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

Lisa Martinelli

Professor of Music
When interacting with students, I make note of their different learning styles, what they have already learned and what they need to learn in the future while sharing my love and passion for discovering new things.
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Alyssa Ferns

Professor - Criminal Justice
My goal as a teacher is to foster the feeling that each student is in charge of his or her own learning and that my role is simply to help facilitate this process. View Portfolio

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

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

Alain Londes

Professor - International Business
Having a good sense of humor in a professional context is what I prefer and what I instill in the classroom. Creating a pleasant atmosphere is important especially during busy terms when students are... 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

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

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