seeks to promote sharing between college educators, foster intercollegiate professional development, and strengthen collaboration between the English-language CEGEPs. This year’s theme is Systemic Transformation: Developing Our Inclusive Practices There…

Ending Curriculum Violence

December 8th, 2021

Yes, curriculum can be violent—whether you intend it or not. Here’s what it looks like and how you can avoid it. By STEPHANIE P. JONES Article from Learning for Justice   Excerpt: In order to reclaim our schools as sites of real learning and safety rather than suffering and racial trauma, it is necessary to help prepare…

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