Applied Research that is accessible, simple and efficient
We offer research and development that adds value to your organization through access to funding, faculty expertise, research facilities, and student work opportunities.
What is enhancing scholarly teaching and learning?
This research looks to discover the life-long betterment of individual and community health and well-being, specifically the impact of social, environmental, and economic determinants.
Successful teaching and learning projects:
Development of a Montessori Evaluation System – Brackendale Montessori School
Brackendale Montessori needed DC to design and develop a web-based application that will allow all teachers and administrators to instantly access the status of a child in less time, while providing multi-faceted progress reports for a more personalized assessment.
The Experience of Simulation and the Perception of Preparedness of DSW students to practice in field placement
Developmental Services Workers (DSW) require specific and unique competencies to provide high-quality support to people with developmental disabilities. Developmental Services (DS) as a community field is relatively new and research related to simulation is limited in this area.
LEAP to Durham College
The Learning, Earning, and Parenting Program (LEAP) administered by the Income and Employment Support Division of The Regional Municipality of Durham Social Services Department, is a targeted strategy of the Ontario Works Employment Assistance program. LEAP provides support to young parents between the ages of 16 and 25, helping them achieve sustainable employment, and become independent and self-reliant.
Exploring links between inclusive teaching in Broadcast Education and diversity in Canadian media
Inclusive classrooms are spaces where opinions are valued, viewpoints are expressed without fear and the course content allows learners to be exposed to a multitude of perspectives. This mixed-methods research project examined the inclusive teaching practices of broadcast educators from different institutions across Canada.