Phones as teaching tools in the classroom
Just before this semester began, the Adaptech Research Network completed a one-year ECQ-funded project entitled “Smart Phones: a Neglected Pedagogical Tool.”
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Posture and fitness are related: Joanna Farmer’s research
During her career as a teacher of Physical Education, Dawson’s Joanna Farmer has developed expertise in teaching posture.
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The Adaptech Research Network http://www.adaptech.org is housed at Dawson College. We have been active in conducting research on students with disabilities since 1996. With a team of international collaborators, we have received both federally and provincially funded grants and published our findings in peer reviewed journals. Friday Adaptech meetings continue However, no one has been…
Board game and e-book advancing sustainable campuses
Gisela Frias (Coordinator of North-South Studies) was in Mexico last month to promote a board game and an e-book produced as part of the Sustainable Campuses Initiative.
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Making the world more inclusive
Improving the lives of people living in a disabling situation has been the work of CRISPESH for almost 10 years. CRISPESH is Dawson's unique College Centre for the Transfer of Technologies (CCTT). The project is in partnership with Cégep du Vieux Montréal. Currently, there are about half a dozen teachers from CVM working on CRISPESH research. Dawson teachers are invited to contact CRISPESH to find out about research opportunities. Click Read More to access the news piece.
Implementing Smart Cities: Interventions to Build Healthy Cities is the name of a training platform and research project that is in the running for a $5 million grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). Anna-Liisa Aunio (Sociology) is a co-applicant in the multi-disciplinary project led by David Ma of the University of Guelph,…
Last Modified: October 7, 2020