Episode #477: Accessibility Standards Canada: A year in focusAuthored on October 18, 2020
Paul-Claude Bérubé, chair of the board for Accessibility Standards Canada, discusses their recent annual report. We learn about their work and priorities in the preceding year and inquire about their research and projects in the year to come. This is the October 18, 2020 episode.
Episode #476: Including Disability in SportAuthored on October 17, 2020
Danielle Peers is a researcher at the University of Alberta specializing in kinesiology, and a former paralympian. They talk about their research into ways in which sports organizations can do more to create a culture of inclusion for People with Disabilities. Danielle’s research queries the imagining of disability in sport. This is the October 17, 2020 episode.
Episode #475: Explaining Universal Design and learningAuthored on October 11, 2020
Suzanne Stolz from the University of San Diego’s Department of Learning and Teaching discusses the principles of Universal Design in education. We talk about what UDL is, how it came to be, and how it can be best implemented in the classroom. This is the October 11, 2020 episode.