Recent psychology grad reflects on her fourth-year placement experience

Eki Okungbowa’s university experience was a richer one, thanks to a placement she undertook as the result of a fourth-year class, Atypical Development. The course focused on children, youth and adolescents with learning disabilities and Okungbowa decided to obtain some hands-on experience by working with a youngster with special learning needs. She paired up with a Grade 8 student at Africentric Alternative School in Toronto.

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Olympians bring course content to life

Hernan Humana, a former volleyball coach who teaches in the School of Kinesiology & Health Science in the Faculty of Health, brought two Olympic athletes into class so that students could hear first-hand what it takes to be a high-level athlete.

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