- Possible Topic: Gradually building the Learning Experience - see document in U Drive
- Jeff Keshen, Department of History
- Nicholas Ng-A-Fook (bilingue), Faculty of Education
- Paula Speevak, Volunteer Canada
- Eileen O’Connor, School of Human Kinetics
- George Sioui, Multidisciplinary Programs (Coordinator of the Aboriginal Studies Program) - (Note: not teaching this Winter 2012)
- Zena Abou-Rizk, Department of English, Professor.
- She is a professor relatively new to CSL but very enthusiastic and organized in her approach. She invited community partners involved in CSL placements for her course to come and speak to students during the semester.
- Don Dawson, School of Human Kinetics.
- He came out of retirement, to teach a discontinued course that was originally taught a few years ago.
- Don has several years of experience using our CSL services, and would likely fit best with the English sessions.
- Gillian Graham Bevan, Faculty of Social Sciences, School of Psychology (Course: Community Psychology PSY 4134)
- She is new to the program this semester but extremely enthusiastic and made sure to incorporate a reflection piece.
- Stéphanie Gaudet, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Sociology and Anthropology (Course: Sociology SOC3501)
- She's been doing CSL for years
- Quietly assertive, she definitely believes in the CSL program, and has a good reflective component in her course.
- She provided us with her syllabus in advance.
- Cameron Montgomery, Faculty of Education
- He has had a few years of earlier experience with CSL (2008 , 2009 ) and is quite keen and was very interested to read our Professor’s manual, especially the new section about how to integrate CSL into the course .
- Michel Bock (FRANCAIS)
- 5 cours depuis 2007
- Le fait francais en Ontario, Les francophonies canadiennes, Histoire des Frando-Ontariens, La francophonie canadienne depuis 1960
- Amber Lloydlangston
- New to CSL in Fall 2011
- Part-time and is not teaching in Winter 2012, but very enthusiastic about CSL and very good integration of it in her course this semester
- Stephen Brown
- Not teaching anything with CSL this year (changes in the courses he teaches), but has had 7 course with CSL since 2007
- Met with him this summer – even though he knew he wasn’t integrating CSL for this year, he was happy to share his experience, ideas, etc.
- Taught with CSL: Politics of Foreign Aid and Séminaire en développement international et mondialisation: enjeux contemporains
- Marymay Downing
- She is expected to start teaching again in the next few weeks, but it’s probably best not to contact her right away (I’d say wait until December or winter semester)
- New to CSL in Winter 2012 and not teaching a course with CSL this year (wasn’t a fit), but she was very enthusiastic about it and many students participated
- Taught with CSL: Feminist Activism