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Dr. Ann Gagné - Curriculum and Instructional Consultant
Ann has worked in post-secondary education in Ontario since 2004. As a team member in the Centre for Academic and Faculty Enrichment, Ann’s responsibilities include providing support to faculty and administrators in the development and revision of curriculum such as, evaluating course learning outcomes and program learning outcomes. She also provides support in instructional design for e-learning, ensuring accessible, inclusive, and engaging curriculum for learners using strategies and methodologies that promote effective content delivery. Her practice is guided by constructivist learning principles, the Quality Matters framework, and Bloom’s Taxonomy.
Ann has a Doctorate in Victorian Literature (English) from the University of Western Ontario, a Masters of Arts in English from York University, and an Honours Bachelors of Science in Physical Inorganic Chemistry from the University of Toronto. She researches the intersection of sensory studies and pedagogy, specifically how classroom architecture informs an ethical inclusive pedagogical model.
- eLearning Developer
A DC alumnus from the Web Development program and a passionate believer in lifelong learning, Tully brings his educational experience as a student, teacher, support staff and administration to the eLearning team in the CAFE. Through various positions at secondary and post-secondary institutions he has implemented innovative educational technology solutions across a variety of disciplines including trades, technology, social sciences, healthcare and more.
- Curriculum & Instructional Consultant (CIC)
Michelle has worked in post-secondary education in Canada and the USA since 2006. She has held curriculum development and instructional consultant positions in the Centre for Teaching Support and Innovation (CTSI) at the University of Toronto and in the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT) at the University of Michigan. She worked as a Curriculum Development Consultant and Subject Matter Expert with the Addictions and Mental Health graduate certificate program at Humber College. In these positions, Michelle collaborated with faculty and graduate student instructors to develop courses and classroom strategies to support student success. She has published pedagogical research on the role of office hours in student engagement and presented at a number of conferences on strategies to develop and sustain supportive learning environments and engagement with mental health and addiction education in the classroom. Michelle is a member of the Society of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) and is TESOL certified.
Michelle has held Course Instructor positions at the University of California Berkeley, University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT), Trent University, Lakehead University, Humber College, and University of Guelph-Humber in the fields of geography, equity studies, justice studies, health sciences, public health, and addictions and mental health. She continues to teach at the University of Toronto, St George and Scarborough campuses. As a Curriculum and Instructional Consultant in the Centre for Academic and Faculty Enrichment (CAFE), Michelle provides support to faculty and staff in the development and revision of curriculum.
Michelle holds an Honours BA with Distinction in Peace & Conflict Studies from the University of Toronto and a Masters of Arts with Distinction in Migration Studies from the University of Sussex and has completed the Immigration Practitioners Certificate, with High Honours, from Seneca College. Michelle is currently ABD in the Collaborative Program in Ethnic, Immigration, and Pluralism Studies at the Munk School of Global Affairs through the Department of Geography and Planning at the University of Toronto. Prior to starting her PhD research, Michelle held a number of research, advocacy, and community development positions within the addiction and mental health sector in Toronto.