Speakers | June 1st Event
Sharon used digital technology to enhance learning, creativity and collaboration for almost three decades teaching English Literature and Humanities at the Cégep de Sept-Iles, and now teaches two digital pedagogy courses with the MTP.
Dominic Brierre has been in education all his life as a student (still to this day) and, for over 15 years, as a teacher, trainer, content specialist and pedagogical advisor (Performa).
Nolan Bazinet teaches at the Université de Sherbrooke, Bishop’s University, and Champlain College Lennoxville
Nolan Bazinet earned his Ph.D. in Education at the Université de Sherbrooke. His research focuses on language, literacy, and literature teaching, including the integration of digital games and digital literature in learning environments.
Maggie is the Coordinator of the Professional Writing program at Concordia. Her pedagogical research examines teacher identity in higher education, and approaches to assessment and learning.
Murray has a PhD in Chemical Engineering (McGill), and a M. Ed. (UdeS). He currently teaches Chemistry. He has been involved in pedagogical research for about 15 years; PAREA, ECQ, Chantier 3, and Volet III. He is fascinated by active learning pedagogy and strategies, pedagogical change, Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL), science laboratory instruction and learning, and changing practice.
Twenty years ago, the question "why do you want a computer lab for a Geography course? " sent Lorelie on a never ending journey looking for pedagogical resources for teaching with technology.
Hélène Mathieu is a French Teacher at Champlain College and Chargée de cours, MTP. She has over 20 years teaching experience at both Cegep and University. She has been involved with the MTP program since 2012. She is currently working on a Blended Learning project at Champlain College, Saint-Lambert.
Mark teaches in the Physiotherapy Technology Department at Dawson College. He is also a co-coordinator of the Dawson E-Learning Community of Practice, a member of the Blended Learning and Teaching Support Team at Dawson, and a student in the Performa Master Teacher’s Program at the University of Sherbrooke.
Pedagogical counsellor and instructor at the Université de Sherbrooke for several years, Christine joined the Master Teacher Program of Performa in 2010 to initiate research on the professional development needs of English-speaking Faculty. Along with the MTP's experienced team, she has contributed to the development of the Graduate Certificate in College Teaching and Graduate Diploma in College Teaching and more recently to the Master of Education. She is passionate about student retention, accessibility, and active learning. Distance education also remains a focus and she is working on its development and especially on identifying the importance of digital competency in today’s teaching and learning.
An employee at John Abbott College since 2004 – as a Nursing teacher, chairperson, coordinator, Dean of Science and Social Science and since 2021, Dean of Pedagogical Development and Innovation. Her love for teaching and learning has always been an integral part of her being throughout her career both in health care and in education. She has been a champion of techno-pedagogy and of the development and growth of Blended Learning at John Abbott College over the last number of years.
Computer Science Teacher @ John Abbott College
I love the web and education! My goal is to create meaningful learning experiences with students and see them become professional software developers.
Dianne is a well-known faculty member at Champlain Saint-Lambert College, the Curriculum Coordinator of the MTP, and a 3M National Teaching Fellow. Her commitment to Blended Learning stems from its potential to combine principles of learning, assessment, alignment, and engagement into an instructional approach that increases student learning.