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

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

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

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

Umer Noor

Faculty in the Game Programming Program
I strive to make the math & physics courses relevant and exciting. View Portfolio

Michael Wells

Professor – English
For me, the writing classroom is about providing students with the chance to develop and refine their critical skills. My job is to help students to put those skills into action so that they can effectively and confidently communicate their ideas and views. 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

Karen Schucher

Professor - Paralegal and Law Clerk Programmes
The Business School
Pursuing justice informs my teaching and learning practice as much as it did my legal practice. View Portfolio

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