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The role of an Educational Consultant is intended to support the professional development of KPU educators and the activities and efforts of the Teaching and Learning Commons.

Kristie Dukewich – Educational Consultant (25%)

Kristie has a variety of educational development experience and skills, including curriculum development, program assessment, and instructional design. Kristie’s portfolio includes a special emphasis on designing assessments and Universal Design for Learning. She is available for one-on-one consultations with faculty or support and facilitation for departments and programs.
Contact: kristie.dukewich@kpu.ca

Lesley McCannell – Educational Consultant, ePortfolios (25%)

Purpose: to support faculty with incorporating ePortfolios into programs and courses. Lesley offers Learning with ePortfolio workshops each semester which provide an introduction to ePortfolio learning, a chance to experiment with the technology and guidance in incorporating ePortfolios into curriculum. Lesley also provides consultations for individuals and maintains a resource site and community of practice for Faculty.
Contact: lesley.mccannell@kpu.ca

Lesley McCannell – Educational Consultant, Internationalization (25%)

Purpose: to support faculty with creating a culture of inclusion by supporting the development of intercultural capacities and incorporating inclusive pedagogies.
Contact: lesley.mccannell@kpu.ca

 

NEWS!
Educational Consultants – Time Release Appointments: January – March 31, 2019

There are currently three appointments available. The appointments will be decided by a Selection Committee composed of both administration and faculty. Expression of interest deadline: October 19, 2018

1. Diversity and Inclusion: a 50% time appointment to support the professional development of faculty in their efforts to respond to an increasingly diverse student body by designing culturally responsive and inclusive learning environments and incorporating universal design for learning principles and practices. Included is this will be a requirement to develop resources for faculty to be accessed through the Teaching and Learning Commons website.

2. Teaching with Technology: a 50% time appointment to support the professional development of faculty with the adoption, utilization and expansion of technology for teaching and learning. Included in this appointment will be a requirement to develop resources for faculty to be accessed through the Teaching and Learning Commons website.

3. Advanced Teaching Practices: a .25% time appointment to support the professional development of faculty by equipping educators with skills and knowledge to further develop their teaching expertise with particular attention to active learning, technical pedagogy and innovation. Included in this appointment will be a requirement to develop resources for faculty to be accessed through the Teaching and Learning Commons website.

Learn more about this opportunity by PDF icon Downloading the information package.