Konrad Weinbuch

Professor - Culinary Arts
One day I came across the three E's of teaching which reflect my teaching philosophy very well: Excitement, Expectations, Environment. View Portfolio

Colin Flint

Professor - Advertising
If teaching in general is about helping people grow, then teaching a college course is about helping students become what they want to be. View Portfolio

Lynn McAuliffe

Professor - Human Resources
Teaching is a calling almost all of us feel at certain times in our lives. On some level, we all realize that we want and need to share our knowledge and experience with the next generation. View Portfolio

Tim Berry

Professor – Dept. of Liberal Studies
I see teaching as leadership in the classroom. For me it's about creating a learning environment in which both the teacher and student share in the process of building knowledge and skills, through an interactive exchange of questions, answers and ideas. View Portfolio

Ionela Bacain

Professor Accounting
The Business School
No matter how I feel, inside the classroom or out, I believe that attitudes are contagious and a positive attitude is always preferable to a negative attitude. View Portfolio

Janice Fung

Professor - Bachelor of Creative Advertising
Observe, work hard, have fun - indulge in the wild ideas where possibilities can become realities. View Portfolio

Sarah Wilkinson

Professor -
School of HRT
As my students are evolving, so am I. My teaching is a work-in-progress. I am continually aiming to improve by examining my successes and failures. View Portfolio

Ravinderpal Singh

Program Coordinator
School of Media Studies & IT
I believe that learning is a process, not an event. I want students to understand the concepts, and able to apply those to real life scenarios, especially, during the software development rather than just memorizing facts and striving for right answers View Portfolio

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