Counsellor, AccessAbility Centre
Susie Wileman holds an M.Ed. from McGill University in Psychological Counselling. In addition to her work at the AccessAbility Centre here at the college, Susie is an active collaborator with the Adaptech Research Network which is based at Dawson College. In March 2014, Susie was a panellist for the “Towards Accessible and Inclusive Teaching: Post-secondary Pedagogy and Universal Design for Learning” session during the Research Centre for the Educational and Professional Inclusion of Students with Disabilities (CRISPESH) symposium hosted by Dawson College.
Disabilities in the post-secondary milieu, universal design for learning and universal design of instruction, autism spectrum disorder in post-secondary.
Contributions to Dawson’s Community:
Susie was part of a group that presented a workshop session, “Universal Design: Mise en pratique!: during the 2013 PED Day at Dawson along with her colleagues Effie Konstantinopolus, Laure Galipeau and Catherine Soleil. She is also an active contributor to the Adaptech Research Network and CRISPESH.
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