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

Jennifer Ball

Professor
I am interested and inspired by self-directed learning and the pedagogical advantages to offering options for my students. View Portfolio

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

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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Michelle Jordan

Professor - School of Liberal Arts and Sciences
My goal is not simply to give my students information, but rather to create an environment that allows them to discover new ideas, practice new skills, and incorporate their newly acquired skills into their academic and professional lives. View Portfolio

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

Jeff Oestreicher

Professor - Accounting
Accounting & numbers can be quite daunting. Throughout my various teaching methods, I can show that accounting really can be both Fun & Fulfilling. My teaching methods aren’t based on the fundamental equation “A=L+E”, but on the three F’s: Fun, Fair & Friendly. View Portfolio

Ryan Campbell

Professor - Early Childhood Education
I believe that a good teacher maintains a steadfast commitment to lifelong learning themselves. View Portfolio

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