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Queen's University
 

Centre for Teaching and Learning

Contact Us

B176 Mackintosh-Corry Hall
Queen's University
Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6
Phone: (613) 533-6428
Fax: (613) 533-6735

Our offices are open Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm. We are closed between 12-1.

For general inquiries please contact:  ctl@queensu.ca.

Name and Contact Information About
Denise Stockley
Professor, Interim Director
(and STLHE 2014 Chair)


stockley@queensu.ca

Denise Stockley, Ph.D. is the CTL's Interim Director and Professor of Education at Queen's University. She has extensive experience in promoting both classroom-based and online learning. Denise completed her Ph.D. in the Psychology of Education at Simon Fraser University. Her primary interests are professional development, graduate supervision, and educational technology. She is also the Principal Investigator of several research grants, including those from the Tri-Council (SSHRC, NSERC, and CIHR).
Adminstration
Kaitlin McDonald
Secretary

ctl@queensu.ca
Kaitlin McDonald is the Centre's Secretary. She graduated from Queen's University with a BA in Economics. She has worked for the University since 2010.
Louise Moran
Office Administrator

louise.moran@queensu.ca
Louise Moran is the Centre's Office Administrator. She has been employed at Queen's University since 2003.
  Sandra Murray
Program Coordinator
(and STLHE 2014 Conference
Administrator)

sandra.murray@queensu.ca
Sandra Murray is the Centre's Program Coordinator. She is also responsible for the Centre's Resource Library and special projects.  She has worked for the Centre since it opened in 1992 and has worked at Queen's since 1988.
Educational Developers
Rylan Egan
Educational Developer

eganr@queensu.ca
Rylan Egan, Ph.D. is an Educational Developer with specific interests in metacognitive approaches to knowing, curriculum development and design, and the assessment and evaluation of teaching and learning. Rylan completed his doctoral studies in Educational Psychology, and has research interests exploring the impact of psychological learning theories on teaching and learning practices in higher education. 
Sue Fostaty Young
Educational Developer

fostatys@queensu.ca

 Sue Fostaty Young, Ph.D. is an Educational Developer with special expertise in classroom assessment methods and the use of assessment to improve both teaching effectiveness and student learning. She brings wide-ranging experience in undergraduate, graduate and professional programs as well as in course design, curriculum development and course and program evaluation. She is currently working on the second edition of a book that lays out the theory and application of the ICE model in the post-secondary context.

Klodiana Kolomitro
Educational Developer

kk78@queensu.ca

Klodiana Kolomitro, Ph.D. is an Educational Developer with CTL. She has a diverse academic background, with a doctoral degree in Curriculum, Teaching and Learning from OISE and a master's degree in Anatomy and Cell Biology from Queen's University. Klodiana is dedicated and passionate about her role in supporting innovation and excellence in teaching and learning. Her primary interests are curriculum development and design, learning theories, and measuring training effects.

Andy Leger
Associate Professor and Educational Developer

al7@queensu.ca
Andy Leger, Ph.D. is an Educational Developer and also teaches in the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences. Andy has a particular interest in the appropriate use of learning technology and problem based learning. He was the 1997 recipient of the Blue Star Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Laura Kinderman
Educational Developer

l.kinderman@queensu.ca
Laura Kinderman is an Educational Developer with experience in coordinating, developing, and collaboratively implementing programs, courses, and other teaching initiatives to support and enhance learning across the university. Her interests include curriculum design, coaching and facilitation, and organizational development in higher education. Laura is currently completing her doctoral dissertation in the Department of English, on musical language in Romantic poetry.
Researchers

Chi Lam

Research and Evaluation Consultant

 

chi.lam@queensu.ca

Chi Yan Lam (MEd) is a practicing program evaluator and educational researcher. He is one of four co-primary investigators on a national evaluation of educational programming around research ethics and responsible conduct of research. He is pursuing doctoral studies in education with a specialization in educational assessment and program evaluation with the Faculty of Education at Queen's University.
Natalie Simper
HEQCO Learning Outcomes Project Coordinator

natalie.simper@queensu.ca
Natalie Simper coordinates a Queen's research project investigating the development and measurement of generic learning outcomes. Natalie comes from an Australian Senior-Secondary/ Post-Secondary teaching background, with experience at the State-wide level in curriculum development, large-scale assessment, and evaluation and assessment of outcomes based education. Natalie is currently building on her professional experience with completion of a Master's of Education, focusing on her interest of cognitive processes involved in creativity.
Educational Development Associates
Lauren Anstey
Educational Development Associate

lauren.anstey@queensu.ca
As an Educational Development Associate, Lauren Anstey assists with the activities and initiatives of the Centre and looks forward to consulting with members of the Queen’s community. Lauren has a Masters degree in Anatomical Sciences (Queen's '09) and is currently working on her Doctorate with the Faculty of Education. Lauren's research interests are in the area of anatomy education, authentic learning and engaged learning through inquiry.

Victoria Chen
Educational Development Associate

 

7vc1@queensu.ca

Victoria Chen is an Education Development Associate with the CTL. Victoria completed her BA Honors in Psychology at Queen's University, and her M.A. in Educational Counselling Psychology at McGill University. She is currently working on her Doctorate in the Faculty of Education at Queen's with research interests in evaluating teaching and learning practices, designing learning environments which foster critical thinking skills, and methods of effectively integrating technology into higher education classrooms.

Leslie Paterson
STLHE 2014 Conference Assistant

 

01lap11@queensu.ca

Leslie works closely with the Conference Administrator to organize the upcoming STLHE 2014 conference and to ensure its' success. Leslie is an experienced teacher and learning strategist, with interests in exceptional learners and in experiential education. Currently completing her M.Ed with a focus in adult special education and assistive technology, she hopes to continue researching teaching and learning for adult learners with exceptionalities.
Sandy Youmans
Educational Development Associate

 

sandy.youmans@queensu.ca
Sandy Youmans is an Education Development Associate at the CTL. She is passionate about teaching and learning in multiple contexts and her experience reflects this. Sandy has experience teaching and developing curriculum for the early years, at the post-secondary level, and in an online environment. She completed her Master's in Education at Queen's University and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Education at Queen's University. Sandy's main interests are promoting student engagement through active learning and developing self-regulation in students.
Volunteers
Ashley Wightman
Educational Development Associate

 

ashley.wightman@queensu.ca

Ashley Wightman has worked in administration at Queen's since 2007. She obtained her M.Ed. from Cambridge College in Massachusetts, and has been involved in education for many years in various roles including tutoring, developing learning resources, writing, and managing outreach programs. Her interests in education are in the areas of student-driven learning and alternative or progressive education. Ashley will be working on the STLHE conference, to be held at Queen's in June 2014.
Vicki Woodside-Duggins
Educational Development Associate

12vwd@queensu.ca
Vicki Woodside-Duggins is an Educational Development Associate with the CTL. She is a Training Development Officer within the Candian Forces with expertise in curriculum development, teaching development and performance-based assessment. She has worked as a training advisor within the Canadian Forces Schools and at a Base Headquarters. She is currently being sponsored by the Canadian Forces to complete her Master's in Education. While at Queen's she will be assisting with the activities and initiatives at the Centre.
Past Directors
Christopher Knapper
Director Emeritus

knapper@queensu.ca
Christopher Knapper, Ph.D. is Professor Emeritus in Psychology and Director Emeritus in the CTL. Chris was the founding Director of the CTL (then the Instructional Development Centre) when he came to Queen's. Before his retirement, Chris was a recipient of the prestigious 3M Teaching Fellowship in 2001. His dedication to quality teaching and learning at Queen's and abroad inspired the Alma Mater Society at Queen's to establish The Christopher Knapper Award for Excellence in Teaching Assistance. The Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) has also honoured Chris's work by way of the Christopher Knapper Lifetime Achievement Award of which he was the first recipient.
Joy Mighty
Past Director


Joy Mighty, Ph.D. is the past Director of the CTL and former Professor in the School of Business, specializing in organizational behaviour. An award winning teacher, Joy has a wealth of experience and expertise as an administrator, teacher, educational developer, researcher and consultant. Joy is also Past-President of the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE). Joy is now the Associate Vice President Teaching and Learning at Carleton University.

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