Dr. Susan Bainbridge
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Susan Bainbridge has been a leader and educator for the past 40 years. She received her doctoral degree in Distance Education at Athabasca University where she delved into the development of pedagogical models for open universities in developing countries. Her research interests include open universities in developing countries, ePortfolios, and leadership.
Over the past 30 years, Susan has lived in Canada’s Arctic, Japan, South Korea and is now based in the United Arab Emirates. She has met the challenge of change in her own culture and in different cultures in which she has lived and worked. Her ideas and philosophy of transformational leadership go far beyond the rhetoric of simply a ‘vision’ and she can articulate the process in such a way, that other potential leaders can understand the specifics and map out their personal journey to create and sustain positive change.
She firmly believes that educational technology holds the potential of becoming the ‘great equalizer’; helping to transform our worldview of knowledge and our global access to knowledge.
Susan has continued her leadership journey online as a Content Curator with her popular topics on Scoop.it and her articles on leadership. As well as her academic writing, Susan is the author of Hoarfrost and Cherry Blossoms, a novel based on her experiences in the Arctic and Japan.

DR. SUSAN BAINBRIDGE'S TOOLS

Dyslexia
Classroom-based · Elementary, Secondary, Tertiary · Dyslexia
Keira Knightly discusses dyslexia.


LIKED TOOLS

Inclusive ways to divide students into groups Gwen Dawes Harker
A Guide to Designing Personal Learning Environments (PLE) Pam Parenty
Outreach is UDL Lara Ripkens
Authentic International Schools Practices to Adopt/Adjust in the Greek Educational Context for Refugee/Migrant Inclusion Chrysoula Lazou,Maria Psychogiou,Anna Krassa
How inclusive is your school? Maria Psychogiou
Considerations for Designing Online Learning for Learners of All Abilities Kristy Macintosh
RECENT CONTRIBUTIONS

Considerations for Designing Online Learning for Learners of All Abilities
Kristy Macintosh
Elementary, Secondary, Tertiary
This paper was written as an assignment for MDDE 621. The focus of this paper is how online learning can remove many of the barriers that ...

How inclusive is your school?
Maria Psychogiou
This is a questionnaire created for the MDDE 631 course based on the course resources and you can take it in order to find out how

Dyslexia
Chrysoula Lazou
Elementary, Secondary, Tertiary
This presentation on dyslexia is part of my reflection on a case study discussed in the forum of MDDE 631 course with Dr Susan

Dyslexia
Dr. Susan Bainbridge
Elementary, Secondary, Tertiary
Keira Knightly discusses

Authentic International Schools Practices to Adopt/Adjust in the Greek Educational Context for Refugee/Migrant Inclusion
Chrysoula Lazou, Maria Psychogiou, Anna Krassa
Elementary, Secondary, Tertiary
This video was created for a course in our master's degree, MDDE631 Inclusive Leadership and Practice in Education with Dr. Susan
The Inclusive Educators' Toolbox is a cooperative project between the Centre for Distance Education at Athabasca University, Aspen View Public Schools, and our global community of inclusive education researchers and practitioners.