Jasteena Dhillon

Professor - Law
My approach to teaching can be described as empirical, intellectual and constructive. It has as its impetus the application of experience that comes from students, myself and other sources. I feel this leads to creating an empowering learning environment. View Portfolio

John Pucic

Professor - The Business School
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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

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

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

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

David Cooper

Professor – English for Academic Purposes
Because I believe that language and culture are inseparable, within my classes, I prepare students to linguistically and socially thrive in varied communities across the college, our city, and beyond. View Portfolio

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