Rylee Oram, PhD

Education Consultant & Learning Strategist

Dr. Rylee Oram holds a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from the University of Ottawa, and brings a wealth of expertise in student mental health, academic motivation, and learning. As a part-time psychology professor at both the University of Ottawa and Carleton University, Dr. Oram has garnered recognition for her exceptional dedication to student learning, earning prestigious awards such as Part-time Professor of the Year and The William Barry Award for Excellence in Teaching.

Through her role as a Disabilities Coordinator at Carleton University, Dr. Oram has demonstrated unwavering commitment to cultivating an inclusive and supportive environment for students with disabilities. This role involves the coordination of academic accommodations, assessment of documentation, and delivery of personalized services to a diverse range of students. Dr. Oram employs a multifaceted approach, guiding students with adaptive learning strategies designed to foster self-regulated learning, enhance meta-cognition, and boost self-efficacy. By incorporating the use of assistive technology and providing tailored support to address functional impairments, she empowers students to take control of their learning journey, facilitating both personal and academic growth.

Drawing from her extensive background in education, research, and student support, Dr. Oram possesses a nuanced understanding of effective classroom practices. She looks forward to utilizing her educational experiences to comfortably support students at various educational levels, whether in secondary, high school, or beyond, guiding them toward academic success.