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

Parveen Gill

Professor - Human Resources Management
The Business School
"Let us learn together" drives my philosophy of student success. I demonstrate my professional experience and mentor my students to learn and transfer skills required in building their future career. 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

Emily Tufts

Academic Liaison Librarian - University of Guelph-Humber
My role is to help students engage critically with information and prepare them for success as graduate students, professionals and lifelong learners. View Portfolio

Jeff Winch

Professor - Film and Media Production Program
I believe the classroom should be a fun and positive space but it is also to be taken seriously and standards should be maintained. 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

Jennifer Ball

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

Jason Kohn

Professor – Law
As a professor, I am teaching future colleagues in my chosen field, which is a responsibility that I do not take lightly. However, having some fun and sharing a few laughs along the way is a great part of that process too! View Portfolio

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