This post was written by Melanie Panitch. She is a former director of the School of Disability Studies and is currently holds the John C. Eaton Chair in Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship. 712 more words
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Last week, in our children and technology class we had the opportunity to participate in creating our very own marble runs. This activity allowed for us to view the theory of constructivism play out live in front of our own eyes. 386 more words
Saskatoon got its first glimpse Thursday of what a new school of architecture at the University of Saskatchewan might look like.
Undergraduate architecture students from Ryerson University in Toronto produced speculative designs for the John Deere Plow Co. 283 more words
Earlier today was my very first experience of taking part in a twitter chat for my Children and Technology course at Ryerson University. Let’s just say I have never taken part in a Twitter chat before so I had no idea what to expect. 385 more words
This post was written by Tobin LeBlanc Haley.
Hi, Everyone! I am Tobin LeBlanc Haley, the new Ethel Louise Armstrong Post-Doctoral Fellow in the School of Disability Studies. 768 more words