John D. S. McLean

Professor, Department of English
Excitement about the material can, in truth, only be inspired when it is present in the instructor. In order to maintain the high degree of enthusiasm necessary to be an effective teacher, I must stay current. View Portfolio

Debbie Johnston

Program Coordinator - Fashion Management
The Business School
I want students to understand the concepts, interdependencies and constant changes inherent in the business world rather than just memorizing facts and striving for right answers. View Portfolio

Drew Aaslepp

Professor - Cabinetmaking and Industrial Woodworking
We the teachers just need give them the proper guidance, supportive reinforcement, critical evaluation and a positive working environment to allow them to succeed. View Portfolio

Alison Bruce

School of Media Studies/Information Technology
As an instructor, my passions include honing my abilities and discovering new and exciting ways of shaping our next generation of media content providers. Doing not telling provides strong results. View Portfolio

Amanda Baskwill

Program Coordinator
Massage Therapy Program
Through StrenghtsQuest, I have learned my signature themes and have begun to discover how I use them as strengths. My signature themes are Strategic, Learner, Achiever, Significance, and Relator. View Portfolio

Shirantha Beddage

Professor - Music
My primary goal as a teacher should be to encourage a student's creativity by combining theory and "hands-on" work in a relevant setting. View Portfolio

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

Irene Lee

Professor - Department of Mathematics
For me teaching is fun, a necessity, hard and on-going. It is a constant reassessing, re-evaluating, and updating of content and presentation of... View Portfolio

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