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Why teach? The associate faculty side hustle

Clint Lalonde describes his role as associate faculty at Royal Roads: "It’s work I do outside of my regular, full-time job at BCcampus. It’s my side hustle..."

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On Noam Chomsky and technology’s neutrality

Royal Roads' George Veletsianos argues that Noam Chomsky's idea of technology being neutral doesn't paint the whole picture when it comes to education.

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The fragmented educator

Royal Roads' George Veletsianos shares a framework to understand education students' changing identities on social networking sites as they became educators.

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2020: Welcome to a new decade!

Royal Roads' Dr. Tamara Leary offers this: "As you start your own decade I encourage you to be open to learning from all your experiences..."

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Encouraging learning

At Royal Roads University teaching takes on the important role of encouraging?learning?to happen.

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To stream or not to stream?

Royal Roads' student Sarah Dalzell asks: Should we invest resources into streamed programs, as a way to more effectively target our intervention efforts?