Any parent with a computer in the house knows the warnings—keep the device in a central place, like a kitchen, so children can surf the internet under the supervision of an adult. But when portable tablets and easy wifi access took control away from parents (despite their best efforts) and gave it to very young users, University of Victoria educational psychology and leadership professor Jillian Roberts noticed a sudden shift when working clinically with children in the community as a registered psychologist.
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Oct. 17, 2014 - Goldstream Gazzette profiles Carolyn Crippen's research with Ph.D. student David Nagel about servant leadership.
- Times Colonist Article featuring Nick Claxton
- East Kootenay/UVic Teacher Ed Students Fundraising Bake Sale
- Welcome Dr. Ralf St. Clair, New Dean of the Faculty of Education
- 2010 B.Ed graduate selected as a 2014 National Geographic Education Grosvenor Teacher Fellow
- Chasing Adland: A Graphic Novel Written by Adolescents, for Adolescents