COURSE DESIGN & EXPERIENCES

I design each course with these core values in mind:

  • Co-creation & teamwork, not individualistic competition.
  • Iterative feedback instead of “right/wrong” assessment.
  • Reflection; establishing a pattern of continuous reflection leads to continuous learning, innovation, and resilience in the midst of change.
  • Integrity; we do what we say we do AND what we say and do aligns with what we believe.
  • Empathy is the root of creativity and progress.
  • Unique learning styles & multiple intelligencesimg_4453

Courses I’ve taught

Canadian College level
University co-curricular level

BMGT 9604 – Business Principles
Introduces a wide range of business principles and topics, including the economic, political and legal environment of business, principles of marketing, organizational structure, basic economics and finance, the marketing mix, labour relations, and customer relations.

CIVL 1630 – Entrepreneurship
Develops the knowledge, skills and strategies required to research and explore the viability of a business idea, write a Business Plan and successfully operate a business. Learners identify and begin the development of the entrepreneurial skill and perspectives required for career success in the new economy.

ENTR 1100 – Entrepreneurship & ENTR 1123 – The Entrepreneur
Fundamentals in starting a new venture as well as employment with an enterprising organization. The preparation of a Business Plan is used as a learning tool to give you a broad understanding of the purpose, content, risks and rewards of a business start up.

MKTG 1301 – Principles of Marketing
Overviews fundamental marketing terms, concepts and strategies. Students create a target market product profile and present a marketing plan in class.

Foundations in Leadership Practicum Series
Bronze – Interpersonal communication skills (verbal/non-verbal, active listening, effective self-expression, giving and receiving feedback) are developed in this co-curricular course.

Foundations in Leadership Practicum Series
Silver – Problem-solving and mediation skills are developed in this co-curricular course, as well as awareness of individual conflict management styles.

Foundations in Leadership – Practicum Series
Gold – This course overviews and develops effective teamwork skills (group dynamics and needs, member roles, meeting facilitation, communicating, and negotiating).

Foundations in Leadership – Practicum Series
Platinum – This course is a culmination of previous levels and more. Students learn about different leadership styles, stress management, service to community and higher purpose, mentoring others, as well as refine awareness of their personal leadership.
*I co-developed the curriculum and teaching materials for this course.

Sample Teaching & Learning Plan

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