At the core of my teaching philosophy is a belief in student-centered and experiential learning. I seek to connect concepts taught in the classroom to real-word experiences and action. I achieve this through arranging class field trips, facilitating student research projects, and bringing in guest lecturers from the community. Equally as important is to then provide opportunities for students to learn by reflecting on these experiences through written communication and discussion with their peers.
Current courses taught
School of Environmental Studies, Queen's University:
- ENSC 103 Environment and Sustainability
- ENSC 315 Global Food Security
- ENSC 480 Special Topics in Environmental Science - Food Justice. Read more here!