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Queen's University

Centre for Teaching and Learning

Contact Us

F200 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:

Name and Contact Information About

Peter Wolf

Associate Vice-Provost (Teaching and Learning) and Director

Peter Wolf comes to us from the University of Guelph as the newly appointed Associate Vice-Provost (Teaching and Learning) at Queen's. This inaugural position stems from recommendations in the Teaching and Learning Action Plan, a major focus of which is the alignment of teaching and learning services in support of the student learning experience. In his new position, Peter works closely with Jill Scott, Vice-Provost (Teaching and Learning) in a variety of areas related to the student learning experience, and directs the Centre for Teaching and Learning in enhancing educational development based on evidence-based teaching and learning practices.
Kaitlin McDonald
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 is the Centre's Office Administrator. She has been employed at Queen's University since 2003.
  Sandra Murray
Program Coordinator
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
Sue Fostaty Young
Educational Developer

 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

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 Ontario Institute for Studies in Education/University of Toronto 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
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.

Denise Stockley

Professor and Associate Director


On Academic Leave

Denise Stockley is a Professor of Education and a Researcher in Residence in the Office of Health Science Education. 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, program evaluation, and educational technology. She is also the Principal Investigator of several research grants in these areas, including those from the Tri-Council (SSHRC, NSERC, and CIHR).
Natalie Simper
HEQCO Learning Outcomes Project Coordinator
Natalie Simper coordinates a Queen's research project investigating the development and measurement of meta-cognition and cognitive skills with 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 has a Master’s of Education, with a personal research interest in cognitive processes and creativity.
Educational Development Associates

Victoria Chen
Educational Development Associate

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.

Past Directors
Christopher Knapper
Director Emeritus
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.

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000