Paul B. McCabe

Coordinator Hotel and Restaurant Management, Food and Beverage Services
I believe that in order to be successful in the classroom, you can never come off to the students that you are superior to them. I also tell my student that I will be working with them during the semester, providing them with some new information, but also I am willing to learn from them and their ... View Portfolio

John Harding

Professor - Electrical Apprenticeship
We can all learn from everyone. We all have different experiences in our field and in life and we can learn form the experiences of others. The reason I teach is to pass on my experiences. View Portfolio

Mary Lendway

Program Coordinator - Tourism Management
School of Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism
I see myself more as a facilitator or coach whose primary goal is to foster learning and to empower students to take responsibility for their own learning. View Portfolio

John Stilla

Professor – School of Liberal Arts and Sciences
"Purposeful doing" is at the centre of my pedagogy. A good lesson should articulate what students are doing during each phase of a class and why students are doing those particular tasks rather than other ones. View Portfolio

Shonah Chalmers

Professor - Culinary Arts
"I do food" was always my mantra. As you will see when looking through my portfolio, I also love taking photos, I am working on improving this side talent of mine through photography classes. View Portfolio

Steve Bang

Professor -
The Business School
To help students experience real life, assignments should be based on real experiences. 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

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

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