Centre for Teaching and Learning

Centre for Teaching and Learning
Centre for Teaching and Learning

Klodiana Kolomitro PortraitKlodiana Kolomitro, Ph.D.

Educational Developer

Contact:

Email: kk78@queensu.ca
Phone: 613-533-6000 x75809 

Twitter: @klodiana23

Portfolio:

As an Educational Developer with a focus on Learning Outcomes, Course/Curriculum Development and Review, Klodiana works closely with faculties, departments, and educators to build capacity in teaching and learning. Klodiana offers expertise, support, and resources in learning outcomes development and assessment, course and curriculum improvement, provides assistance with the cyclical program review process, and leadership in the scholarship of teaching and learning. Klodiana is a member of the Senate Cyclical Program Review Committee and the Faculty of Arts and Science Curriculum Committee.

Klodiana also maintains disciplinary teaching and research interests in health sciences (she is cross-appointed with the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences). This year she is teaching ANAT 100 and SGS 901. She has been a visiting scholar in Shandong University, Shanghai University of Finance & Economics, and Northwest University for Nationalities. When she is off-campus, you will find her swimming, skating, cake decorating, or playing with her kids.

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Education:

  • Ph.D. in Education (Curriculum, Teaching and Learning)
    OISE/University of Toronto
  • M.Sc. in Anatomy and Cell Biology
    Queen’s University
  • B.Sc. H in Life Sciences
    Queen’s University

Publications:

Kolomitro, K., & Anstey, L. (2017). A survey on evaluation practices in teaching and learning centres. International Journal of Academic Development, 22 (3), p. 186-198

Openo, J., Laverty, C., Kolomitro, K., Borin, P., Goff, L., Stranach, M., and Gomaa, N. (2017). Bridging the divide: Leveraging the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning for quality enhancement. Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 8(2), Article 6

Kolomitro, K. (2016). Educational developers' use of learning theories: conceptions and practices. The Journal of Faculty Development, 30(3), 15-20

Kolomitro, K., Stockley, D., Egan, R., & MacDonald, L. M. (2015). Crossing boundaries: The design of an interdisciplinary training program to improve care for the frail elderly. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education, 36(3), 302-17

Muscedere, J., Kolomitro, K., Stockley, D., Barrie, C. (2015). Abstracts: Technology Evaluation in the Elderly Network. Canadian Geriatrics Journal, 18(2), 108-133

Martin, B., Kolomitro, K., & Lam, T. C.M. (2013). Training methods: A review and analysis. Human Resource Development Review, 13(1), 11-35

Hamilton, T.K., Hu, N., Kolomitro, K., Bell, E.N., Maurice, D.H., Graham, C.H., & Siemens, D. R. (2012). Potential therapeutic applications of phosphodiesterase inhibition in prostate cancer. World Journal of Urology 31(2), 325-30

Lam, T.C.M., Kolomitro, K., & Alamparambil, F. (2011). Empathy Training: Methods, Evaluation Practices, and Validity. Journal of MultiDisciplinary Evaluation, 7(16), 162-200 

Research Interests:

  • Assessment practices of Canadian Teaching and Learning Centres (research supported by the EDC grant)
  • Engaging in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
  • Evaluating of impact of curriculum development initiatives (Bay View Alliance partners: UBC, University of Saskatchewan, University of Kansas)

Grants:

  • Educational Developers Caucus Grant
  • BVA fund
  • Scholarly Research and Creative Work and Professional Development fund